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Cupcakes & Tea



Story and photography by Cynthialynn Jones

Catherine Monceaux with Shabby Lane hosted the 2nd Annual Cupcakes and Tea, celebrating mothers and daughters at the Lane Agri Park. Boasting more than 60 vendors, food trucks and endless local merchandise, the event received more than 300 plus patrons. Mothers and daughters were full of excitement and smiles while they shopped and enjoyed an afternoon out together.

The first 200 guests received custom goodie bags filled with wonderful Mother’s Day gifts and some snazzy bling. Shabby Lane hosts several marketplace bizarres annually at Lane Agri Park. To know where and when to find the next amazing event, find them on Facebook and check out the next show.

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