mayday party with friends

I have really wonderful friends.  Some of them are really cool too (others of us just try…).  Many of us have grown up together…like since elementary school.

so many years ago.

Two of my bestest friends had the brilliant idea (inspired by a BBC miniseries) to throw a MayDay party!  The motive: laughter, games, good food, beautiful dresses, and obviously, pictures!

We spent houuuuurrrrrs planning, baking, decorating, and hanging lanterns in preparation for this party…and it did not disappoint!

 

so without further ado I give you Mayday!

the details: (bunting, mocktails, florals, lanterns etc.) …oh and I should mention that this is ALL homemade. :)

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