Girl's Night In Events

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Where can I have my pop up art party?

We currently serve the Seattle and Vancouver/Portland Metro areas.

 

We can put on a pop up painting or craft party anywhere! But you need to have enough space to comfortably seat all your guests. We recommend about as much space as you would need if you were to seat everyone for dinner. There needs to be enough room for people to get out of their seats if they wish and for everyone to be able to clearly see the instructor. 

What do you provide?

We will bring paint brushes, paint cups, plates, napkins, canvases, easels, smocks and table cloths. Chairs and tables are available as an additional rental if needed. 

What is your cancellation/refund policy?

Host deposits are non-refundable but are transferrable for use at another event. PRIVATE PARTY Guest tickets are refundable within 48 hours of the event, otherwise are transferrable to another event. 


PUBLIC PARTY tickets are non-refundable and non-transferrable. 

While we always appreciate a cash tip, we do not accept cash for tickets to our public or private events. 

I want to party- what next?

You can book directly from our "Book Now" drop down menu above, select a date that works for you and make your deposit. We will be in touch shortly to gather all the details and send you your own private party link to share with your guests.

Or, you can drop us a line via the Contact Us page and we will work out a date and all your event details together. We will share with you a private personal link to share with your guests, where they can purchase their tickets to your Girl's Night In Event. Guest count should be final 24 hours before your event starts, no tickets will be sold at the event and we do not accept cash,

Do you travel?

Yes-  We are available for travel with a discretionary travel fee. 

What should I wear?

Don't wear anything you'd hate to get paint on. It happens! We recommend taking off watches and bracelets, and wearing short sleeves.