Grab all your summer party supplies at The Skinny Dip with a Coterie pop-up Sat. June 22

Proceeds go to a great cause


Coterie, a self-described “one-stop-shop for elevated party supplies” hosts a summer party at The Skinny Dip on Sat. June 22 — and you’re invited. Head to the King Street store from 1-5 p.m. and shop the Coterie’s collection of party supplies.

Just in time for the first weekend of summer, this pop-up will have all the gear you need to throw a kickass summer shindig. Coterie sells themed party sets for baby showers, bridal parties, birthday celebrations, and more.
Might we recommend the “Rainbow Pride Set” for a Pride month set-up, the “Together Forever” bridal set for all your bach party needs, and the “U.S. of Yay!” set for the Fourth of July (duh).

Starting at around $50, these sets include everything you need for a get-together: plates, napkins, cups, cutlery, balloons, confetti, and more. You can always build-your-own kit too, making the Pinterest-happy guys and gals out there very, very happy.
In addition to shopping these special sets, guests at The Skinny Dip can check out a DIY tie-dye station, fresh frose (your first one is free), make-up touch-up stations, a braid bar, and raffle prizes.

All event proceeds will be donated to the Confetti Foundation, a nonprofit that supplies birthday supplies to hospitalized children.

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