Isabelle has enough memorabilia to open a British museum, everywhere we looked she had more treasures out on display! She has books and magazines and spoon collections and plate collections and wonderful china, we ate on and had tea in 1939 Royal Albert china called “Loyalty” by Royal Albert, and which was made to commemorate the visit of their Majesties, King George VI and his wife, Elizabeth in 1939.
Thanks Isabelle for being such a fabulous hostess! I had a wonderful time! I took my little Bleuette named Madeline along in her new "Royal" dress with sparkly pink crowns scattered over it, Loretta took her little resin Bleuette Robinette along with her new "Royal" dress on and they were happy to meet Isabelle's little Ada Matilda who was wearing a dress straight from England that Isabelle had a member of our Bleuette group make for her!
Some of Isabelle's collection of magazines and books on Royalty
Baby Diana, William and Kate and Baby William, a Royal spoon collection on the wall behind!
Isabelle's china she has collected through the years commemorating various Royal milestones.
Princess Diana plate collection (if you look really carefully or bring the picture up large, you will see Isabelle's Dionne Quintuplets on the first shelf behind the glass)
Whoops, Ada Matilda borrowed Princess Diana's crown for the occasion! But here is Princess Diana and her famous ring!
The train on this dress goes on for several feet! It is huge!
Assembling the sponge cake!
punching out the pieces for the cake decorating set!
TaaDaa! Loretta's Masterpiece!
The tea table, num
Isabelle, our gracious hostess!
The 1939 Royal Albert china!
Loretta, Isabelle and I
The Bleuettes clambering for a piece of cake! Loretta made the darling little British shopping bags so the girls can go shopping for treasures together!
The doll room!
Isabelle's sweet little Bambino in her darling bed!
Isabelle gave us each this lovely paper doll set and the Bleuette's received a silver tea pot that was used to place seating cards!
Isabelle has this darling bear on her door step to welcome you to her home, we later found out her hubby Walt is the craftsman who is making these darling greeters and he has quite a little home business going as people love the Bears!