From the moment we arrived, the enormous amount of planning and work put into the event was obvious. Guests were greeted and led to exquisitely set tables, offered hors d’oeuvres and aperitifs, then invited to wander through the 1892 house.
Once inside, I marveled at the architecture and antiques (and embossed wallpaper), participated in silent auctions and raffle baskets, enjoyed live music, and followed volunteer actors (audience members) from room to room as they performed scenes for the murder mystery.
A lavish, multi-course tea was served on the front lawn, and my guests and I thoroughly enjoyed the afternoon.
I’m looking forward to “Phantom Phantasy,” the Whimsicalitea musical fundraiser in March.