Create Your Own Terrarium With Plant and Sip DFW

Three girls smiling with terrariums from Plant and Sip DFW and Dallas Trends photo by Crystal Chatmon

Neda Life with Mama K and Collin County Woman smiling with terrariums from Plant and Sip DFW and Dallas Trends photo by Crystal Chatmon

Two bloggers smiling with and holding terrariums with Plant and Sip DFW and Dallas Trends photo by Crystal Chatmon

Michelle Nelson Our Words Have Power and Stephanie Casey Dallas Trends and friend smiling together in front of terrariums with Plant and Sip DFW photo by Crystal Chatmon

Ashley Weller Southern Chic Style and friend holding up terrariums from Plant and Sip DFW with Dallas Trends photo by Crystal Chatmon

Grabbing dirt for terrariums with Pland and Sip DFW and Dallas Trends photo by Crystal Chatmon

Succulents lined up on trays from Plant and Sip DFW with Dallas Trends photo by Crystal Chatmon

Putting dirt in glass bulb terrarium with Plant and Sip DFW and Dallas Trends photo by Crystal Chatmon

Stephanie Casey Dallas Trends and Michelle Nelson Our Words Have Power with Plant and Sip DFW laughing while building terrariums photo by Crystal Chatmon

Goody bags with Plant and Sip DFW with Dallas Trends photo by Crystal Chatmon

Building dirt and succulents in glass bulb terrarium with Plant and Sip DFW Dallas Trends photo by Crystal Chatmon

Group photo at BJ's Plano with Plant and Sip DFW Dallas Trends photo by Crystal Chatmon

Group selfie at BJ's Plano with Plant and Sip DFW Dallas Trends photo by Crystal Chatmon

Last week I hosted a group of my blogger friends and influencers at BJ’s in Plano with Plant and Sip DFW. We all had so much fun creating our own Dino-themed terrariums. You’ll love the low-maintenance care of succulents.

I was so pleased with the fun 80’s music and educational element to how Plant and Sip DFW operates. There was a trivia game about half-way through the night, and one lucky person won a fun prize. Plant and Sip DFW walks you through the whole process of creating your own terrarium.

Crystal Chatmon did a wonderful job capturing the whole event. All of the photos above are credited to her. I’m, also, grateful for my goody bag sponsors, three of which were Juice Bar Allen, Namdar Decor, and You, Me & Emilio.

Plant and Sip DFW is a mobile service, and brings everything you need to build your own terrarium. They are the only ones of their kind and are not a chain. Once a month, they also do a fundraiser or charity event.

Themes for the terrarium events change all of the time. If you do your own private event, you can create your own theme. The upcoming events include, Fashionable Prism, and Desert Southwest, to name a few.

I’d love to know if you’ve ever tried Plant and Sip DFW. If you were at my event, please let me know what you thought about it. I already received so much fantastic feedback.

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Bye, lovelies!

Stephanie

S. Casey

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