Saturday Color Story … {polo match | yellow + purple}


Happy weekend! Where did this week go?  Wasn’t yesterday Monday? Hey, no complaints from me here woooohhoooo weekend! Today’s color story is inspired by the Polo match game I went to last weekend at Governor’s Island in Manhattan. I mainly picked up yellow and green color for the color story, then added purple. Why purple?


Truth be told, it was the only color fully bloomed with toooons of flowers from our outside garden. So snip snip! We have about 10 rose buds sprouting. I am eyeing them (scissor in hand) to bring them indoors when they grow. So here are all the photos for today’s story. I hope u love them.   

Oh, did I mention that the polo match was FREE, and traveling to the island by the ferry was FREE! We arrived very early, considering that we thought the game started at 12, only to find out it started at 2:30pm (what????). The good part, we got awesome seats (actual seats with table and still had room enough to lay our blankets in front). It was pretty cool seeing all the extravagant large hats, hearing champagne corks pop, and all the ooohs and aaahs from the crowd watching the match - which was very exciting. See the tiiiny ball they played with in the photo below? If I was playing polo I think I would need the ball to see as big as a beach ball as I held onto the horse for dear life.


For more info and photos by the events sponsor Veuve Clicquot, stroll over here. And .. happy weekend!!!!!!

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