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.


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. :)