A Vintage Photoshoot in London – a mixed era hen party!

A 1920s style portrait.

I’m really excited by the fantastic pictures from one of latest vintage hen parties! These ladies had a vintage photoshoot and a vintage dance class! They weren’t sure what dance routine they wanted to do, so they opted for a mixed 1920s1940s dance class! Their dance routine started off with some Charleston and moved into a little lindy and swing! It made for a bit of hard work, but those hens did themselves proud! I’m proud of our vintage photographer‘s mixed era shoot! What a confident bunch of ladies, too! Our photoshoot can be booked for birthday and Christmas parties too!

Have a look at our facebook page for more images!

Champagne and satin!

A cheeky pin-up pose! Complete with conductor’s hat!

And now back to the 1920s photography

Let’s Charleston dance like we’re in the 1920s… hang on, is that  1940s jazz step? Or 1930s??

Aha! The circa 1930s-1940s again! Let’s lindy hop!

All photos by Catherine Hadler, copyright and all rights reserved. Event by Vintage Hen Parties

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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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