Are you ready to host a Color Street party?
A Color Street party is an easy way to have a “mom’s night in,” ladies’ night or even a night out at a cafe or wine bar. Color Street is super-portable, which means any place you can get people together, you can have a Color Street party. Plus, it’s an easy and fun way to share a product you love with your friends and family. So, what are you waiting for? Here are five easy tips to help you host your next Color Street party.
And while it’s hard to gather in person now, we can party on Zoom. Your friends get samples in the mail (or on their porch!) from me and then we all log in together to put them on. I’ll share the sets I have in stock – or your friends can order online. Either way – you earn the hostess rewards.
How to Host a Color Street Party:
Pick a Time:
This can vary widely from a brunch or lunch to an afternoon tea or evening cocktail party. Think about a time when your friends can sneak away for girl time and you can make it work. There is really no time frame that doesn’t work for a Color Street party. I’ve done parties in as little as an hour, or as much as an entire evening. Certainly the more people you have invited, the longer the event should be scheduled to allow for everyone to have time to try Color Street.
Pick a Theme:
Why? Because it’s more fun that way! It doesn’t have to be an occasion, though it certainly can be. It can be a monthly birthday celebration, a back to school celebration, a Friday Funday or Galentine’s Day. Love chocolate? There’s your theme. Is 80s music your jam? You’ve got a theme. A theme helps guests get excited – and maybe even dress-up – for the occasion. You can also use the theme to help make planning the rest of your party super quick and easy!
Pick a Signature Drink:
Sometimes the theme suggests a beverage – tea (and often, champagne!) for a tea party, mimosas for a mom’s brunch, or a mai-tai for a luau. Other times, you will need to get creative – but you can always whip up a champagne cocktail like this one, or consider a moscow mule like Giada’s. Whichever route you go, be sure to have a fun zero-proof option as well. If sparkling flavored water is your choice, then offer coordinating garnishes such as limes, lemons, or berries. Of course, if you are at a bar or cafe, then guests can order what they like.
Pick a Fork-Friendly Snack:
Why fork-friendly? Because when you start to apply Color Street you want your hands to be free of grease and oil. So think about serving cheese cubes (not slices), salad cups, or frittata. Non-greasy finger foods also work, like fresh vegetables and fruit, or cubes of bread. Again, if you are out, just caution guests to save the mozzarella sticks and fries for after application. The lettuce wraps, cheese plate or meatballs should all be fine.
Pick your Polish:
When you host a Color Street party, you will earn FREE Color Street through the hostess rewards program. So pick your favorite to apply at the party, and then pick many more depending on how much is sold at your party! Depending on your theme, there just may be the perfect option to complement it. There are tons of great options in the Color Street catalog, as well as the most up-to-date list online here.
Are you ready to schedule your next Color Street party? It’s time. Just reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can schedule one today!
Having a mom’s or ladies night in – or out – is an important part of #self-care. Check out more tips for self-care here.