I'm so excited to share with you a bit of a sneak peak into how Bremfield's is coming along.
You can follow along with the who adventure here.
It's looking so beautiful. Most of the painting is finished, the gorgeous brick walls have been sealed, they've moved in their antique display cabinets and this week painted the ceiling white and installed lighting. The next, and greatest project is the installation of my mom's kitchen. This is where she will bake all of her delectables for in the cafe part of the store. It will be quite a job, but they are so excited. After that it's the fun part - setting up the merchandise and filling the store with product.
She spent the weekend doing her first wedding in the actual store. Every other wedding has been done in their basement.
You can see here all of the doors and trim are now white. It makes it so bright and clean. Also, you can see the beautiful antique display cabinets they found while picking in an old barn. They are absolutely gorgeous. Each is slightly different, but all are charming with the antique glass and metal legs. The one below that has the detailed wooden base is being prepped to be the cash counter. There was no glass and they loved the old, wavy, greenish glass of the others so much that they didn't want to replace them with new glass. And since you don't want to see the storage behind this counter, they will paint it and have found textured wallpaper to give it some character.
The front entrance is nearly finished. They added beadboard and just need to touch up all of the trim. I'm happy they opted to stick with white. It's bright and reminds you of a European greenhouse with it's large windows.
And finally, because they were too beautiful not to show, here are a couple photos of the wedding flowers. The bride wanted simple bouquets of white hydrangeas with a bit of bling.
The table arrangements are simple vases with cut white hydrangeas and some crystal beads draped on the outside.
This is the small bouquet for the flower girl.
The bride's bouquet with a few cream spray roses and some tiny jewels added.
And the arrangement for the signing table. Everything was simple, yet timeless.
I'm looking forward to showing you what it looks like once they are finally open for business.