Trouvaille Workshop Recap | Part One
Hey Gorgeous Events organized three days of awesome! Myself and the other attendees were spoiled with pretty flowers, thoughtful speakers and beautiful decor for each room. Finally getting to meet Rhiannon in person was a real treat. She was so funny and sweet and approachable.
With a beautiful view of Grand Rapids at the top of the Amway Grand Plaza, we were treated to drinks, chocolate covered strawberries and a welcome-hug from Rhiannon. Each seat had a place card by Laura Hooper and some other lovely gifts.
As soon as things started, I had the greatest feeling that I was in the right place and it was going to be a worthwhile experience. Rhiannon spoke first, followed by Jodi Bos of Gwyneth Paige Letterpress.
After the session we had time to primp for yummy tapas dinner at San Chez Bistro, where everyone had a chance to get to know each other as well as some of the speakers who joined us.
Trouvaille Logo by Molly Jacques, Calligraphy
Linens by Nuage Designs
Chair rentals by The Rental Company
Vase Rental by Events by I Candy
Side Table from Fancy Fray
Paper by Lemon and Lavender
Caramel favours by The Caramel Jar
We started off with a casual breakfast and our first gift of the day, mugs from Ashley Brooke Designs.
Then we made our way from the balcony downstairs to our "classroom" for the day. I can safely say that if class was always such a beautiful setting, I would have paid much more attention in school back in the day.
Lunch was back on the top floor and the room had been totally transformed in comparison to Sunday afternoon. Rhiannon's Tuscany-inspired lunch was one of my favourite decor schemes from the entire three days. The blue on beige linens were to die for, and the texture of the vases complimented the whole look. Lunch was delicious, of course.
If you can't wait, you can see more on the Little Black Book feature. I'll share more about the rest of my Trouvaille Workshop experience soon.