MaMas Are Gonna Likey
Yep. It’s the day we get to celebrate all things mom. It’s coming up in a few days. In preparation, we have done a little redo of our women’s area in the golf course’s Golf Shop. It all started with a old chest of drawer’s from my husband’s grandma. Theresa did a number and transformed the piece into a beautiful display. In case you didn’t know, we also do our part for mom and offer all moms free greens fees or free minigolf on Sunday, May 12. Bring her out to play a little golf.
In preparation, we met up with Trisha Trixie. She loves all things retro, so she custom makes aprons, shoes, jewelry, and hair pieces.
Theresa, Fred (my mom and kitchen guru) and I looked through options to figure out what we wanted to feature in the golf course’s Golf Shop. She had many aprons with various fabrics and styles as well as jewelry.
We decided to have some examples of her shoes on hand, so golfers and guests of the golf course can create custom orders to their liking.
Fred really liked these earrings. She’s so hip for a mom.
Theresa showcased some of the fun hair pieces that Trisha has made. She even custom made them for golfers, so they have golf balls or logoed Toad Valley pins on them. Each hair piece has a clip as well as a pin. We thought they’d be cute pinned to a Titleiest hat or golf bag.
We had given Trisha Trixie some of our own logoed apparel and told her to have some fun with it. What girl doesn’t want some bling sporting her favorite golf course?
Trisha is so much fun and had many great ideas. All three of us enjoyed looking through her suitcase of goodies.
If you stop out to the golf course, you’ll find lots of adorable aprons for sale. Each one has a care tag on it and Trisha includes a goofy saying on each care tag.
The flip flops looked like lots of fun to us because we could easily see one of our brides order a set for all the ladies in the wedding party. These would be far more comfortable at a reception than high heels! You pick the color of the flip flop and ribbons.
How about you? What are you getting your mom for Mother’s Day? Do you use an apron or do you just wipe your hands on your pants?