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Melanie's Bachelorette Party!


I just love weddings and all the celebration that comes along with. One year ago my family was preparing for my youngest brother's wedding in Estes Park. Such happy memories of family and friends.  There is something so beautiful about everyone coming together to celebrate two lives joining. As these memories resurface this time of year, I am also reminded of Melanie's bachelorette party that I had the privilege of doing last May. Melanie and her family and friends gathered for an afternoon of champagne and glass painting. I led them through the step-by-step flower painting lesson, and they rocked it! Their wine glasses were beautiful. Hopefully whenever they pour a glass of wine, they are reminded of good times.


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Floating flowers and Grandma's Kleenex

It was a sunny and windy April evening out on the Hergert Farm. The delicious aroma of vegetable soup and bread hung in the air. The last of the evening light danced in the sky as the guests arrived. After a long week of work, bowls and wine glasses were filled and the painting began!  

These ladies painted "Floating Flowers" and each integrated their own style into their piece (intentionally or not!). I just love how that happens.

Look how hard they are working... they must be used to working together! Painting and team-building definitely go hand-in-hand. We had some good laughs too. More about that after this pic.

So here's what happened... 

Both of my grandma's graciously donated years worth of aprons to my painting business. So, I ended up with all these vintage aprons- some of which, I actually remember my Grandma wearing when I was little. Anyway, as I'm explaining the sentimental significance of the aprons, somebody reaches in her pocket and pulls out.... Grandma's Kleenex! It must have been in there a while because it was pretty vintage looking too.

We all had a good laugh. This picture was taken right after the Kleenex incident.

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