Things may look different this holiday season, but that doesn’t mean that we still can’t have some amazing holiday fun together.
This Saturday, Nov. 21 Kansas City Mom Collective will be joining with moms across the metro, virtually, for our inaugural Deck The Walls Holiday Wreath Making Event. What’s more fun than hanging out with the ladies around brunch time to gather, laugh and get crafty together?!
During Deck The Walls we will be educated and guided through the process of making a beautiful and fresh holiday wreath for our homes by Executive Floral Designer, Andrea Grist of Florasource KC. Whether you’ve made a fresh wreath before or not, Andrea’s skill and ability to teach people at all levels will ensure that you’ll end up with a final product that you’ll be proud to display on your front door!
For our event, we offered a wonderful and delicious brunch box add-on to our tickets and they sold out quickly! For those of you who purchased these boxes, you’ll be so pleased with its contents. You’ll enjoy a delicious cheese board with crackers and jelly from Geo’s Cheese, delectable White Chocolate Cherry Biscotti from Dolce Bakery, scrumptious coffee and a mug to pour it in from Parisi Coffee, Fresh fruit and orange juice from McKeever’s Market & Eatery, and a bottle of delightful Vanilla Allspice syrup from Boozy Botanicals that’s perfect to add to your coffee or libation of choice. And because this is a morning to celebrate some crucial “me time” before we head into the holiday you’ll also receive a beautiful pair of earrings from Emylee Williams and an adorable holiday tea towel from Green Bee Tea Towels!
While our brunch box and premium tickets with supplies have officially sold out you can still join in on the fun with our digital-only ticket option! With that ticket you’ll be provided with a full list of the supplies needed to create your wreath, and you’ll receive access to our event online Saturday morning.
Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to gather online and have some fun before we get wrapped up in the chaos of the holidays ahead.