The Frazier History Museum hosted Girls Night Out with “Diana. The event included mini-massages, eye makeup makeovers, tarot card readings, palm readings, royal jewelry, photo booths appetizers and chocolates.
Mini-massages and eye makeup makeovers were by J. Michael’s Spa and Salon. The makeup artist used Jane Iredale The Skin Care Makeup and gave a lot of options, whether a person wanted a dramatic smoky eye or more neutral.
Palm reading was a hit, people waited in line to speak with Jordana Van She gave a reasonable amount of time to each person. To find out more about Van check out http://www.ravenlightholistichealing.com
There was a Tacori trunk show, thanks to Royal Jewelry. Guests had the opportunity to feel like a princess by trying on jewelry fit for a queen.
The photo booth let guests have fun with props and get their picture taken with "Diana."
Cellar Door Chocolates in Butchertown Market, provided tasty treats. If getting out with your friends and welcoming the weekend in style was not enough, guests had the chance to win $20,000 worth of jewelry! Seven lucky ladies went home with piece or set of Royal Jewelers jewelry.
Did you miss this event, but still want to visit “Diana: A Celebration,” there are still opportunities to visit, before it ends on January 13. There will be another event, Princess Tea Party on December 30, children are invited to wear royal attire and will get the opportunity to enjoy tea and pink lemonade, , sweets and scones from Sisters Tea Parlor. There will be fun activities such as making fascinators, decorating crown shaped sugar cookies, photo opportunities, and learning the difference between modern day and medieval princesses.
$50 – for one adult & one child
$20 – for any additional guests
$45 – for one adult & one child
$20 – for additional guests
http://www.fraziermuseum.org/ to learn more about the events, tickets and exhibit. Come back next week to see the articles about Diana’s formal wear and casual wear fashion.