Victorian party

Transport yourself back to the Victorian era with these elegant party ideas. Create a memorable celebration with Victorian-inspired decorations, costumes, and activities that will transport your guests to a bygone era.
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This is the third post in this series, where I walk through examples of turning fantasy style inspiration boards into more practical wardrobes that are cohesive but not repetitive. See the previous one, a circus style board translated to smart casual officewear + casual weekend outfits, here .

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Reema Satwant Singh
The afternoon tea party became a feature of great houses in the Victorian and Edwardian ages in the United Kingdom and the Gilded Age in the United States, as well as in all continental Europe.  The formal tea party still survives as a special event now. An afternoon tea party is suitable for many celebrations. It's an ideal format for a baby or bridal shower, a retirement party, a birthday celebration, or time to catch up with good friends. Vintage Photos, Outfits, Vintage, Historical Photos, Vintage Outfits, Vintage Photography, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Inspired Dresses, Old Photos

The afternoon tea party became a feature of great houses in the Victorian and Edwardian ages in the United Kingdom and the Gilded Age in the United States, as well as in all continental Europe. The formal tea party still survives as a special event now. An afternoon tea party is suitable for many celebrations. It's an ideal format for a baby or bridal shower, a retirement party, a birthday celebration, or time to catch up with good friends.

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Nataya
Victorian Party, Royal Doulton, Victorian Theme Party, Royal Decorations, Victorian Wedding, Victorian Wedding Themes, Royal Party, Medieval Party, Royal Prom

I first posted this table in November, 2009. It was Thanksgiving, and I'd decided to host a (virtual) appreciation dinner ... along with a "coronation." In honor of this being the 150th week of Tablescape Thursdays, hosted by the inimitable Susan of Between Naps on the Porch!), I thought I'd share it again. If the tablescaping community has a queen (Susan of course!), perhaps we should also have a patron saint. My recommendation would be Hyacinth Bucket of the classic British situation…

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Faith Angeles