The weekend event started off with the Welcome Southern Belle Soiree party, and Vendor night is when the fun really begins and kicks off the weekend!
Southern dresses, gloves, petticoats, hats, cameos,cupcakes, handmade crafts, vintage treasures was filled to the brim at Cheryl Day’s Back in The Day Bakery Friday evening. What made the event most spectacular was the wonderful comradery of special women who ALL “get each other”! It’s not often we get to dress up, and have no responsibility to husbands or children. We are free to have fun and be one of the girls for the night!
All the gorgeous southern belles arrived in style via Old Savannah trolley.
Cathy and Rachel.
Tiffany and Shelley
There were SO many sweet belles floating around the room that night. Jodie, Karen, Misti, Leslie, Julie Ann, Charlene, Francie, Kris, Ronda, Teresa, Heidi, and Jennifer just to name a few. Unfortunately, I didn’t capture photos of them all so Im hoping within a few more days I will have photos of these lovely ladies to post.
The vendor tables were a shoppers dream!
Angela Meeks darling fairy woodland assemblage
Angela and Jo
Peggy Vessels gorgeous table
These are all some of the pretties and treasures that could be seen at Vendor night.
JoAnn’s gorgeous hand dyed silk ribbons.
Darling cylinder keepsake boxes by Kris Hurst.
Precious Cupcake wreath created by Cathy Scalise.
Mona’s vintage dolls
I think this final photo of Shelley’s beautiful smile sums up the events fabulous night!
Thank you sweet friends for stopping by and allowing me to share my events with you all. Part III “The Artist workshop day” at the Ford Plantation will be posted shortly. Wait till you see these ladies GORGEOUS projects! So many to share!
P.S. Our dear friend Rosalyn Sue Smith is very sick and has been in the Savannah hospital for several days now. Please keep her in your thoughts and prayers.