an unassuming lumber yard. slabs of fresh ut wood serve as the table top for 80 guests. soul music lingered in the air. indian-charred dishes paried with smokey mezcal cocktails. ending with a live demonstration by the in house design team.
tucked away behind a succulent nursery, this gem located in the heart of austin stood as the perfect backdrop for a 65 person seated dinner. Indie House set the tone with their breathtaking tent, making us feel all a little closer.
Inspired by underground speakeasies and the compelling storytelling experience of modern day museums, our second annual Holiday Affair was a night worth remembering
After revealing their password for entry, guests were greeted with a red rose and a glass of @mcphersoncellars sparkling wine, as violinist Shawn LeSure guided them through the @lootvintage warehouse — lined with vintage bertoai chairs, Persian rugs and worn chesterfield sofas. The intention was to learn the story, the pulse of what was in store
Awaiting them was a room full of energy. Jazz and funk music. Bartenders dressed in suspenders slinging craft cocktails. Shoe shines in the corner by Ricky, who's dance moves were just as good as his craft. Expansive cheese spreads, moody portraits and an evening full of dancing
It was intended to be unlike any other. No word on who, where or what
A playing card awaited each guest. Find your match. Read your next clue. Keep an eye on the violinist
One by one, the music led the crowd up the stairs to the romper room — candles, red wine, history
He got up to the mic with a simple introduction. What followed next is hard to put into words. Breaking our hearts with his stories, while making us feel at home in his presence
There we were, suddenly, a room full of new friends yet felt like old
Nights like these are rare to come by. And it's the reason why we so firmly believe in the magic of this town. Here's to keeping it alive
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