May 2013 | Ideal Bride Magazine
Our magnificent capital is still buzzing from last years Royal wedding and the excitement for the capital is continually growing with the upcoming Jubilee celebrations and the 2012 Olympics. With a growth in London inspired products in recent years it is no wonder that the worlds of fashion, interior design and weddings are going crazy for London styling.
There are an abundance of London inspired wedding products available, but few are as unique as these amazing bus blinds by Vintage Honeypot. These nostalgic bus blinds will add a truly unique style to any London themed wedding and will make fabulous additions to your home after the event.
Whether you choose locations in London that have special meaning to you or a bespoke design, your guests will still be talking about them months later. The bus blinds are available in different sizes and with different coloured text and backgrounds and can be framed in either, black or white mouldings and mounts, prices start from £135.00.
Vintage Honeypot is the home of nostalgic collections, the brainchild of Caroline Dennis and sentimentally named after the beautiful home and magical garden her Grandfather built in Honeypot Lane. Caroline's lifelong love of interiors, furniture and treasures stems from her childhood experiences of jumble sales, antique shops and long hot summers camping in the treehouse at Honeypot Lane.
Aside from having a large collection of original vintage Bus blinds, Vintage Honeypot have carved themselves a unique niche in the market with their fabulous bus blinds, Caroline tells us more "The Bespoke bus blinds that we supply are printed in the traditional Routemaster font by gentlemen that print destination blinds for buses. They are as real to the originals as you can get. They are fantastic copies and gorgeous enough to adorn any wall, making them the perfect present for yourself or a loved one.
The blinds are printed to extremely high standard on tyvek (the paper which replaced linen in bus blind production in the early 1980's), by professional bus blind printers. They then undergo a process called drymounting which ensures no lifting of the blind inside the frame, which is a common problem over time. I use professional framers for this, quality framing is very important to me."
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