Retro Tuckshop is proud and excited to bring to you what it believes to be the best selection of retro sweets and treats available from one secure website. Retro Tuckshop work tirelessly to source the “Real McCoy” – the originals, often still handmade by Britain’s top confectionery & sweet manufacturers. In most cases, these sweets still look, smell, but most importantly, taste the same.
It is with this passion for cakes that they will design and create a cake exclusively to your specification to make your celebration an occasion to remember.
Bunny Loves Evie specialise in designing and creating unique tiaras and accessories and have a gorgeous range of handcrafted shabby chic items for the home for you to chose from. Or you could let them design a piece totally bespoke for you. All their pieces can be made in silver or gold tone. All tiaras and jewellery items come beautifully packaged in a keepsake box. Everything they sell is handmade to order just for you so you can chose to have anything custom made to suit your scheme.
Soaps, bath bombs, bath pills, bath teas and botanicals which are then packaged in either boxes, buckets or organza bags. These look delightful when finished with ribbons and embellishments such as butterflies, flowers or love hearts. I have a vast range of fragrances that are suitable for men, women and children.
I came across this website today and being a lover of anything retro or vintage I had to add something to my blog about it. Emma just loves recycling and making stuff…
emmalovesretro, sums it up. From old photographs and music, to clothes, cars, fabric and furniture, glass, ceramics, books and magazines… if it’s from the Fifties, Sixties or Seventies, Emma is simply mad about it.
Kitty’s expertise in vintage fabrics comes from several years spent dealing vintage clothes and accessories on Portobello Road, and other London venues. Here she was constantly struck how, in the past, beautiful things were cared for and re-worked. Her designs are inspired by the shapes, styles and craftsmanship of past eras, as well as the vintage ‘make-do-and-mend’ sensibility which is the antithesis of modern throw-away fashion.