Travel & Experiences

TFTI Experience

December 3, 2018

I had so much fun over the weekend at TFTI Houston! My parents offered to babysit so I could finally have a MUCH needed mom break and my friend and I were looking for something fun to do for an hour or two before going to a Christmas party so we decided to check it out! TFTI (stands for Thanks For The Invite) is the ultimate Instagram-able pop-up shop! Overall, we loved our TFTI experience. There are several different rooms with lots of unique photo-ops in each including a love themed room with pretty faux roses everywhere and a large light up sign. 

The upside down Christmas room was definitely my favorite. Everything in the room is upside down so when you stand in it and take your picture flipping the image upside down makes it look like you are hanging from the ceiling. This worked out perfectly because we were going to an ugly Christmas sweater party afterwards so I happened to have my sweater in my bag and threw it on for the picture.

There is also a cloud themed room with some pretty sweet origami, a neon sign, and a swing.

I loved this rainbow wall room that had pillows and feathers for pillow fights which made for some pretty hilarious boomerangs.

 I would definitely recommend checking out TFTI for a fun hour of entertainment. The cost is $30 per ticket. This is a pop-up photo experience so it will only be in the Houston area until the end of this month, December 30th so go while you can! They are open Thursday through Sunday. As mentioned I had a babysitter for my kids but I did see a lot of kids there which would be really cute to get some unique pictures with your kiddos. If you are from the Houston area you will probably remember going to the once popular DRINK Houston, TFTI is now in that same building so we had fun reminiscing about our wild and crazy DRINK Houston days…. from about 100 years ago 🙂

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    Jasmine Hewitt
    December 6, 2018 at 12:06 pm

    too bad it’s not in San Antonio, I’d love to go here!

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    Amy @ Orison Orchards
    December 6, 2018 at 4:11 pm

    I love your photos– especially the upside-down one! I didn’t even know these existed, I’m going to have to search one out!

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    Erin @ Her Heartland Soul
    December 10, 2018 at 6:46 am

    How cool is this!! I attended something similar to this in Chicago!

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