|Valentina-The bride to be-we roller set her hair for a Betty draper inspired hair do to match her frock|
Valentina didn't have a clue it was happening and simply thought she was meeting Fran in Liverpool for lunch.
|Fran-the mastermind behind Valentina's hen party|
Unbeknown to her we were booked and waiting along with all her friends.
Fran and Valentina's fiance had even conspired to buy a beautiful outfit including shoes so she would have something to wear for her photoshoot.
We kicked off the day with a lesson in fasinator making which all the girls loved.
We then transformed all the ladies into vintage lovelies.
|This fab acid green frock was an original 1960's one from her Mama|
|Loving how many of the girls are modelling the hair fasinators they made earlier in the day-Crafty Queens indeed!|
|I love it when ladies bring gloves-its so chic|
|Cute victory rolls work beautifully with hot pink lips|
|Refusing to be a slave to a theme this gorgeous lady decided to channel some Josephine Baker flapper style and how fab does she look|
Loving these sixty girl band style hairdo's with skinny plaits-part Shangri-La's, part little house on the prairie
It was a fantastic day and we were so happy to be part of Valentina's surprise hen party. Good luck with your fabulous wedding in Italy.If you would like a Vintage Pamperbox experience get in touch or visit our website
The Vintage Pamperbox is nominated for an award
The Vintage Pamperbox has been nominated for "Best Vintage Wedding event supplier" in the National vintage awards. I'm not sure if we will be shortlisted but I am so chuffed to be included. Me and Lilly have worked so hard at building up our little business it really is like my second child. If you think we deserve to win please cast your vote here it only takes a few minutes and would mean the world to me.
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