Create Your Own Board at Texas Wine and Wood

Finished lips board from Dallas Trends at Texas Wine and Wood photo by Kristiana Davied

Paint in bottles on shelf at Texas Wine and Wood photo by Vanessa in Dallas

Refreshments and snack table at Texas Wine and Wood photo by Vanessa in Dallas

Bird's eye view of refreshments and snacks at Texas Wine and Wood photo by Vanessa in Dallas

Texas Wine and Wood sign behind table of refreshments and snacks photo by Vanessa in Dallas

Neda from Life with Mama K and Ashley from Southern Chic Style working on boards at Texas Wine and Wood photo by Kristiana Davied

Vanessa in Dallas sanding wood for her board at Texas Wine and Wood photo by Kristiana Davied

Wall of boards at Texas Wine and Wood by Kristiana Davied

Tristan from The Polished Posy board template at Texas Wine and Wood photo by Kristiana Davied

Instructor teaching at Texas Wine and Wood photo by Kristiana Davied

Stephanie from Dallas Trends sizing out her board at Texas Wine and Wood photo by Kristiana Davied

Stephanie from Dallas Trends pouring juice into a red cup at table of treats at Texas Wine and Wood photo by Kristiana Davied

Five girl bloggers holding up their boards at Texas Wine and Wood photo by Vanessa in Dallas

Vanessa in Dallas holding up her coordinates sign at Texas Wine and Wood photo by Kristiana Davied

Kristiahna Clark uses staple gun at Texas Wine and Wood photo by Kristiana Davied

Last weekend I had so much fun hosting a few of my blogger friends at Texas Wine and Wood. Blain and Than do an amazing job keeping everyone laughing. You’ll greatly enjoy your time.

We had such a blast designing our own boards. Each of us picked our own custom design and even assembled the boards. Girls with power tools rock!

My guests included, Tristan from The Polished Posy, Ashley from Southern Chic Style, Kristiahna Clark, Vanessa from Vanessa in Dallas, and Neda with Life of Mama K. It was my first time meeting some of these ladies, and they are incredible. Everyone, to be honest, is an amazing woman.

Blain and Than put on a delicious display of snacks and drinks. We enjoyed bottomless mimosas, which I definitely took advantage of. There was also a raffle for a number of goodies.

If you go to the Texas Wine and Wood website, you can pick from a number of templates you’ll request before your scheduled day. You can also create your own custom board if you have a logo or something else you’d like to put on your board. Be sure to plan about three hours in order to complete your board on your scheduled day.

You can book a private party, as well. Texas Wine and Wood is fully mobile, and provide set up and clean up. This is perfect for birthdays, girl’s night out, or many other celebrations you might have in mind.

Who thinks these signs are absolutely adorable? I’d love to know if you’ve ever been or plan to. It’s such a great time for friends, families, or coworkers.

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Bye, lovelies!

Stephanie

S. Casey

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