There will always be an excuse to party for a holiday centered around all things pink, girly, flowers and love. I love hosting these workshops not only as a creative outlet but it's a great "excuse" to get women together to truly celebrate themselves. The theme was Galentine - exactly how it sounds, a Valentine but for the girls. The workshop was hosted by 1111 Studewood Place in the Heights. This amazing venue has a rooftop space with a downtown Houston skyline view that other venues envy. The weather was a little chilly in the morning but ended up warming up for the perfect clear sky day. All these gorgeous photos were captured by Stacy with Stacy Anderson Photography - gorgeous!
The ladies were welcomed to set tables with blush linens by Lavish Linens Houston and mini charcuterie boards and pink ramekins to match.
The simplicity made the "before" picture beautiful and built anticipation as to what the "after" photo will be after the crafts.
Here is the link for most of the materials sourced to create this event. From charcuterie boards to streamers, here is a one stop shop for you to recreate on your own Galentine's party.
My love for flowers has no end and I always get excited when Amanda with Amanda Bee Floral brings in fresh blooms for my events. From the pampas and rose installations to the centerpieces, the flowers set the romantic feminine vibe.