Ceramic Painting

$50.00 (deposit)

Have your own ceramic party and celebrate in a private or semi-private setting in our studio.

It’s 6 guests minimum Monday through Thursday and a 10 guest minimum on the weekends.

WHAT'S INCLUDED IN MY CERAMIC PARTY:

  • Up to 2.5 hours of studio time
  • Just 6 guests on weekdays and 10 guests on weekends
  • Just a $5 studio fee plus the cost of your piece
  • Instructor guided help to assist guests with their ceramics
  • Set up and clean up of the party area
  • We provide wine glasses for your BYOB
  • You can bring food & drinks
A final headcount will be requested 24 hours prior to your party.

Yes, bring it along!  We have glasses and bottle openers.  Finger food, snacks, and small-bites platters are good.  Just nothing that needs to be heated or plugged-in, for safety reasons.  Don’t forget to bring your paper and plastic ware.

Adding additional guests after the final headcount is given may be accommodated if space is available.

If guest lists drops below the final headcount given,  you will be charged  based on the final headcount.

Do you want your guests to pay their way by signing up individually?

No problem! Just let us know and we will post your party on our website calendar for each of your guests to sign-up in advance. We’ll share a unique URL just for you. Manage your guests – we’ll even list for you who’s signed up and who’s not.

There is a 10 person minimum on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Mon.- Thurs. there is a 6 person minimum. You can change your party once before 10 days prior to your original date. Your deposit is fully refunded only on the day of your party or can be applied to the remaining party balance which is due at the end of your party.

You can add extra time to your party at $25 per half hour.

We will contact you a week in advance to get a more accurate headcount to be prepared for your party. All accompanying guests are expected to be participating in the party.

If you have your guests pay their own way in advance through our website you will be responsible for any shortfalls in the guest count at the time of the party.