Monday, April 6, 2015

EASTER 2015.BRUNCH FOR 14.THE 1845 HISTORIC ELGIN/COTTRELL HOUSE MUSEUM














8 comments:

molly- See you downtown said...

Beautiful as always! A feast for the eyes.

Liz@ Infuse With Liz said...

Well you did a fabulous job. The table and food look great! I'm sure everyone enjoyed being there such a nice treat!

Gina @ VictorianWannaBe said...

Awww, it looks like Buddy found a new friend, how cute! She is a pretty little girl.
Your house looks so festive and beautiful! Now I don't feel so jealous when I see other guests at your house for lunch/dinner because I have been a very lucky lunch guest myself! Yay!
It looks like all was a success for your Easter dinner, so glad. :)
Have a wonderful week,
Gina

maria13corvette said...

Georgeous, Buddy he sure has fun
! just like the owner, work and fun together. Very Nice

Susan said...

Oh my goodness, Richard. That looked like a lovely lunch. And awesome decorations, too. Wow wow wow Susan

Curtains in My Tree said...

Lucky guests they were for sure.
I see Nancy looking in one on the china cabinets LOL next trip over I'm going to open those doors up and see whats in there also LOL
I am sure everyone was thrilled to have been served in your home/mansion

debchester said...

Your tables looked beautiful. I can't decide which was prettier -- the Victorian glass egg decorations or that strawberry salad. Your guests were certainly given the best in hospitality.

-Deb

BeachGypsy said...

beautiful pictures, just like always! So many beautiful victorian things! You did a great job