My wonderful daughter, A, my ‘bright morning star’, created the most perfect party for me a couple of weekends ago.
I picked flowers from my garden to help her decorate the hall.
I fear it is a sad reminder of climate change that I have so many flowers blooming, but they make for a cheery sight.
The calendula, having not flowered all summer are putting on a glorious show right now.
The jug is a favourite of mine, given to me by my Mum (becuase I like bright colours), and found on a market stall. Made in the former Yugoslavia.
Joining Cathy for In a Vase on Monday.
I put little jam jars of flowers in the loos and on the tables, but in the rush to get things ready, I forgot to take photos of them.
But there are some here on the magnificent banquet table that my talented daughter created – doesn’t it look sumptuous! Two varieties of homemade humous and my favourite cheese, Cornish Yarg, are included.
It is a family tradition that we have to have a pineapple present at any big celebration
We were not permitted to put anything on the walls and the ceiling was too hight to hang mandalas from, but I had to include them somewhere. A couple went in the entrance hall on frames I got from Hobbycraft.
I had intended to do something with the netting-waste ribbons, but time ran out.
I left them there for colour and a bit of surrealness
The surreal theme continued on the top of the wine cooler
and for the children, it wouldn’t be a Granny Party if we didn’t have sausages!
A huge thank you to my family and friends for making it such a special time: to my daughter for organising it (with all the many ups and downs along the way) and creating a such fabulous feast; for son 2 for a really funny and lovely speech; and son 1 for being the Mojive king of the night.
❤ I am still on Cloud 9 ❤
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