A Tailor’d Picnics plans the socially distant event of your dreams
Confession: I’m 31 and I’ve never been on a picnic before. Now sure, I live in Florida and picnic weather is pretty much everyday but I haven’t taken the opportunity to do so. Now with Coronavirus going on, finding socially distanced activities is a challenge sometimes. Picnics are great because they’re a simpler, inexpensive way to have a great time and adhere to the rules. All you need is a blanket and some good food.
I came across A Tailor’d Picnics on IG and had to interview Bri ASAP. The interview was great and her business is booming now. It couldn’t have come at a “perfect” time. I got to chat with her about her business and what’s next for her:
“Finding socially distant activities for small groups can be a challenge, but there’s always one that never fails: a picnic.
Spending an afternoon or evening at the park with friends or your trusted, and regularly coronavirus-tested family members—all while eating a full meal or cute finger foods and sipping on something refreshing—can be a godsend for your mental health. But some people must always level up, no matter what they’re doing.
Thankfully there’s someone who can help you with that. A Tailor’d Picnics owner Bri Anderson started her business early this summer as a way to blend her two favorite things: being outside and snacking.
“It doesn’t matter if I’m in the office or restaurant, I have my snacks. I already like to be outside so having good drinks and snacks is everything to me,” Anderson tells Creative Loafing Tampa Bay.”
After our interview, we talked for a bit and realized our birthdays are close together plus we planned a picnic for the both of us! Read more about Bri and A Tailor’d Picnics here and follow her online here, here, and here.
Photo c/o A Tailor’d Picnics