Hey Friends, I’m back! I know it’s been a minute since my last post but if you’ve been following the blog, you know I stepped away to host my first annual Vintage Market Open House.
I was so elated with the huge crowd of friends, family and newbies who came out to support my first event. I can only describe the evening as “incredible!” Hosting this type of event

Has been a long time dream of mine and I want to thank my family and all those who encouraged me to follow my dream. I have to be real and say that I started planning this event over a year ago with hopes of having it last fall. I soon realized I didn’t have the energy to pull it off and I became overwhelmed with anxiety so I tabled the idea for another year.
This allowed me the time and encouragement I needed to create an event I could be proud to host. Now, I’m sure you’re wondering what’s A Vintage Market Open House?
Well, it’s the name I came up with when I thought of having a home filled with vintage household collectibles, clothing, jewelry, handmade crafts, gifts and everything pretty to purchase, while shopping in a quaint boutique setting.
Tip– Always have a wide selection of items for everyone’s style and budget.
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No shopping is complete without scrumptious refreshments, fruit infused water and a sip of chilled wine to enjoy while you fill your basket full of holiday #havetohaves. I even opened up my famous sweet shop for those who wanted to add homemade Lemon Squares, Texas Sheet Cake, Sweet Potato Bread and Strawberry Bread to their loot.
Tip– Food is the international language that everyone speaks.
We had plenty of door prizes to add to the excitement “as if there were not enough!” With all the splendor in my abode, I did my best to capture a bit of the blissful evening.
Tip– Door prizes are a great way to get your guest involved and excited.
Until next time,