From the wardrobe archives, wore a pale yellow tweed dress to dear friends’ third daughter’s bridal shower last night. Have known this family for decades, and so happy to celebrate in all the love.
Bridal showers and weddings call for special clothing. Momentous occasions for sure, thankful I had a tweed dress, was challenged enough even ordering and wrapping and writing a card and showing up on time. Thank you Scully & Scully for your super organized bridal registry and that you ship to Australia, wow. With a color printer I was able to print out two princess sized Royal Copenhagen salad plates, hot glue them to some cardboard stock, and wrap them up in a small scarf box I had on hand. Bridal shower gift, done.
Other photo here of the glamorous young gun is fifteen year old daughter that snaps these outfit photos in literally five minutes flat before we change to denim, bare feet, and dinner prep. Tonight its tomatoes, white and pink fish, white and green asparagus, wild rice and fresh bread. Shower flowers were gorgeous, always love an all white bouquet, and picked up simple white tulips at market to carry the them home.
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