Also on display on the Friday night were...
One of Janet Myhill Dabb's Sasha Studio interpretations, plus a series of clothing made by Virginia Lee over the years of her participating in all the Festivals.
What a treat to see all this beautifully made clothing.
All outstandingly made
Three pretty girls.
Just adore these bridal dresses
A 'mother' with her children. Mother made by Tim Purk
The same goes for this sweet display which I think may have been Ann's?
Dawn and Ann in deep discussion.
Sue & Heidi - two smiling girls with Pat beside them in deep discussion with others.
The theme for the Saturday night dinner was 'Dressy Sasha' and everyone embraced the theme wholeheartedly - some more than others!
Kurt with his Gregor in matching outfits.
Karen and Kurt.
In the foyer area everyone gather waiting - the anticipation building
Catherine French's two very smart Sasha & Gregor in their outfits.
Henry and Harry catch up with the news of the last year.
Some pretty girls.
More pretty girls.
Oops, it like one has fainted from the anticipation!
Henry and I sat at the Santucci's table which was adorned with some very well dressed Sashas.
Isabelle had hand sewn this stunning dress and cape for the centrepiece auction. If I remember rightly it went for $350!
I wandered round the tables and took photos of all the centrepiece auctions - so much variety and skill - all stunning and worthy of bidding on.
Another pair of well dressed Gregor & Sasha in blues and whites
A period piece.
Pretty in blue
Pretty dress made with vintage handkerchiefs
Dress taken from a portrait painting
Norvell's handsome pair.
Another pretty dress with Linda deciding to 'photo-bomb' it as she termed it!
After dinner Gail wanted some of us to have a group picture....how many attempts does it take to get seven ladies to look the same way at the same time?
Three? Well almost!
What a fun evening!