Saturday, December 08, 2007

Tea Party Bound


In an original Terry Graziano Moxie hat with an original Jane Carlstrom feather medallion; an original Jane Carlstrom art2wear jacket; and a Recycle Micol refashioned purse.

The Bemidji History Center, housed in the old train station, held a tea party today. Well of course, a must for a hat crazed person such as I. The finger foods were scrumptious, the tea delightful, and the hostesses and many guests also gussied to the gills. It was a great deal of fun.
Late addition: the super admin at the History Center, Wanda Hoyum, took pictures of participants and each participant got one free photo. Most got them printed on site, but I requested she send mine online so it could be shared here. Pat Grimes, board member and a fabulous photography artist is pouring tea for me.

2 comments:

Thoughts on Life and Millinery. said...

You look great in that emsemble...and the feather! Oh my...I love that feather!

Lucky you to have a tea party to attend. Wish more tea parties would happen in life.

Wish it would get cold enough here that drinking tea and wearing a hat wouldn't result in sweat running down my forehead.

Glorious Hats said...

Thanks Jill!

Yes, it was a great fortune to have a tea party to attend.

We had below zero F temps, so definitely cold enough here to warrant hat wearing. :)