So many lovely caps:
I wore my very own brand-new cap, which is proper headwear for a married lady:
The chemisette was new, too. Adding it to my Blue Day Dress and Sheer Overdress changed the look significantly, I think.
|We might be perfectionists.|
An RSV member, Victoria, is a volunteer at Bacon's Castle. She portrays various ladies who have lived in the house at different time periods. For the tea, she was Louisiana Hankins:
We, of course, were fascinated by her futuristic fashion:
During the tea, she read letters from Mrs. Hankins to her daughters - in keeping with the Mother-Daughter theme of the tea.
This table had four generations of the same family (and one RSV hostess):
|And they all had fabulous hats!|
My table had a mother with three daughters:
They were all very excited to be there, and we had some lovely conversations. They had many questions about my attire.
Kathleen played her beautiful Irish harp, providing a lovely ambiance for the afternoon: