1920s hen day in Hammersmith, London – new pics

Hammersmith went vintage, 1920s to be precise, last Saturday. Our hens danced the Charleston, sipped afternoon tea with cakes and stawberries and pretty cakes, (they brought their own, but borrowed some pretty vintage china from us). Then we pampered them with vintage hair and make up, they dressed up in our Roaring Twenties fashion accessories, and we snapped them happy them in our Vintage Photoshoot! It was a marvellous old fashioned day out! Here is a preview of the pictures.

Vintage makeovers

Photos by Catherine Hadler, Vintography

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About charlestondance

We are a group of 1920s and 1940s enthusiasts providing wonderful vintage hen parties in Cheltenham, London, Oxford, Henley on Thames, Wallingford, and Reading, or we come to you! Choose from: Charleston dance classes 1930s-1940s jazz dance classes Pop Up Afternoon Tea Parties and tea dances with a dance class, a full champagne afternoon tea and our live 1920s jazz or swing pianist Vintage Makeovers and Photoshoots Classic Musicals Hen Party dance class, or singing workshop (or both, for an all singing, all dancing, live life in a musical experience!) Our special, deluxe 1920s Day Out or 1940s Day Out in Cheltenham or Henley incorporating one vintage jazz dance class, one creative workshop (including vintage life drawing or fascinator making), a vintage makeover and photoshoot, afternoon tea, and a 3 course dinner!
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2 Responses to 1920s hen day in Hammersmith, London – new pics

  1. This is good blog for 1920s hen day & nice images in this blog i really like it all. Thanks for sharing this beautiful blog.

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