It’s the final recap day! It has been so fun reliving this amazing week with y’all. The photos are gorgeous (big thank you to Ally & Bobby Photography), but you can only capture a fraction of what took place in learning and growth and friendships on camera.
I wanted the gifts to be super intentional, and I was so thrilled when Erin Loechner, author of Chasing Slow, agreed to send copies of her book for our attendees! Such an amazing read and I highly recommend it. We topped the book with a custom print of One Eleven East by Nib & Pixel – do you love it as much as I do?
On the third day we always start the morning off right – mimosas, hair and makeup, and headshots! LoLa Beauty in Austin pampered our ladies while they sipped mimosas. Perry Vaile then captured beautiful headshots (those are coming your way tomorrow!).
We had some amazing and engaging sessions in the afternoon. SO much learning and growth occurred!!
We finished off the afternoon with a brush calligraphy class taught by Alexa Behar of Sage Paper Co. It was so relaxing and the perfect creative exercise to end the week with!
The final dinner is such a special time. It’s when we can unwind, have those final conversations of the week, and enjoy being together over a good meal. The beautiful linens were provided by La Tavola, the place cards were made by Sage Paper Co., and the furniture rentals were from Roost & Co Decor. The arrangements were the attendees’ – how gorgeous, right?!
We were so grateful to have Oh Happy Day Booth there to capture fun shots of everyone! The ladies loved picking out their Kendra Scott pieces at the end of the night, too.
It’s always SO hard to say goodbye, but in the same vain there is an excitement about the future. In a sense everyone is excited to get back and implement what they’ve learned from the week. I love these ladies with all of my heart and I’m so grateful for our time together!
In case you missed it, see day one here and day two here. Tomorrow, I’ll be sharing images of the student work created at TSOS Texas!
Photography by Ally & Bobby Photography