Spring in London 2018

Ah, spring in London, how magical it is!


So I did a Christmas bucket list for last year in London and I thought I'd do a similar one for spring. London is so magical in the Spring because of all the beautiful different installations, Easter, cherry blossoms and so much beauty blossoming!
I thought I'd share with you some of my fave places to go in the spring and some of the fave things I've done. These are in no particular order except for maybe the cherry blossoms. Those are ALWAYS my fave part of spring. If you know me at all, you know pink is my thing. It's wild to me that they go from this gorgeous colour of pink to actual green leaves. How cool is God?!
Anyways, onwards and forwards!

1. Ivy Chelsea Garden

This was done up for Easter (I know it's being done up again soon for Chelsea in Bloom so it's going to be gorgeous!), and the Early Hours girls do incredible every time with their installations!

 


 2. Ivy Market Grill 

It looked SO gorgeous for Easter. That bunny with the Easter egg on top was just so beautifully put together again by the gorgeous Early Hours team (as are most things I've put on here - these girls are on fire! Love their work)





3. Covent Garden

This is mainly just for this super cute bike! But on your way around, you can make your way up to Ivy Market Grill for some cuteness.



 4. An Easter Mad Hatter's Tea in London

After going to the amazing Hillsong production of Easter, I went with the lovely Rebecca to grab some tea at The Sanderson hotel. Oh my word I'm in love! It was so tasty and like a party in my mouth. You can find more on it here.


 5.Sense of Space

This was such a gorgeous installation with changing colours and a super fun HUGE bean bag and other bits and pieces. Of course, the blossoms were my fave in pink.




6. Sexy Fish

Again, with all the blossoms, I just can't get enough!




7. Cherry Blossoms at Greenwich Park and Regents Park

So the ones in Greenwich Park are much more fabulous but the ones in Regents Park are also pretty gorgeous. In Greenwich Park, you can find the cherry blossom avenue leading up to the rose garden of Ranger's House.






8. Rivington Greenwich

This totally reminded me of Aubaine in Selfridges but outside so you can catch the sun and warmth. How gorgeous is the wisteria?!




9. Grounds & Grapes

Such gorgeous interiors and the flower installation really brings it to life too! Absolutely loved it.



10. Miscellaneous 

So with these, I went around different places in London and these were among some of my favourite spring places and things around, so I thought I'd combine them all here.


Doughnuts in the spring sunshine at Doughnut Time.. totally on the bucket list!


Cute colours at Ivy Richmond.


More florals down Lombard street.



This one's not in London, but for a fun seaside trip in the spring - Margate is adorbs!




The Notting Hill pastel colours always are my absolute fave! Walking down streets that are all popping out of a pastel fairytale are my fave.


What's your fave things about London in the spring? Any recommendations for summer?

Love,
Nat xx

Psalms 34:10, "Even strong young lions sometimes go hungry, but those who trust in the Lord lack no good thing."


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