Peppy Posies Painting parties are a great way to celebrate an upcoming event, Girls Night Out or just a new way to get your craft on!! Here’s how it works.
At the time of booking Host will be able to select two designs for guest to choose from. Provided by Peppy Posies.
After party has been book, Peppy Posies will create a Facebook Event Page for the Host to invite family and friends. The event page will hold all of the details your guest will need for your party. Time, Date, Location and payment link with designs for choose from.
Remember! It is important for the Host to stay connected and participate in the Event Page! If the guest see how excited their Host is about their party, They will be too!
Q: Why two weeks notice?
A: Two weeks notice not only gives Peppy Posies ample time to prepare for the upcoming event but it also will allow the invited guest enough time to check their calendars. We want the Host to have the best party possible.
Q: Why do my guest to have to pre-pay?
A: Like many Events we do require the parties to be paid for in advance. This not only protects Peppy Posies but it also insures that Peppy Posies has the accurate supplies needed for the upcoming party. Pre-paying also allows you as the host to focus on your party instead of worry about collecting payments during your event.
Q: How do guest pay?
A: In the Facebook Event Page, Peppy Posies will provide a link that will directly take you to our Etsy page. That Link will give you and your guest a safe and secure way pay their sign online.
Q: What type of pallets are provided for the party:
A: 14x14 (Stained or Whitewashed)
Q: What type of paint do you use?
A: Peppy Posies uses permanent acrylic paint for the party signs.
Q: What Prep work is done before the party?
A: After the designs are picked and purchased. Peppy Posies handcrafts each pallet for the guest. Then we cut a custom stencil, stain and/or paints the pallet’s base layer, carefully place the stencil. Then seal the sign and allow ample amount of drying time. This will help limited the amount of paint bleeds during party.