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Spring at the Silos Recap

April 13, 2018

Spring at the Silos Recap

There’s no better way to bring in the spring season than with our Spring at the Silos event! This is a free event where we close down the streets surrounding the Silos and bring in vendors and food trucks from all around the country for a unique shopping experience.

If you weren’t able to make it out to this year’s event, or if you just want to relive these beautiful floral displays that our visual and events teams put together, we’ve documented the whole weekend for you to check out.

Spring at the Silos Recap

So much goes into the planning and installation of our event displays. This year, we went with a tamed overgrowth look to reflect the display inside the Market and play off of the spring Magnolia Journal cover. For the entrance, the green jeep and a few photo ops throughout the grounds, we installed floral displays made up of a greenery base that was finished off with a mix of both handmade and fresh flowers.

Spring at the Silos Recap

Our garden team planted over 10,000 tulip and daffodil bulbs this past fall, and they bloomed just in time for Spring at the Silos! White, yellow, pink and red flowers popped up all over the grounds and set the scene for the event.

Spring at the Silos Recap

We hosted 50 vendors from all across the country at this year’s vendor fair. These artisans and craftsmen are handpicked to come share their art, wares, and products, and this is hands down the highlight of the event. Everything from jewelry and home decor to dresses and hats—even plenty of gifts for the guys made their way to the Silos this year!

Spring at the Silos Recap

The food trucks at the event kept everyone coming back for more. They were serving up everything from gourmet waffles and sliders to safe-to-eat cookie dough and donuts.

Spring at the Silos Recap

Spring at the Silos is a celebration of the most beautiful and colorful season of all. We loved ringing it in with so many guests from all over. Thank you so much to all who came, and be sure to stay tuned to hear about more of our upcoming events!

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  • Joyce Dewitt
    5:06 pm, April 19, 2018
    Happy Birthday Jo! I have been so inspired by your show and magazine and on line market and book and well everything! I hope to visit from Michigan some day. I keeping thinking I should start a store. Anyway, many blessings to you and your wonderful family and I hope this is your best birthday yet! p.s. can I sale your stuff at my store?
  • Sandra Wasielewski
    4:42 pm, April 19, 2018
    My daughter and I love everything Magnolia. We have purchased several pieces to update my old cottage. I am 73 but watching fixer upper was always the highlight of my Tuesday. Will miss you, but will always be a huge fan. Plan to visit Waco this year so excited. Best wishes to you and your family.
  • Maria Bruno
    1:50 pm, April 19, 2018
    LOVE YOUR SHOW SO MUCH REALLY GOING TO MISS YOU GUYS . YOUR STYLE IS SO BEAUTIFUL & INSPIRATIONAL , I WATCHED EVERY ONE OF YOUR SHOWS & THE RERUNS.GOD BLESS YOU.
  • Evaney B
    1:15 pm, April 19, 2018
    Happy Birthday Lovely!! You Guys inspire me soooo much!!! Im going to really really miss the show!! May God continue to bless you and your family & friends❤ Peace & Love
  • Cate Lyons
    12:22 pm, April 19, 2018
    My sisters and I were in Waco this past weekend for a getaway holiday. You have a lovely facility at the Silos, but we wondered why you don't have recycling bins for all the plastic and cans you generate there? Coming from a state that has mandatory one-stream recycling, and considering your interest in sustainability and the environment, we were puzzled by that situation. It felt very strange to be throwing recyclables in the trash.
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