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Spring Open House Recap


We can’t thank our vendors and guests enough for making our 2016 Spring Open House a success! Taking place at The North Warehouse the theme of the night was “Farmer’s Market”. The event had a bright rustic vibe fitting for the spring season with a bit of vintage flair. The North Warehouse is a wonderfully unique event space in North Portland with an open floor plan and a view of the Willamette River. It provides that urban and alternative character that’s sought after in most warehouse settings. For those who couldn’t make it here’s a recap of everyone featured at the event!



Plenty of natural light paired with string lights illuminated the venue as guests made their way to visit with each vendor.


The bright floral centerpieces created by Flowers by Carol Kelly added a fresh appeal and filled the warehouse with color. Carol even included adorable blueberry accents to fit the event theme!






DeAngelo’s Catering had a gorgeous display and exquisite food! Their setup was perfectly rustic and the flavors of the dishes paired so well together, not to mention their Bacon Dates were amazing.





Townshend’s Tea (well known in Portland for their craft loose leaf teas) introduced their newest project, Thomas & Sons Distillery, a line of tea-based spirits. Created from fermented teas, they featured a variety of liqueurs that were a hit!




Wild Currant Catering had tons of light and tasty options with a stunning fruit and cheese arrangement and lobster bites that were to die for!


Stumptown Booth had a super fun photo booth setup and showed off one of their newest sparkle backdrops. Check out all the awesome snapshots provided from them in the gallery below!


Justin Sheehy

Our featured musician for the night, Justin Sheehy kept the atmosphere upbeat and fun with contemporary and acoustic beats.


The Tumwater Ballroom and Sugar Street Bakery were giving out these delectable sugar cookies!


Apples to Applesauce is creative non-profit that aims to end child hunger and prevent food waste. They brought along their delicious granola recipe as they educated guests on their cause.


Again, thanks to everyone who worked on the event! We had a blast! Make sure to view our gallery below for more photos and check out the vendors that made our open house possible:

Venue: The North Warehouse

Florals: Flowers by Carol Kelly

Caterers: DeAngelo’s Catering & Wild Currant Catering

Spirits: Thomas & Sons Distillery

Photo Booth: Stumptown Booth

Musician: Justin Sheehy

Bakery: Sugar Street Bakery

Non-Profit: Apples to Applesauce

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