Enchanted was hosted this year in London on the 5th and 6th of April by Street Fashion Europe - a committee made up of lolitas from all over Europe. Many of the attendees had come from all over the world, and I do believe there were some girls all the way from America! There were also special guests attending from Japan including Kunika Ono (Oh my gosh I was so excited about seeing her work!), Hitomi from Grimoire and shironuri artist Minori.
After this was more shopping and the raffle, oh my gosh there were so many prizes! Beccy was lucky enough to win a prize (Luckily not the one she donated!!) Then the closing. speeches and after party - we left before the after party, we were both exhausted and wanted to go find the hotel.
The next day was the Tea party, we decided to head into China town before we went and headed off to Boba Jam (My favourite place!!) I abandoned the wig I was going to wear and decided to try out my new auburn Lockshop wig!
While we were in China town we decided to check out the market style shops! I bought a Rilakkuma instax album which I was really pleased with as I've wanted a nice one for awhile! It also seems that half of the Qut'Se stall has gone, I was really sad about this as I was hoping to buy a few things from there.
After we were done in China town we headed over to the Tea party, we were given another raffle ticket upon entry. I have to say I felt rather under dressed, some of the outfits were stunning! I think I'll re-think my out fit if I attend another tea party like this. The tea was a buffet style, were you could pick and choose what you wanted. Our tables were set and also had little rings and leaflets for each person.
After the tea there was another raffle and Beccy won again! (I'm so unlucky!) But amazingly she won one of Kunika's cakes and gave it to me!!!! I was and still am so happy! I've had it on display ever since I got it home, I was so worried about it getting broken on the train but it survived!
I had to leave shortly after the raffle thanks to the trains being mostly bus replacements, but I definitely had fun at the tea party!
It was an interesting weekend and there were some beautiful outfits about. (I think there were 6 puppet circus dresses at the tea party?) I do hope everyone else attending had a good weekend and I'm looking forward to seeing what the next UK event is!
The next post should be up this week or possibly the beginning of next. I have a few tutorials planned and a couple of reviews!
Ta-ta for now