The other traders in the tent included Rebecca Louise, who had created an official bracelet set for the festival, beautiful ethical fashion from Annie Greenabelle, cute jewellery from Laura Loves and Prudence Collins Design, great T shirts from Daisy Chain, as well as great vintage collections from Mad Elizabeth, Vintage Revolver and Roxy Valetta. It was not to be missed
The weekend was a little chilly and damp but that didn't stop the fun, it was a really friendly crowd who enjoyed taking a break in the vintage tent and chilling out on the leather chairs and deckchairs which added a really cosy feel. There was even a hair dressing booth so you didn't need to let roughing it in a field stop you looking your best - what a good idea!
Add to the mix great music from the likes of Get Cape Wear Cape Fly, Kelis, Jaguar Skills, Beardyman and Mystery Jets (and the fact that it was only a 40 minute drive from our house) and it was a pretty great weekend. Here are our pictures...
|The lovely Nina Smith, who bought an adorable cloud print cardi from us|
|Pat Butcher would be proud! Amazing earrings from Roxy Valetta|
|Laura Loves Boutique|
|Prudence Collins Design|