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A Wonderful Year: pretty china, vintage-inspired weddings and lots of styling..


A Wonderful Year...




          (Cath and Russ, Midland Hotel wedding, September 2012: Photos by Tobiah Tayo)

2012 has been an amazing year for Itsy Bitsy Vintage. Launched as a small part time business by two friends wishing to add something creative to their already busy lives and existing work commitments, we never imagined that we would have such interest in our services. Offering vintage china, bunting, props hire and vintage styling services for wedding couples and party enthusiasts, we've had a wonderful year meeting some incredible people and helping to create so many unique parties and celebrations. Be it a baby naming ceremony, a birthday or anniversary celebration or our many brides and grooms, we've played our part in each of these days and helped to create memories which will be treasured a life time. Thank you to each of you for trusting us with your special days.

So here's a toast to all our special clients in 2012 for making Itsy's first year such a happy one, and to Johnny Bean, photographer extraordinaire, website wizz, cook, comforter and all round good guy, without whose help and hard work Itsy Bitsy wouldn't have launched or succeeded this year.

                             (Jen and Dom, wedding at Arnside Village Hall, June 2012)

We look forward to working for many more of you in 2013, and helping to create an individual look for your special day and celebration. No two parties are ever the same but you can trust that we'll provide the same care and attention that we've given to all our happy folk this year.

With the confidence of some great testimonials under our belt, we're looking forward to embracing new challenges and jobs in 2013. We've especially enjoyed working with the Midland Hotel and look forward to many more styling jobs there including already a prohibition themed wedding in Spring. We also look forward to working again at the Castle Inn in Hornby,  a simply exquisite small hotel for weddings and parties, at Carnforth Station Heritage Centre, home to the film 'Brief Encounter', and within the many individual village halls which grace our county.



 



       (Emmaline, 40th birthday party, Carnforth Station Heritage Centre, March 2012)

 
       
     (Tammy and George, wedding at the Trimpell Club, Morecambe, April 2012)









          (Claire and Andy, wedding at Grimsargh Village Hall, Preston, August 2012)

Hope you've enjoyed these pictures of some of our special people.  Don't forget to follow us on facebook to keep up to date with our current activities!

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