If you have ever been to one of these or something of the like, I know you will understand me when i say I just get this overwhelming feeling of excitement in my stomach and almost can't take all of it in. I never know where to start, there is just too much vintage!
What I think makes this fair really fun and also breaks the shopping time up a little (for a well needed rest!) is that it has live music which fits well with the overall theme of the day. At this event I also saw they were selling tea and coffee and coco cola in the glass bottles, which is a nice touch and adds to the quirky feel there is inside this place. The tea and coffee is served in beautiful old vintage cups and saucers as is the brownies and beautifully decorated cup cakes on cute floral plates!
I never tried it but I came across a couple of stalls called 'Vintage Hair Lounge' which also offered make up! So ladies for only a few quid you could had the hair and make up to match your new vintage frock!
My top tip when attending events like these is to arrive early and pace yourself! Also this may not apply but you may find it to be helpful if your next event is anything like the ones I have attended, be sure to wear a thin tank top or something similar which is good to slip things over if you are going to be trying on any of the bargain finds as there may not be changing rooms at all!
I really love finding out more about vintage fairs or flea markets in general, so please if you know of one or have ever been, please share that information with me!! :)