Sunday night for me, and a whole bunch of folks dressed in their finest Steampunk attire, was spent over at the Mad Hatter in Anoka–it was time for their first ever, Steampunk Soiree. This was such a fun event to get to be a part of. I was welcomed in with open arms, like I had known these folks for years. The outfits were gorgeous, the tea dueling was wicked, the humor was at its finest, and the ambiance was perfect.
Here are a few photos from the evening…
To learn more about Steampunk Minnesota, click here.
To learn more about The Mad Hatter, click here.
And…one more bonus shot…me! (With my some of my new, favorite, people. 🙂 )
Good morning! I still have a few challenge photos to post here; but, I wanted to pop in and share a bit of my shoot from this weekend, over at the Mad Hatter in Anoka. (Their website is here.) The Mad Hatter is such a fun place to have a camera–this session was, specifically, to capture some of the gorgeous Christmas decorating before it was taken down for the season, as well as to grab some images of their tea service. I got there a bit before they opened, and only planned to be there for a 30ish minutes–but, seriously, every time I turned around, I would see something new that I loved, and wanted to shoot too. After about an hour I finally had to rush out of there–before getting distracted again. 🙂
Here are a few shots from the morning…
If you’re looking for a little more information about the Mad Hatter, check out this clip from DeRusha Eats, on WCCO. It was filmed in less than a year ago. (Starting in a couple weeks–they’ll be staying open for dinner on Friday and Saturday.)