Reenacting is a fun and rewarding hobby. Whether you portray famous historical figures or your own fictional character, reenacting is a form of time travel for those of us who feel they were born in the wrong era. However, reenacting can be overwhelming and very expensive. I hope through this blog to help those new to the hobby, or even those veteran reenactors, to enjoy reenacting without breaking the bank. Blog posts will address things like developing your character, traditions and etiquette for different time periods, and affordable but accurate clothing options. So step back in time to days gone by...

Saturday, February 18, 2012

Scarlett and Rhett...

at the Beaufort Film Festival.
After several weeks of preparation Scarlett and Rhett appeared at the gala for the film festival this evening.

 Of course, we weren't the only stars there!
Everyone from James Dean to Diana Ross to Captain Jack Sparrow showed up.

 But I must say Captain Butler was my favorite:).
What a charmer!
After spending the evening greeting film festival attendees it was time to return to our true selves...
which for me is none other than...
Scarlett, of course!
But I won't think about that today.
I'll think about that tomorrow.


  1. Hello!
    You two make for a very dashing couple!!!!
    Look awesome.

    What an adventure you are on,

  2. Oh wow look at all that work you did and you both look fantastic!! Id love to play in your dressing room It must be amazing.

  3. Frankly Scarlet, you two make a beautiful couple. I'm sure no one had any trouble recognizing the characters you were portraying:) SC

  4. You look amazing I love it and of course one of my favorite couples hands down

  5. You dress is absolutely stunning. Did you make that yourself?

    Im looking to get into reenactment, though more in the medieval era because Im a huge Middle Ages history fan(actually have my own blog ) and want ot get more active in the field. Any advice on a new guy(even though our eras are different)? Cheers