Christmas Eve morning at home . I’m enjoying breakfast TV and doing all the last minute preparations for Christmas Day. Last few presents to wrap , Clean the kitchen , find the Christmas Stockings .
We have had an exciting and busy December at C&V . Lots of markets and shopping events. Thank you to all our customers who came to visit us even in the pouring rain. I hope you all have a fabulous Christmas .
Our Christmas eve tradition is cheese & wine ,hot chocolate with marshmallows and cream and Polar Express film on the TV . What’s your Christmas Eve traditions ?
Saturday 12th & Sunday 13th of December was Inglenook farms Christmas Market.
It is an established market and even with the rain and bad weather over the weekend visitors queued to get in and arrived at market to purchase Christmas gifts .
There was so much to choose from beautiful children’s wear by Rare Bear Boutique ,Cute and Festive art work by Molly Molls .Bath and deluxe skincare products by The Naked Skincare Company.
We had a stand at the market and chatted to customers as they browsed the rails . A Popular purchase was our Talullah skirt and Silk devore scarves.
The market has a great range of artisan food stalls from” Orns Thai Infusions” ,.”Coffebean and tealeaf ” , “postcode honey” and Jessica Bakeswell.
Santa was keeping all the children entertained including Liz from Scarf Nation . The music and dancing from The Cotton Town Club.filled the courtyard of the farm creating a real festive atmosphere.
See you at Next years Market !
Last weekend December 5th & 6th was Open Cultures Winter Arts Market . Held at St. Georges Hall in Liverpool City Centre.
St Georges hall is a grand venue and the 200+ artists and makers filled the venue from the main hall to the concert room ,which is where C&V Boutique had our stand.
The Concert room was filled with lots of Vintage delights from established vintage brands including Mary Jones Vintage & Glamour and PillBox Vintage . There where vintage inspired stalls and my particular favourite ,vintage china up-cycled into pin cushions ,bird feeders and traditional 3 tier cake stands.
The weekend was really busy and I’m looking forward to next years market already.
Thanks Christina,Charlotte ,Rachel and all the team at Open Culture