Archive for August 15, 2012

Free Vintage Style Ice Cream Wedding Experience worth £300

Here at Living the Cream HQ have decided that we’d like to do something special for one lucky couple next year.

We’d like to treat them to our wonderful ice cream experience absolutely FREE.

We understand that weddings can be very expensive and not all brides and grooms can afford the finer things in life…..such as ice cream.

So heres what we are offering:

Ice cream trike hire
Peep board hire
Gramophone Hire
Enough ice cream for 100 servings of delicious, locally sourced Lovingtons ice cream
A choice of 5 flavours plus 5 surprise flavours
Ice cream served in medium sized luxury waffle cones
Sprinkles, sauces, flakes, fudge sticks
A smartly dressed attendant
Bike decorated in bows of a colour of your choice
Approx 2 hours service
All within a 50 mile radius of Somerton, Somerset (Extra mileage can be arranged)
Extra servings, if required, charged @ £1 each

All that we ask is that you send us email about why we should pick you and we will select the happy couple with the most heart warming story. The more info the better, ideas about your wedding, location, even pics or video would be ideal.

Please ensure that you include the date of your wedding as we wouldn’t want it to clash with any existing bookings.

If you like the sound of our offer then you could always just book us anyway. Mention offer code: Win2013 and we’ll knock 10% off the price.

Closing date for entry is 31st January 2013. Winner will be announced 14th February 2013

Daisy, Daisy give me your answer do……

Daisy, Daisy, give me your answer, do,
I’m half crazy all for the love of you.
It won’t be a stylish marriage —
I can’t afford a carriage,
But you’d look sweet upon the seat
Of a bicycle built for two

I fell in love with Daisy about 3 months ago. Our eyes met over a crowded reclaimation yard near Wells, it was love at first site.

I kept telling myself it wouldn’t work out, it would be a one sided relationship, I’d have to do all the running, she was only after me for my money but I didn’t listen. After 3 months and couple of more visits to the reclamation yard I plucked up the courage and brought Daisy home with me.
Not sure what I saw in her really, she looked quite dull, a little flat….all she needed was a wash, some make up and a ribbon or two I said.
Well after a couple days of days, here’s the end result….isn’t she a beauty. I reckon I’m going to have to keep my eye on her though.

I think Daisy would look great at a vintage wedding. I would make a great photo opportunity, the Groom peddling the and the Bride sat on the front.

You could also put a basket on the front and fill it with flowers, sweets or cupcakes. How about a cooler filled with ice and bottles of ginger beer or lemonade? You could even serve cocktails or Pimms.

What would you use Daisy for?

If you’d like to hire Daisy then please get in touch, she’d love to come to your wedding or photo shoot.