Monday, September 28, 2015

A Night Out In Hollywood

Nel went to a bridal shower and a Bachelorette party for her sister-in-law.  It was at a 1920's-style Hollywood speakeasy.  They were all dressed up and had a fun time.  The man with the top hat was their host for the evening.

To get into the club, they had to give a secret password.   Guess what the password was?......"moonlit."  Here's Nel and the bride to be.

This is the cake from the bridal shower.  Isn't it darling?  The cupcakes were red velvet with cream cheese frosting.

Nel said it was really cool,
and they all had a lot of fun.


Deborah said...

It all looks so wonderful!
It must have been such a fun evening.
Have a great weekend lovely!

All my heart,
Deborah xo

Regine Karpel said...

So cute

It's me said...

So the cupcakes...happy week love Ria x

Dave Vasquez said...

Sounds like fun was had by all! The cupcake cake, beautiful! I love (ed) red velvet and CC! Yumms! Lovely pics and congrats to the bride to be!

Deserae said...

What a fun bridal shower!!!! Those cupcakes are so pretty too!
Have a great week.....

Tessa~ Here there be musing said...

What a fun idea!!!

And what a pretty daughter!!!

Angelsdoor * Penny said...

Good morning Sheri,
What a night that must have been.. 1920's theme, wow! Now that is fun.
Congratulations to the bride to be.. Great photos, love the cupcake cake!
Nel looks so beautiful, as does the bride to be.
Thank you for sharing this event!

Denise said...

What fun ! Everyone looks great and what a darling bride to be.

CraveCute said...

Sounds like a really fun theme! That cake is really cute too!

The Joy of Home with Martha Ellen said...

What a great idea for a bridal shower! Your daughter is lovely and I'm sure that she had a great time. The cake was adorable-such a sweet idea. Congratulations to the bride to be! ♥

Teresa said...

The 20's is an age I could very well see your family living in. Not only fashion wise - though Nel looks oh-la-la in these pics - but also for the way you stand tall in life. And always looking happy and beautiful. Those were probably the last magical years in History. In Europe I feel many times a nostalgia for what it was so I imagine it has to do of what would be lived decades after.

That being said I don't think Nel should have joined this Family. :kidding: It's utterly selfish to gobble all the good genes this way ahahahahah. Oh my, the bride to be is so beautiful. OK she's happy and that adds a special shine but she's (pure) Hollywood material! WOW! WOW! And what about that dapper and handsome gentleman in the first picture?

And this is "just" a party ;). Can't begin to think about the wedding itself. I hope Nel has CPR in her as the groom might need at the altar ahahahahah

Thank you for sharing the fun, Nel and Sheri!


All4 Barbie said...

Hello from Spain: very fun. Nice pics. Keep in touch

Noelle the dreamer said...

Oh dear, much to catch up with and so glad I stopped by!
Lovely banner and what a nice evening for your daughter!
Thank you for sharing,

syros2js said...

Oh, how nice!!!
To be honest, I couldn't take my eyes off this cake!!!
Have a lovely week, Sheri!

Row homes and Cobblestones said...

Sure looks cool and you both wore very pretty dresses. Hey guess what, cake looked sooooo yummy and red velvet with cream cheese icing are my very favorite cake or cupcake. Thanks for sharing .... The speakeasy theme was fun.

Mary Palumbo Collings said...

Looks and sounds like so much fun… Nel looks so pretty! The cake is adorable, such a simple cute idea.
Happy Monday to you Sheri!

Rue said...

What a fun idea! It looks like a great time :)


Riitta Sinikka said...

♥ Hello my dear friend!♥ Beautiful ladies! ♥Happy Monday♥ xxx Riitta

Dewena said...

What a fun, fabulous evening! Beautiful daughter and that cake, oh my!

Thanks for this glimpse into glamour, Sheri!


Holly said...

Wow, what a fun and creative way to do a bridal shower. Those cupcakes look so delicious. Nel is such a beauty.

Susie said...

Sheri, That seems a fun shower to attend. Love the top hot too. Your daughter and her friend are gorgeous women. Blessings, love you, Susie

Gypsy Heart said...

Fun times! Love the 20's theme and Nel is gorgeous!! The bride-to-be is too. I like the "dress" style for the cupcakes.

Thanks so much for sharing!

Merlesworld said...

Lovely cake bet you it was yummy.

Rebecca Harasym said...

That looks like one awesome party! How amazing are those cupcakes shaped into a dress! So much fun!


Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

How utterly charming. I remember when I was in my late teens, early twenties, before getting married, I'd go out with friends to Hollywood and was able to still find a charm there that was invented back when Hollywood first got established. It's great to see young people can still find and make that charm yet today.

I wish you a peaceful and beautiful day today my dear friend.

DREAMS ON 34th STREET ~ French bread & family said...

It is wonderful seeing a younger generation embrace historical tradition and style! Nel and her bride to be friend are stunning! I have my grandmother's hand painted wedding dress from that era.

The cake is adorable.

I am finally back in the blog groove again. Thank you for your visits and encouragement when time did not always permit me to visit long enough to comment at Red Rose Alley!

handmade by amalia said...

Looks like a great evening. With a gorgeous cake.

Carla from The River said...

Fun, what a clever idea.
I love the cake.

Denise said...

Thank You for dropping back by again.I'm glad You enjoyed My post.It's fun for Me to know other ladies like some of the same things I like and spend time enjoying.I hope this isn't a repeat post,My Granddaughter wanted My attention then I forgot whether I hit publish. This sort of thing has been happening more and more ; / Hugs Denise

Lowcarb team member said...

Now - that does look a lot of fun.
Cupcakes look good don't they!

Enjoy the rest of your week.

All the best Jan

Angelsdoor * Penny said...

Hi Sheri,
How sweet of you to come over for a visit. Yes, I have been to Hollywood. It has been years..When my son was in his 20's he was in a band, they played in Hollywood at the Wiskey..
Wishing you a beautiful week. I was just outside looking up at the beautiful moon..

Patricia said...

Bridal showers are amazing these days, and who would not love a red velvet cup cake Sheri. Back in the day before my wedding, we only got a Kitchen Tea, where your friends brought utensils! :) xx

Sola Scriptura said...

Those cupcakes are beautiful!!

Antee Gurung said...

wow the secret password how mysterious!!!
loved that cupcakes so beautiful. I bet it was even tastier

Btw new post in my blog
stay in touch

CelestinaMarie@SouthernDayDreams said...

Hi Sheri, this is so special. Love the photos and the cake is so unique.
Have a wonderful weekend. Hugs and Blessings my friend. cm

Anonymous said...

1920's Hollywood, oh my, how fun!
Great pics here.
Many blessings to the bride...and groom.