Southern Charm At The Farm was held in the small, cute town of Walnut Cove, NC on Saturday, April 30. Katie and I both set up at the last Southern Charm show, but this was our first show as The Gray Door Market and I think we both were a bit nervous going into it.
Needless to say, we have been prepping for this show for quite a while now and I know we were both proud of how perfectly it came together.
Although we played around with the set up beforehand, it’s always so hard to figure out the perfect spot for pieces once you get the truck unloaded. But once you place that first, second, and third piece in their spots, magic happens and everything just seems to fall into place.
I felt at home in our space. People were constantly moving throughout our booth, commenting on what a great feel it had. We heard lots of “oooh’s, aaaah’s, & wow’s!” I don’t write these comments to be braggadocios in any way, but as a testament of how rewarding it is when you’ve been working SO hard to build a brand and the result is truly pleasing your target market.
It’s everything we had hoped for. And more.
So as we reflect back on what a successful weekend we had at Southern Charm At The Farm, we are thankful and grateful for every one that was a part of it. Thank you to all of the shoppers who bared the rain ALL. DAY. LONG. Thankful to Allison Dahl & Sharon Yarborough for putting on a great show! Thankful for our amazing husbands and my parents, which we wouldn’t have ever pulled this off without.
If you weren’t able to make it out, you can check out some photos below of our booth before the crowds moved in. We didn’t have much left by the end of it, which is always a good thing. Even though we were exhausted at the end of the day, we packed up the little we had left and moved into a new booth space at Antique Marketplace in Greensboro the next day! We hope you’ll come visit us there soon!