To celebrate and get on board the jubilee train I'll be attending a very special event in Manchester on the 3rd of June- my first northern market! I'll have a stall selling my wonderful royal themed printed t shirts, bags, along with cushions, purses and prints.If you can make the event below, please come and say hi to this southern softy!
'...With a quintessentially British, 'fun for all the family' theme, the event will take place at Stockport Victorian Markets, a venue stepped in history and charm on 3 June...
...Highlights will be a pop up Victorian Gin Parlour, tea leaf readings, performances from local bands and poets and face painting and cake decorating for the children. Even the family dog will have a chance to get involved with the "Perfect Pooch" dog show looking to award the region's cutest dogs on the day.
An array of traditional British food will be on the menu for the day with the Northern Quarter's Sugar Junction will be serving their famous afternoon teas along with other baked goods and savoury treats. Fish and Chips, hogs roasts, handmade pies and fresh lemonade will also be available to sample.
Event organisers Rachael Adams and Katie Mitchell commented "We are truly excited about the event which we are hoping will attract around 1,000 people from across the region. The Queen's Jubilee is the perfect excuse to organise a fun, frivolous and inclusive event for all to enjoy and Stockport Victorian Markets is the perfect location because it not only reflects the historical nature of the event but it is also very accessible for people coming from all over Greater Manchester."
Tickets and Pricing:
Family Saver Ticket (2 Adults, 2 Children) £20
Adult Ticket £7
Child Ticket £5
Here are a few of my favorite Jubilee Merchandise things...is it wrong to want it all, and never use any of it?
|god knows, but its cooowell|
|fab biccys from the biscuiteers|
|my mate ma'amite|
|m&S shortbread biscuit tins|
|Emma Bridgewater Crown|
|Emma 'bloody' Bridgewater mug|
My Mum and I have re-named Emma Bridgewater and Cath Kidson Emma 'Bloody' Bridgewater and Cath 'Bloody' Kidson because of their monopoly on the market. Every dept store has brought up a load of stock so they are EVERYWHERE!
but I suppose I dont mind.
I'm still lapping it up!
'Ere are some of my own Hand printed Royal stock for you to purchase. And I have a sale of all my stock. I'm selling it all off to make room for my new collection...that i'm working on as week speak. Those who attend The Great Vintage Tea Party will see the sneaky peak on my stall!
All Tshirts are now £10and under
visit http//:emilythepemily.co.uk or www.etsy.com/shop/emilythepemily for all the bargains
follow me on twitter.com/#!/emilythepemily for daily deals
peace out ma'am