With a flare for the uncommon, Creative Tide hosted an outdoor party at the boatyard Port Annapolis that was no ordinary dinner party.
Consisting of talented design professionals who are also small business owners from the Annapolis area, Creative Tide meets regularly to discuss the design field, their businesses, and everyday concerns like schools and motherhood. It’s much better than your typical networking group because the members share a common purpose: they possess “a passion to grow their businesses in creative ways” and value “a powerful meeting of minds” which “allows continual education, growth, and energy.” Furthermore, they “embrace the Annapolis lifestyle and all that our community has to offer, and hope to cultivate the growing design/arts/fashion movement.”
On the afternoon of the event, members showed up at Port Annapolis with wares from their homes and individual shops. Most of the furniture and accessories for the party came from Dreamhouse Studios, owned by Kim Mohr and Erin Olexia. Ellen Allen of Ellen Allen Annapolis provided items such as the Sadler Ice Bucket and Sadler Glass Ware. Designer Victoria Larson of Victoria Larson Textiles supplied the St. Barth’s Gate fabric in navy on X benches and pillows.
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