This white Victorian garden chair has and identical pattern as the table. the arms of the chair curve out just like the legs. Four of these chairs would be placed at the two large ends of the table in centre stage.
This Victorian garden table applies to the theme of summer, It has a floral and basket pattern on the top going down to the mid legs. The end of the legs curve out wards and gives it more of a vintage look. This table would be placed under the white tent in centre stage.
This white lace simplistic dress is what cecily would wear. Something that represents the country living and modern fashion. The dress has long sleeves all the way down the arm and a turtle neck. It goes all the way down to the ankles. since this time was so conservative, covering as much as the body was a must.
A shawl was was mostly used when going out or taking a walk especially when a dress had shorter sleeves. I imagine Cecile hardly ever using a shawl since she lives in the simplicity of the country and she would be wearing a long sleeve lace dress.
A bonnet was such an important item back in the Victorian days that no lady left the house without it. It blocked them from the sun and was a must have for every day. Deferent style varied through the years that improved the outfits everyday.
see thin sole slippers were usually a back up for balls when women got tired of their thick sole boots. but seeing how simplistic and natural Cecily is I would envision her to have a simple pair of think sole slippers for her average day in the country.