Our last Paris shopping trip included tickets to the amazing Toulouse-Lautrec exhibit at the Petit Palais, and we’ve had the 1890s on our mind ever since!
It’s always magical when an period costume event happens and everything comes together just right. This picture is from an event that I participated in a few years ago.
A special afternoon tea in San Marino spent with a group of beautifully bustle’d ladies, we then retired to the Japanese Garden for pictures. Some days are magic.
Looking for an historical event to start off the New Year? Well, if you’re going to be in Southern California, we have just the thing- A tea dance to commemorate the end of the First World War! The dance will be held on February 1, 2020 from 1:30 to 5:30 at the War Memorial Building in South Pasadena. The War Memorial Building was built in 1923 and dedicated by Marshal Foch of France and it’s the perfect venue for this sort of event. There will be live music with a caller to help everyone through the dances. This definitely promises to be a lot of fun and it’s an era that we haven’t done much with so far…but that will change. 🙂 For more details, please click HERE.
Here’s a few pictures of the wonderful venue: