Philadelphia

LADIES DAY AT THE DEVON HORSE SHOW GARDEN TEA PARTY

 I loved this event, everyone looked beautiful. I went with my bud Rakia and then I misplaced my notebook and I thought it will show up eventually. It didn’t ugh. So I’m going to try and remember the who what when and where as it was a beautiful event with lovely people.

Ladies’ Day at the Devon Horse Show has been a tradition at the Devon Horse Show and Country Fair. This year the Ladies’ Day
Committee hosted the inaugural Ladies’ Day Tea on Wednesday, May 30 in the Gazebo at the Devon Horse Show & the Devon Club.

More than 200 ladies enjoyed 
silver-service champagne tea provided by John Serock Catering, there was a jazz ensemble and a
plein-air art exhibition presented by Wayne Art Center. Hats and
fabulous fashions were encouraged
NBC10′s Bill Henley was one of the judges of the Hat Contest which was sponsored by Cartier. (He stepped into the role after Carson Kressley had to cancel at the last minute.)
Sandra Rinehart (r), her granddaughter Jasen Rinehart (L) who won first prize in the Hat Contest
Patrick Champalou of Cartier, Devon Country Fair co-chair Debbie Martin (polka dot dress), Tea Party event co-chair Jen McGowan greets the crowd
Tara Theune Davis in the black outfit and her besties
 Claudia Lanmgaid (2nd from left), Mearah Quinn-Brauner (r) wore hat creations by Beth Beverly of Diamond Tooth Taxidermy
Deborah Van Dusen, sales associate at Prudential Fox and Roach Realtors, Nancy Rainer-Wallace, First V.P. Financial Advisor at Morgan Stanley, Barbara Gilbert, Senior Vice President, The Warner Companies
Sharon Kyriss, Chris Dodsiad, Sondra Tagert and Carolyn Mele attend the event every year.

Katie Brown, Steven Headley and Devon Country Fair co-chair Candy Guinan
Rakia Reynolds is a Public Relations Skai Blue Media, Philly 360 fashion ambassador and mother of three!
Hmm tea sandwiches

My favorite non-traditional hat of the afternoon was by Milica Schiavo who has a unique art of millinery.

My favorite more traditional hat. All proceeds from today’s event went to the Bryn Mawr Hospital.