Posts Tagged ‘Connecticut’

Spring & Easter Decor 2014 {The Sassy Space – Meriden, CT} Sassy Mouth Photography

Spring has finally sprung in The Sassy Space!  I had a rough go at it trying to decorate after Valentines Day, it just wouldn’t turn into spring here in Connecticut!  After spending a glorious weekend soaking up the sun in NYC and smelling sweet spring air, I came back to the studio with a mission to decorate, finally getting it together yesterday as the rain poured down, turning all the grass green.  Something pretty lovely happened.  :)   The spring and Easter printables were all found online, I will link to where you can get those below!  Hoppy Easter from Sassy Mouth!

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 This “Hoppy Easter” Banner was found on this blog post from Catch My Party, and designed by MJ Paperie!

Craftily Ever After had this adorable Bunny Silhouette printable available HERE

A stroke of genius to put the bunny ears on my tissue paper wreath that I have used for many seasons other than spring!  It’s definitely an all season sort of wreath, good to have around!

 This pretty printed sign is via the 36th Avenue, and you can view the post about it and download here.

Such a pretty print, thanks so much!

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Katharine Hepburn: Dressed for Stage and Screen Exhibit {Connecticut Historical Society – Hartford, CT} Sassy Mouth Photography

Sassy. Daring. Talented. Beautiful. Determined. Fashionable. Iconic. Hepburn.

Yes, that is really what the first line says on the Connecticut Historical Societys website for their newest exhibit, Katharine Hepburn Dressed for Stage and Screen, in Hartford, CT.   And it is perfect for her.  Other quotes featured in the exhibit also soundly oddly familiar to some sassy-isms that have come out of my sassy mouth, especially

“When I started out, I didn’t have any desire to be an actress or to learn how to act. I just wanted to be famous.”

Ditto.

She was one absolutely fabulous lady.  We got to document the members preview event, held the night before the exhibit opened on April 11, 2014.  The group was treated to remarks by guest speaker Jean Druesedow, Director of the Kent State University Museum and curator of the exhibit.  The history of fashion is fascinating, to say the least, and we got tp hear a little bit on that, tied in with how Katharine Hepburn helped blaze the trail towards modern woman’s fashion.  The exhibit itself is beautiful, striking, fascinating.  In the setting of the Connecticut Historical Society’s building, it is even cooler.  I, of course, made some new friends, as did my Mom…lol  It was nice to hang with you all, and get to see such a wonderful part of history in real life, with out real eyes!  You all absolutely have to go see the exhibit, it will be there until September 13, 2014.

Check out our Beauty and the Beast photoshoot at the CT Historical Society

If you would like to learn how you can support the exhibit, click here.

There are many cool events coming up featuring the Katharine Hepburn exhibit, you can check those out here.

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Katharine Hepburn Costume Exhibit Hartford CT Historical Society Sassy Mouth Photography

 

Katharine Hepburn Costume Exhibit Hartford CT Historical Society Sassy Mouth Photography

 

Katharine Hepburn Costume Exhibit Hartford CT Historical Society Sassy Mouth Photography

 

Katharine Hepburn Costume Exhibit Hartford CT Historical Society Sassy Mouth Photography

 

Katharine Hepburn Costume Exhibit Hartford CT Historical Society Sassy Mouth Photography

 

Katharine Hepburn Costume Exhibit Hartford CT Historical Society Sassy Mouth Photography

 

Katharine Hepburn Costume Exhibit Hartford CT Historical Society Sassy Mouth Photography

 

Katharine Hepburn Costume Exhibit Hartford CT Historical Society Sassy Mouth Photography

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Katharine Hepburn Costume Exhibit Hartford CT Historical Society Sassy Mouth Photography

Jean Druesedow, Director of the Kent State University Museum and curator of the exhibit.

 

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