Flea Style Summit Fall 2017 Recap
We’re still coming down from our Summit high. The day was just a dream between the inspiring panels, helpful workshops, delicious sips and bites and pretty pop up shop finds.
There are too many highlights to count (see our full gallery for that) but we had to share some favorites with you shot by the talented Hayley Shelton. We’re already mulling over our next conference, which we will announce in early 2018.
Our photo booth was a hit! Even our team got in on the action.
Guests were greeted with some sparkly balloons and stunning sweeping downtown views.
Our Rock Star ticket holders were treated to a special private luncheon with our panelists perched 34 floors above downtown Dallas.
Guests loved our shop and several snagged panelist Alli Koch’s book How To Design Modern Florals.
Brittany takes the stage to kick off the day before the first panel!
A slice of the goodies inside the pop up shop. The bolo ties and bandanas flew off the table!
A detail shot of the stage designed with a mix of paper and hand-painted flowers and leaves.
The Blushington makeup and beauty lounge was a hit with guests, especially before they had their photo and headshot taken.
VIP ticket holders received head shots to use for their portfolios, websites and other opportunities post Summit.
Sugarfina to the rescue when we all needed a little sweet tooth fix in the afternoon.
Guests getting their shop small on during happy hour.
Kendall-Jackson helped kick off our networking happy hour where guests sipped wine and exchanged stories and info to connect post Summit.
The Glitter Guide workshop was a hit! Guests loved the thoughtful crafts that included desk decor, goal setting and a potted succulent station.
Foodstirs co-founder Galit Laibow spoke on a panel and also provided guests with a delicious vanilla cupcake after lunch.
A peek into our social media workshop where guests learned all about the latest tricks, filters, timing apps and more!
A pop up shop with a view!
Guests took home a slew of swag that included these agendas we had made for them to scribble down notes throughout the day.