I hope you are all doing fine! I must say, my life hasn’t been that easy or glamorous since we moved to France. So much to unpack, organise etc… so many phone calls and emails with different administrations in France and in Germany, and that feeling to have forgotten a very important deadline all the time.
On the other hand, I don’t regret the decision we made, for one second and as my husband keeps repeating: “nobody ever said, that an international move with a baby would be easy!”.
The Parenthèse Urbaine, I attended last Sunday, has been a highlight in my parisian life so far. This afternoon tea was organised by two lovely sisters (they made me think of my dear sisterMAG friends Thea and Toni) : Mathilde and Marie.
The idea behind the event, is to make people, who usually only meet and share their passion on social networks, such as Instagram, meet in real life, with a nice cup of tea and a piece of cake in a magical place, that is kept secret until the event takes place, somewhere in Paris.
This second edition took place in a little tearoom called Maison Bastille, a lovely place, situated in the 11th district of Paris.
The event was also a way to introduce some French designers to the participants. The designers were all attending the event, were showing their work in the café and helped with the decoration and set up.
The following designers have been participating in this edition:
It was a really good beak from my current every life. I met some lovely ladies, I hope I will stay in touch with. Some I already know, I will be meeting next Sunday at “Creation et Savoir Faire“, the French DIY fair, organised by Marie-Claire Idee.
I hope I will find more time in the coming weeks, to be back more regularly on the blog with some flowers, decoration ideas, and maybe some pictures of my new home!
I wish you all a nice evening!