I just finished one of the busiest weekends I have ever worked.
I had the privilege to work with the Westfield Galleria Mall in Roseville and Kidaround Magazine to put together a “Mom’s Night Out Event”. It was incredibly fun. We had around 300 women come out to the mall to party! We had local wineries and breweries serving drinks to all the guests, we had massage envy giving moms chair massages, Rubino’s Ristorante provided wonderful appetizers, the Melting Pot had desserts for the women, and we had great beauty bars where women could try out make-up, accessories, etc. We also had some local moms modeling the latest fashions, a fun photo booth, a live DJ, and swag bags for every mom that came in. It really was a great night! I am so glad I got to be a part of it. We also raised $3,000.00 at the event through admission and raffle prizes for our charity, Bright Pink. I want to thank all of the vendors that I worked with. I also encourage all of you to check out the Bright Pink website so you can learn more about breast and ovarian cancer and how it will affect you. They even have a link that lets you find out what your risk factor is for breast or ovarian cancer. Check out a their website here: www.brightpink.org
A BIG thank you to the following vendors who I worked with personally:
Cante ao Vinho Winery
Davis Dean Cellars
Moniz Family Winery
Rancho Roble Winery
Photo Credit: Sharon Hoyt Photography
I also got to participate in an awesome event called the Art of Freedom put on by Made for Them (www.madeforthem.org) benefiting the Grace Network (www.thegracenetwork.org).
It was a great event where you could come to a private estate, enjoy a catered lunch, learn how to make some beautiful art, and shop for adorable clothes. We also had great silent auction items. This event was for a great cause. Sacramento is a big hub for sex trafficking. Please visit the Grace Network website and Made for Them website to learn more about sex trafficking and how you can help the cause.
Photos from my iphone during set-up. Wish I had better photos