As you may know, once or twice a year, I get to go to this ahmayzingggg three-day wedding industry conference called Engage! Luxury Wedding Summits. Each one is in a location better than the one before, and the entire experience is always ridiculously kickass, full of fun parties, terrific speakers and all-around wonderful people. If you want to read more about all of this awesomesaucery, click here.
The fabulously talented crew from Gifts for the Good Life always provide all of the Engage! attendees with swag.
The BEST swag.
And I get to come and photograph said swag for them, which is one of my very favorite things to do!
Especially this time around, since the theme was frickin rainbow-y, unicorn-y, mermaid-y, tropical-y stuff, so colorful, it made me cry a little. This one was MADE for me. Not only that, Heather and Susan, the powerhouse sister-sister duo behind #GFTGL are simply delightful AF and so much fun to work with and just be around. Plus, they can hold their own on the dance floor which is always appreciated!
So peep all of the fun things below, and check them out if you are in the market for one-of-a-kind, super rad, really fun gifts and goodies for your next wedding or event…you won’t be disappointed with what they can dream up for you!
I am already looking forward to the next time we get to create some flatlay magic together!
↑ The fun starts a few weeks before Engage! kicks off, when you receive super fun pre-arrival gift box in the mail!
↓ These itineraries printed on canvas gave me all the feels!
↓ Each night, after coming back from one of the fun parties with aching feet from dancing, you would find a turn-down gift in your room!
↑ If you are anything like me, you own more notebooks than you know what to do with, so these little colorful suckers were some of my favorite gifts.
↑ My girl Catie Bane happily modeled some of the bags, hats and apparel for me.
↓ Clara Hough brought little drink floaties (a.k.a. the BEST business cards ever!) which were perfect props for this colorful theme.
↑ Who doesn’t love to color?
↑ Locally handmade pottery pieces were part of the welcome pop-up shop.
↓ Splash mixers are really tasty! I should have snagged a few more to bring home!