The doors were opened to the public and the waiting began. Thankfully there wasn't too long to wait before people starting coming in and looking at all the stalls. Then Maggie and I could breathe a sigh of relief.
We had 14 stalls all in and here is a selection of some of them.
A small portion of my stall with some of the vintage goodies that have found new homes
Maggie's stall which was also severely depleted by the end of the day:
Here's the lovely http://thewasherwoman.blogspot.com/ Liz who travelled to us with all her vintage goodies.
Helen had a wonderful selection of kitchenalia
Yet more gorgeous kitchenalia from Nest Living
As well as these and the other stalls, the other draw was the tearooms. The tables all beautifullt laid with vintage tablecloths from my personal collection, flowers on the table and all served on vintage bone china. A perfect way to end a shopping spree!
We had a fabulous day and would like to thank everyone involved (the stallholders as well as the customers who came through the doors).
Which means we are planning another Love Vintage Fair. Love Vintage 2 which will be held early next year.
If would like to have a table or find out more about Love Vintage - please get in touch. And if you have any photos that you took on the day, I would love to hear from you too!