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Parisian Bon Voyage Soiree

A sign I made for my Bon Voyage Soiree

A sign I made for my Bon Voyage Soiree

Last weekend I had my closest and bestest friends up to celebrate (or weep perhaps!) my departure to Paris. Obviously, the theme I decided to go with was Parisian Chic, but I blended it with the right amount of British patriotism. Afternoon tea was served with a variety of sweet and savoury treats, including my homemade macaroons! The batches for the party came out pretty well, and I experimented with pinks and blues. Do I dare attempt to make them in Paris for my French family? That would be like someone making a British person a cup of tea – high expectations of them! After a day of catching up and walking down memory lane we headed into Liverpool to dance (or at least attempt on my part) the night away.

I had ana amazing time, and it was wonderful to catch up with all my friends from home. Having moved away from where I grew up three years ago, I really do miss my friends. This year has had its ups and downs for me, for many reasons, but last weekend was a great way to celebrate both the year and the future! A delightful bon voyage – I could definitely have more of those!

My Macaroons for my Bon Voyage Soiree!

My Macaroons for my Bon Voyage Soiree!

 

Tea is served!

Tea is served!

 

My Granny and Grandpa - Granny making the most of the moustaches that I made for the party!

My Granny and Grandpa – Granny making the most of the moustaches that I made for the party!

 

Me and two of my best friends on the way into Town after my afternoon tea!

Me and two of my best friends on the way into Town after my afternoon tea!

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