I took LOTS of pix but here are a few ... I was really hung up on the table decorations as you can see, so I took pictures of every table, but I'll only bore you with a few ...
|Each table had a centerpiece vignette centered on a hat. Everyone was asked to wear "unique" hats and carry or wear gloves.|
|Barbara Jordan of Spencer did these centerpieces. She is a very creative woman.|
|Each table had six places set and two plates of tea cakes. (Delicious!)|
|At each place was a little journal, cake-in-a-cup mix, M&Ms, and the program printed on a cut-out of a tea pot.|
|Various flavors of tea were at the table in a fabric-wrapped basket.|
|Barbara Tuttle's mother has a huge collection of tea cups and everyone had their own unique cup and saucer! She also has a collection of tea pots and each table was brought a pot of boiling water for tea making.|
|Everyone was encouraged to wear hats and gloves. Here I am in mine -- a hard hat with flower and work gloves with some rhinestone bling. (With my eyes closed of course. Usually I have my mouth open AND my eyes closed ...)|
|Our very worthy Prez, Barbara T., greeting people at the door. She chose a witch's hat; pun intended Barbara?|
Oh my! It was a great day. Now I'm home and have to get back to reality. Sigh ...