FYI Rocotillos hands down do the best milkshakes in Bristol. Pregnant me was addicted and it seems un-pregnant me feels the same way.
Me and my buddy, hanging out with this little chap is the best. Life sure would be dull without him.
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I see this church often on our way to the zoo gardens and I just love everything about it! The architecture is just so fantastic, doesn't it look like a church from the future? That and the typography, well everything about it really. I'd love to see the inside some day.
Wilf top is c/o Little Peco he was getting lots of compliments from the market seller's that day. I mean I bias of course but I do think he is pretty cool..who am I kidding, he's the coolest of the lot of us
On sunday we headed up to Clifton for a stroll, we wanted to check out a stall at the Alma Vale Rd Fayre for wedding-y related things. As our days start pretty early we ended up stopping for (second) breakfast on the way at Rocotillos, pancakes for Wilf and I to share, veggie breakfast for Tom, much needed cawfee for mama and we all three shared a bucket of the BEST milkshake in town.
We took a quick look at the stalls, resisted the oh so pretty - do not need - but really really want vintage rails and then headed home for lunch. Increasingly I realise my day and blog is very much dictated around food. My mum has written a diary for most of her life and she spent most of her twenties documenting the food she ate. I guess it just runs in the genes, I live for a good brunch.
In the afternoon we took a trip to visit our wedding venue, Tom had never seen it so it was exciting to plan out where we would have people sit, the decorations, kids play area and all the rest. I flit between feeling super chilled and excited to a little overwhelmed to be planning it in just a couple of months. For the most part (with Tom's help) I'm organising the whole shebang on my own. My parents are not 'wedding people' so won't be attending (I guess that's weird for most people to hear, I'm planning on explaining it soon). At times I feel like maybe my experience must differ from the average bride but I love that it's going to be done our way and feels very personal. Plus it was never going to be that kinda wedding. I'm so touched by how many of our friends are helping out with making bits and bobs or offering their skills, Tom's sister and brother in law will be our wedding band and I'm SO excited about our first dance, it's a pretty amazing song!
For those of you who are married how did your wedding planning go?