Our FIRST Girls Night Out (GNO) was a huge success at Bean Here Coffee here in Sienna. The coffee shop was perfect for such an event; shopping, planting succulents, and socializing with friends. If you weren’t able to attend, don’t worry, we will be planning more GNO events throughout the year.
We want to thank our awesome sponsors for supporting our GNO event. Thank you to Bean Here Coffee for providing our venue space. The coffee shop is a neighborhood favorite with a great atmosphere that welcomes you from the moment you walk in and serves delicious coffee, tea, smoothies, and pastries.
Of course, we can’t have a succulent bar and shopping GNO without our awesome vendors, thank you to Jessica, owner of Succulent Bar for providing a beautiful planting table and unique experience. If you are looking for a fun experience for your next event or party, consider the Succulent Bar, it was a HIT!
We also want to thank Reacia and Melissa owners of Willow & Fig for setting up a pop-up boutique, for the ladies to shop. The boutique offers a variety of trendy styles, shoes, and accessories.
We are so grateful for all the food sponsors; thank you to H-E-B Sienna Market for donating a tray of Rotisserie Chicken Salad Croissants and a fruit tray, Crawfish & Pho for providing their famous Veggie egg rolls, Chick-fil-A Sienna Crossing for donating yummy chocolate chip cookies and brownies, and Bean Here Coffee for serving delicious coffee and tea.
Thank you again to all our wonderful sponsors and everyone who was able to attend. We hope you had an amazing night with your friends and we are looking forward to the next GNO. Make sure to subscribe to our newsletter to get information on future events.
*Photo Credit to Mike at Bean Here Coffee, Succulent Bar and attendees who shared photos with us.
Founder of Sienna Scoop – a community blog. A wife, mom, and a business owner. I was born in Houston, Texas and moved to Sugar Land, Texas when I was 12 years old. We moved to Missouri City, Texas from Sugar Land, Texas in 2009, primarily to be closer to family and instantly loved our new neighborhood. We love living in this community, it’s like living in a small town. One of my favorite things to do is DIY and crafting projects, for me, this is how I relax from the day to day grind.