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Hyatt Regency Mission Bay Spa and Marina in San Diego, CA

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This gown is Regency inspired, with some 16th century inspiration in the sleeve and neckline area. Drew Barrymore wears this dress in cream in the movie ‘Ever After’ 1998.

someone tagged this "vintage gown detail" It is not vintage, nor dose it have detail when up close.this is Danielle's mothers wedding dress from the movie "Ever After" lolz I've always though it pretty tho :)

Hello! I’m writing today from my sofa, tucked up with a cat and an endless stream of christmas themed programmes on the box, I have a cold but am hoping it’s going to leave soon. After a week of sold laughter with my mum and sisters in frosty Ireland, I returned to a DIY blitz Continue Reading

Halinkas Fairies- lovely little handmade fairies and russian ice skaters for the tree (via Lobster & Swan) links to the Fairy website, too.

c.1821 Evening dress of silk gauze with a woven pattern of blue leaves in flossed silk, trimmed with silk net and blue satin. The short, puffed sleeves with a vandyked trim of satin are decorated with small silk tassels, hanging from the points. The elaborately trimmed skirt with gathered silk net and ribbons has a padded silk hem. Size: Length at back: 110 cm.

Party Scene - Regency Era - white & blue Evening dress of silk gauze with a woven pattern of blue leaves in flossed silk, trimmed with silk net and blue satin, c. via The Bowes Museum

Mauve silk taffeta afternoon dress consisting of bodice and bustle skirt, both trimmed with lengths of lavender coloured satin, Australia, c. 1876. Emily McMurrick (née Waterman) wore this dress at, or just after, her marriage to Duncan McMurrick in 1876. It is believed to be her "going-away" dress. Going away dresses were traditionally worn by a newly married woman when leaving on her honeymoon. Collection of the Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences / Powerhouse Museum.

Mauve silk taffeta afternoon dress consisting of bodice and bustle skirt, both trimmed with lengths of lavender coloured satin, Australia, c. 1876. Emily McMurrick (née Waterman) wore this dress at, or just after, her marriage to Duncan McMurrick in 1876. It is believed to be her "going-away" dress. Going away dresses were traditionally worn by a newly married woman when leaving on her honeymoon. Collection of the Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences / Powerhouse Museum.

Maybe its not set in modern day. Maybe its set in 1920s? 1810 regency? (like the idea of bird's-eye view of maidens descending a staircase --> anything mythological stories crop up?  Like maybe the Muses, or nymphs of some sort, souls in Hades, etc.)

Backstage at Javier Saiach Haute Couture Spring/Summer Credits: Michelle Balietti Photography

Polished porcelain floor tiles/ our usual standard kitchen floor/ photograph brilliantly on right move - but- are they too boring for a regency villa albeit in a modern basement?

For the kitchen, Polished porcelain floor tiles/ our usual standard kitchen floor/ photograph brilliantly on right move - but- are they too boring for a regency villa albeit in a modern basement?

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