I'll take any opportunity I can to brag about the boss ladies in my family. This weekend I witnessed those women do some rad work in Waco for Magnolia Market's 'Spring at the Silos.'
My cousins' custom jewelry company, All The Wire, was among several dozen of the most unique artisans from all over the country who were invited to the Spring Break fair.
From the moment the sun came up, to the early evening hours, thousands of people swarmed through the booths set up alongside the Fixer-Upper couple's infamous silos.
Hundreds of those shoppers excitedly made their way into the All The Wire booth for their own handmade cuffs, necklaces, Mexican blankets, t-shirts, pillowcases, handbags, and more!
Everyone had a unique story to tell and I watched my cousins make those stories come to life.
My mother also happens to be the ATW home goods designer, so it was pretty surreal to see her handbags and pillowcases being sold at such an event.
While the heads of ATW, Desi & Tori, hammered their hearts out for hours on end, Mom (and several other awesome ladies in our family) worked the floor selling. And boy, did they sell!
Below are some of the pictures between the moments of absolute shopping madness!
FUN FACT: Joanna Gaines bought two pieces of jewelry, Chip's mother bought the same two pieces of jewelry, and Joanna's little girls got matching Mexican friendship bracelets!
Yes, I'm really freaking proud.