Sometimes we get just a few snaps back from our clients to show our props and accessories in use and to say thank you to us for helping people complete their decorations. We love it when that happens!
When Rachel and Andy asked us to post 80 metres of cream and green bunting for their wedding in Lancashire we couldn’t wait to see the pictures back and they looked so happy at the historic Inn at Whitewell Congratulations! Pictures from Norden Studio
” I just want to say how lovely the bunting looked. We had so many positive comments throughout the day and it just really made it look perfect!”
There was a time when I used to love going to the post office – sending things out in the mail and waiting for letters to arrive. Things do seem to have changed for the worse though and along with a second class service at a first class price our postman reaches us mid afternoon at best these days…
For fear of turning into a Grumpy Old Woman I have to say that I still enjoy getting hand written letters and there is some fun to be had in carefully wrapping our bunting up and wedding favours to post out to clients
Recently we began using UK Mail for our parcels – I’d received things from them before – on time and not crushed – and so far everything is going well and the price is much better for larger parcels (so we’ve not had to increase these too much with the Royal Mail postage hike)
This week I’ve posted out 100 gorgeous tea favours for a wedding that’s taking place in Portugal early next month. The colour scheme is soft turquoise so we tailored our little tea favours to suit… Can’t wait to see the pictures! We also sent more pink/red coloured favours to bride to be in Wales and have lots of lilac ones ready to go out in the next few days and a big bunting delivery so making sure things get there on time is essential!
Radio 4 were also talking this week about a chap who’s been photographing hundreds of post boxes all over the country – what a curious pass-time (though slightly train spotterish). I may even have to go and visit the British Postal Museum myself – at the current pace of postal service decline it would be nice to remember the good times!