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Your Proof Edwardian Ball Was a Stunning Affair

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This past weekend, Edwardian Ball came to San Francisco for its 22nd season. People came from all over to celebrate and showcase their best costumes, dance and shop at The Regency Ballroom.

We showed up on Friday to enjoy the spectacle. Throughout the night, our staff photographer, Vita Hewitt, snapped photos as the Broke-Ass Stuart cohort bopped around getting to know some of you IRL. We had a lovely time and from the looks of it, you did, too! Gorgeous Corsets, Stunning Costumes, Cuddle Puddles and Cool Cats galore – you all came dressed to the nines and we just loved it!

Vita has shared all of her beautiful photos from Friday night at Edwardian Ball and would be happy for you to share photos of yourself as long as you tag her. 

See yourself here? Please feel free to download and share these photos of Edwardian Ball. Tag us all on social media.


Click into each Edwardian Ball photo to see more detail.

Click on any Edwardian Ball photo to download a web version.
For high-res, you will need to contact the photographer directly here: @vita_hewitt_art_and_wanderings

So sorry to have missed everyone on Saturday at the ball.
Next year we will make an extra effort to come both nights.

NOTE: All photos are property of Vita Hewitt and should only be shared giving her credit for her art. 

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Katy Atchison

Katy Atchison

Katy is a professional smiling machine raised in The Bay Area since the age of 3. While other kids were attending summer camp & soccer practice, she was raised selling wares at craft shows with her working artist parents and spent vacations in a small 1920s Montana log cabin. This has all given her a unique perspective on the ever-changing texture of San Francisco and the Greater Bay Area. Currently a blend of all that is The Bay Area - she's a web designer at a tech-company, artist and DIY teacher.

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