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By LuAnn Schindler

Tea for Two

Historical Society hosts large crowd at inaugural tea party


April 24, 2024

LuAnn Schindler | SAM

Finger foods • Isla Marsh, of Neligh, samples treats, Saturday, at the Orchard Historical Society's Mother-Daughter Tea. She attended with her mom, Hannah.

Lynae Stelling dreamed of hosting a mother-daughter tea. Her vision became reality, Saturday, as the Orchard Historical Society hosted its first-ever tea party at The Rex.

Society member Jillian Henn organized the morning brunch, which featured hints of vintage Victorian flowers, teapot tablescapes, tiers of assorted pastries, a variety of finger sandwiches, charcuterie boards, fresh fruit skewers and a plenty of tea.

Each place setting included glass snack trays and cups and vintage-inspired floral napkins. As a thank you, guests received a heart-shaped seed paper to take home for planting.


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