Were you one of the lucky ones who got your tickets in time for the JunkFest Tickled Pink Friday Evening Event? Because boy oh boy, did they go fast!! We felt SO fortunate to have such a wonderful junk-lovin' bunch of fabulous people that wanted to share the evening with us...and the best part:
A portion of the ticket proceeds went to a breast cancer awareness organization!!
How great is that?!
Each and every ticket holder in attendance received a gift from the JunkFest girls, and if they wore or brought something PINK , they were eligible for door prize drawings too!
*a few pink sticky notes came into play here ;) *
Here's another great thing about the Friday event....
They get the chance to CHECK OUT THE GOODS!
And check out the goods..they did!!
Our guests were greeted by a fairly new local business called Dakota Sun Gardens. Their wine tasting was divine!
We "might" have had a toast or two before the doors were opened. heehee
And the pièce de résistance of the evening (by popular vote) were the hors d'oeuvres, specially prepared by Megan of Culinary Creations-The Chef that Comes to You!
I believe those attending had a nice time chatting while enjoying the wine, hors d'oeuvres, and surroundings.
And to top off our event every year is a secret ingredient.
Our devoted and beautiful family and friends...who we lovingly refer to as
"The Talented and Wonderful Sales Associates of JunkFest!"
(here are just a few of them)
(They look so FAB because they always remember to check their hair in the mirror!)
The biggest payoff always...is the smile on a happy shopper's face, when they find the item that's perfect for them!
I do believe Miss Angela wins the vote of "Miss Photogenic" for this year's event!! Doesn't she look gorgeous!
And don't forget those awesome frat boys who gladly carried the heavy stuff!
Remember a few posts back when I asked if anyone could guess what was up with our fingers? I couldn't help but chuckle when I saw the photo and realized that Cassie and I greeted the guests with ORANGE fingers from marking the flea market areas with orange spray paint! Silly us.