Bridgerton Event Chapter Two & Three -A weekend to remember

Bridgerton Workshop

Ladies arrived with all smiles ready to “Spill The Tea” and create pretty projects.

Artist instructor Lori Oles taught a paper doll class, and Karla Nathan a beautiful journal book.

The kits were TDF! Filled with the loveliest fabrics, flowers, and trims.

Cathy was the lucky winner of Karla’s raffle gift which was a pretty gift bag set of

Bridgerton tea & teacup.

Lori raffled off one of her gorgeous handmade aprons.

Congratulations LuLu for winning!

Creative Bliss!

A few of the beautiful handmade projects.

Thank heavens for picture perfect weather!

We gathered in the garden courtyard for a Bridgerton Tea Party luncheon.

I am incredibly thankful to 26 Divine for catering my Tea Party. Everything they do is top notch and out of this world delish! Jennifer and her husband Enan were a dream to work with.

Is it just me or does it seem like everything that is made mini is always extra yummy!

The little lemon cakes were a favorite!!!

One lump or two?

Let’s eat cake!

I commissioned Rise bakery to bake a special Bridgerton cake for the event.

They are known for their decorative bespoke cakes.

It turned out more beautiful than I ever could have imagined!

The cake was in honor of two very special Birthdays.

LuLu & Marian

Make a wish ladies!

When you host a Bridgerton party everything has to be *extra* fancy. Including my husband, Curtis.

Bless his heart…. I convinced him to dress up in this rococo costume and serve the ladies a glass of champagne. He was the “hit”of the party! Bringing lots of smiles, giggles and laughter.

The ladies played Bridgerton bingo and trivia to win lovely prizes.

Curtis took his role seriously and was the perfect assistant! hee! hee! 🙂

As well as my daughter who jumped in to be of help.

Day 3 we headed downtown for a fun day of siteseeing and shopping.

We started our morning enjoying a historic carriage ride. Passing along cobblestone streets, admiring the gorgeous architecture, while learning the history of Charleston. It’s a fun treat for the ladies who were visiting Charleston for the first time.

After our carriage ride, I took my guest to White Point Garden Park for a picnic lunch.

We had beautiful views of the Charleston harbor, and the grand antebellum homes along the famous Battery. One of the most famous places to visit in Charleston.

Large oaks, cool breezes, and sunny skies… was heavenly place to sit and enjoy our lunch.

Next up…. Shopping!

If your a fan of the Bravo reality show Southern Charm, then you’re probably familiar with Craig Conover and his pillow shop, Sewing Down South. Fun place to visit and snap a few pics!

My two favorite Texas gals!

A nice little resting spot.

We are not shopped out yet!

I saved the best for last.

A LoveShackFancy private shopping event held exclusively for my ladies and I.

(insert song by Cyndi Lauper ~ Girls Just Want to Have Fun )


This coat was meant for Marian.

Pink and pearls…. Oh my!!!

We did a little damage. Hee! hee!

All of the ladies received special goodie bags from LSF Charleston.

They made us feel special!

Thank you LoveShackFancy Charleston for hosting our group. I am so dearly thankful for your warm southern hospitality. It truly was the icing on the cake to our most amazing day!

Like every great story or show it must come to an end.

However the memories and friendships made will last us a lifetime.

To my precious lady friends you are ALL DIAMONDS of the season.

Shine bright now and forever!

Yours truly,

Lady Hayslipton

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