Celebrating New Year’s Eve Victorian Style.

Dinner. Dancing. Merriment.

Starting with dinner. A full menu with oysters, crudités, bass, Hollandaise sauce, melted potatoes, prime beef, Yorkshire pudding, brussel sprouts, stuffed eggplant, a goose, sweet potatoes, celery, beets, mayonnaise, plum pudding with hard sauce, cheese, fruit and coffee.

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Moving to dancing.

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Julius LeBlanc Stewart The Ball, 1885

To general merriment. Bon-bon parties! Bean bag parties! And oh-so much more!

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How will you be ringing in the New Year?

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6 thoughts on “Celebrating New Year’s Eve Victorian Style.

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  1. That dress is electric!

    Gather round, speak, make merry.

    I bet the next day was a bit of a hum-dingier of headaches!
    Where is that coffee you posted a few months back speaking of the round of balls others would frequent?

    Those dresses….. OOHHH GROSH!!! (drooling)

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