18th century tea

There might have been more champagne than tea…

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The spread of food:
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The table:
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These macarons that jennylafleur made were delicious!
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We played games, read fortunes, got gifts…
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…took pictures…
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Kat showed off her new Victorian fan:
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Kat reads aloud from a 19th century book on etiquette:
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One should never refer to one’s husband as Mr. P…
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We even had a gentleman!
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And went outside for more pictures:
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Jenny-Rose:
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Loren:
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Kat:
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Stephanie – I love the camera with the period outfit!
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Barbie and I:
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Kat and I:
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Elizabeth and Victoria:
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Aubry:
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Loren and I:
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We went through 7 bottles of champagne!
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And you can probably tell. Here’s Stephanie reading more from the etiquette book:

Also, the invention of “jampagne”: