Hosting a Party
So you’d like to host a party…
Okay, look. If you’re an anti-committal person, you should just attend one of my upcoming events.
You are undeterred? Read on!
You will need:
A good amount of space, each student needs about 2” of table space per person
Good light. This is super important. Don’t pretend that one lamp in a dark corner will be good enough. For this party, we need very good light. Consider doing this during the day for the best light.
To know that we’re painting. Please be mindful that there is always a chance of getting paint on something.
Access to a sink and soap
Good photos of your pets
Other Things you should know:
As the host, you’ll be in charge of inviting guests.
No Spectators. It’s not a good idea to have non-painters floating around. People are very self-conscious when they’re painting and Erin won’t tolerate someone speaking down to one of her painters.
There is a minimum of 6 painters. Failure to meet that minimum within 2 weeks of your party will result in your party being cancelled and all tickets being refunded.
Paint happens. There’s a chance of it getting on things you may not what it to get on. Make sure you have all of those sensitive items out of the room or adequately covered. That’s your responsibility.
Okay, now that all the seriousness is out of the way, we can talk like regular people. I created these Paint Your Pet parties to give everyday people the ability to create their own pet portrait. We’ll put a lot of work in, but wow is it ever worth it. It’s a really incredible experience. Each time I do this, I am teaching total beginners. If you want to do this, you can!
If you have more questions, feel free to send me a message. I’m happy to answer questions.
All hosts must sign this form for their booking to be complete.