As the couple’s wedding date gets closer, the busy mum-of-four has been making last minute touches to the big day and recently created a selection of handmade goody bags for the younger guests.
The social media star could be seen filling a woven tote bag that read ‘Little Pickle Activity Pack’ with goodies including a children’s wedding activity pack, some slime and a small teddy bear keyring.
Shortly after she created the clever bags, Stacey showed her 5.3 million followers what she feeds her two youngest to keep them cool in the hot weather.
Taking to Instagram Stories she posted a reel of her banana and yoghurt freeze pops.
She told fans: “Made these early this morning and then forgot about them so Rex and Rose were delighted to get a late night snack when I finally remembered.”
Her nifty way of creating the tasty snack involved chopping a peeled banana in two and then adding an ice lolly stick to either piece.
Next she dipped each banana half into yoghurt to completely cover it and finished off with sprinkles.
Stacey then placed each freeze pop into the freezer for the perfect cold and healthy snack for her little ones.
She told her fans: “Rose loved it SOOOO much kept her going for about 20 minutes.
“Rex said they were ‘noice’ but honestly his face said otherwise. Think the natural yoghurt was a bit sharp but he ate it nonetheless”.
The proud mum showed off her two youngsters enjoying their treat with an adorable Rose really taking her time to enjoy the coolness it offered.
Meanwhile, Stacey has been displaying her skills away from the kitchen as she showed off the wedding door she’s made at her Pickle Cottage home ahead of her wedding to Joe.
The space is now covered with a flower arch featuring dozens of white roses, and a ‘Mr & Mrs’ sign has been attached to the front door.
The flowers spill out onto the pavement and a series of white lanterns have been placed across the concrete steps which lead to Stacey and Joe’s front door.
Mini lanterns have also been scattered about, and Stacey has incorporated something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue into the theme of the door display.