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Our Sunday Round Up…. Loved up couples & Chocolate treats!

From London to Manchester…

Morning Folks…

How are you all? This week we’ve had a lovely time showing you some fab couples in different cities… one in a post wedding shoot in a Manchester bowling alley, the other around London Bridge. Both fun, both cool in very different ways!

Todays post is short and sweet I’m afraid as Im literally sitting surrounded by boxes! We are waiting the delivery of a new fridge/freezer (squeals with housewife glee!) and I’m up to my neck in goodies for our Xmas LOVEBOX give away! It launches this week and you lovely people are in for a treat!

We have some gorgeous bits sent over from our suppliers to send to you as a little present, moving into 2015!! We are talking things to eat, to drink, to wear, to hang, to design….. Sounds curious?! Keep watching the blog carefully this week to find out more!

In the meantime…

This Week…

We shared a cool London Engagement Photo Shoot with gorgeous couple Kirstie + Ben. A fun mixture of the urban London skyline alongside the hidden church remains of St Dunstans, East London. Thanks We Heart Pictures for sharing ! You can catch it here if you missed it

We also shared with you another DIY recipe by the ever amazing Natasha from Nevie-Pie Cakes. We will be …

Hot Chocolate Spoons by Nevie-Pie Cakes…

Quick, Easy, Tasty Christmas Gift..

We have another corking DIY recipe from Natasha from Nevie-Pie Cakes, building up to the Christmas Season!

This week its Hot Chocolate Spoons. I can tell you (,as being a lucky sod who was given some by Natasha herself last year…) that these are winners! Delicious, smooth, chocolatey heaven!!!

Here the very lovely Natasha tells us her secret recipe…


I can’t really call this a recipe, it is really just heating and stirring, but it is a quick and easy make for any last minute Christmas gifts you need to give.

Heat 150g of good quality dark chocolate until melted

Add 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract

Stir in 75ml of boiling water, keep stirring until smooth

Spoon 3 small teaspoons onto an ice lolly mold (you should make about 8 from this amount)

Add a wooden spoon

Add some sprinkles and chill in the fridge until hard

Run the outside of the mold under hot water and gently release the chocolate, you may need to put the chocolate in the fridge for a few minutes to harden up again.

Package prettily and give as a gift to a very grateful recipient

Or add it to a mug of hot milk and drink yourself!


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