The ladies had a stylish night out all in the name of charity. The Peaky Blinders themed Garrison Ball was a roaring success.
Everyone dressed up in the height of 1920s fashion and the Miscarriage Association acquired over 1500 pounds in charitable donations. The evening had live music, a smashing photo booth, circus acts and kiddies dancing to post-WWI music classics. The fabulous Jenna Pearson organized the evening, straight from her heart, and made the evening an outstanding success.
Tickets included bottles of vino and fizz (with the premium package) and we were seated at the ‘May Carleton’ table, which seemed exceedingly appropriate.
We popped the corks as soon as we were seated and let the bubbles roll all night.
Lady Wordsmith night was made when she bumped into her Peaky Blinders true love, her one and only Arthur. This guy was just dressed up like Arthur, but he really did it so well. Lady Wordsmith was only saddened to see he managed to get through the night without losing his cool on anyone.
Overall, the evening was a complete success for the Miscarriage Association, all thanks to the amazing vision by Jenna Pearson and a community of Gatsby-esque attendees who loved dancing to a little rock and roll while wearing pearls and silk gloves.
If you feel inspired to help out a charity you love, perhaps this is a fabulous, lady-approved way of raising money and creating a fabulous night out!