As I shared in my last post
, we were able to actually celebrate Valentine’s Day together for the first time in forever. While dinner was a delightful affair at Musso and Frank, the pièce de résistance as the event that took place at The Ebell – In the Mood, Love in the 30s Dinner Dance, cohosted with the Art Deco Society of Los Angeles.
The Ebell of Los Angeles is a sprawling, gorgeous women’s club that includes, among its salons and ballrooms, the Wilshire Ebell Theatre, site of Amelia Earhart’s last public appearance and where Judy Garland was discovered.
The evening was a stunning gathering, featuring dinner (which we didn’t go to) and dancing to Dean Mora. Of course, we had to pose on the moon again. My guy holds my heart (blech, I don’t usually do that kind of sickly-sweet sentiment.)
Photo courtesy of Paper Moon Vintage
A full-length view of my dress I made.
Part of the gorgeous display of period garments from the Ebell’s collection.
It was a wonderful and romantic evening spent with friends and my handsome Valentine. I hope you had a lovely Valentine’s Day with all of your loved ones, romantic or otherwise.