Last week I showed you what I wore for the Christening last Sunday. I mentioned the cake but I didn't show you any photo's.
Sweet Buffet - my friend the Auntie of the birthday / christening girl owns a sweet shop The Choc Box in my village and she did the most amazing buffet. This is a picture the night before when we set everything up. The Pompoms are amazing and she make them herself.
The sign is so cute and look at all the yummy sweets. I love the Ribbon Tree which was made by another friend
All the kitKats had personalised wrappers. I didn't get a shot of the party bags but they had sweets, drinks and other goodies. I kinda wanted one myself.
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Last weekend I went to a Christening and the few days before I was in a bit of a pickle about what to wear.
The weather was looking iffy (what a change) and It's been a long time since I've been to a Christening.
There is a fine line between looking like you are very formal and being too casual.
On Friday of last week the lovely Curvissa sent me an Ethnic Print Dress to review, the dress is lovely but I thought it was too short to wear on its own or with tights. I've grown so used to wearing leggings with everything and I thought they were too casual.
My main concern would be that it would ride up when I was sat down but after a number of sitting down test it didn't ride up it stayed knee length when I was sat down, which was a lot!