TDPP's 2nd Annual Women Lead Orlando



What a night! We had the great pleasure partnering with at The MEZZ to host some of the City’s most influential Women! We not only had a one-of-a-kind evening featuring a 4-Course dinner with a wine-pairing, cocktails by Tito’s Handmade Vodka, and coffee by Credo, but a beautifully curated conversation around the topic of kindness and what that looks like for the trailblazing women of the City Beautiful! 



We kicked the night off with Spring inspired cocktails by Tito's Handmade Vodka, and delicious hors d’oeuvres, provided by Orlando Meats!



We still can’t decide which was our favorite cocktail from the night! All three were to die for! Watermelon-Limoncello Collins, Lemonade Prosecco Punch and the Blackberry Martini. So good!!


Each table was outfitted with gorgeous flowers from InBloom Florist. The inspiring conversation about kindness in the workplace flowed over a fresh field greens salad, provided by The Butcher and Baker, and the assortment of Neapolitan pizzas, provided by The Neapolitan Pizza Company! It was truly an honor to not only be in the presence of these incredible women, but to also witness the connections forming, and uplifting messages of kindness being spread!


And, of course, what better way to end the night than with some incredible Sweet By Holly cupcakes, and coffee from Credo!  Each  guest went home with a gift bag filled with awesome goodies from Ananda Candles, Healing Butterfly Matcha Tea, Tito's Handmade Vodka, Sweet by Holly, and InBloom Florist to gift to a woman in their life that they value! 



We’re still pinching ourselves on how spectacular the evening was! It’s our greatest pleasure hosting events like these which bring the community together over great food & drinks and inspiring conversation! A huge thank you to all our sponsors, including, pecox, Beth Hobart & REVEL - rentals + design, who made this night possible. And to the Women who Lead Orlando, you all inspire us daily!



We can’t wait to see you all again next year! XO

The night was captured by Jarred Paluzzi (@jpaluzzophotorgraphy)!