Since I was still recouping from the flu, I downloaded from Netflix the movie "Marie Antionette" to recall the story. In my opinion, the story wasn't that great but the fashions, grounds, and furnishings were lovely. If you would like to see some photos go to Sony pictures, Marie Antoinette.
As time went on, life started to get in the way of us attending the soiree but around 9 pm the night before the lavish party was to take place, we decided to make the trip. It is around a 3-hour drive. So the next morning around 6 am we were on our way to a royal-inspired road trip. Following is what greeted us.
I'm trying to wait patiently for the door to open so Sally took a picture of me and......
I took a picture of her.
Since my husband knows how I love to shop, he gave me an early Valentine gift of extra spending cash for the trip. Following I will show you what I came home with.
The first item that caught my eye was this French Boudoir Sweetheart chair.
See the red velvet cover buttons and the detailed wood.
The sweetheart chair found its new home next to my Victorian gown.
Ooh La La
This Valentine's Day painted sign was perfect to put in my entry vignette.
I purchased a few other items that I didn't take pictures of
such as a book titled "Cupid's Understudy" and
some very cute Valentine tags.
Wishing you a very special Valentine's Day