The Color Wheelz Mobile Painting Parties

F.A.Q.

Browse through The Color Wheelz Mobile Painting Events & Parties frequently asked questions.

Where can I host my event?

Just about anywhere! Reserve a shelter at the park; use your local clubhouse, community center, recreation center, or your own home.


What if I have less than 10 painters?

That's fine! The starting price is a flat rate for your private event. Pricing is only adjusted if there are more than 10 painters.


How do I book my event?

Book your event here. A non-refundable deposit of $100.00 is collected via credit card. The remaining balance is due by day of your event.


How far in advance should I book my event?

The sooner the better to ensure that you get your preferred date & time. A final guest headcount is needed 7 days before the event.


What if my headcount changes after I’ve given my final headcount?

Once the final headcount is submitted 7 days in advance, you are financially responsible for that total. No adjustments are made to the pricing for guests that cancel last minute or are “no shows” due to the advanced preparation involved…(scheduling coverage for your event, pre sketching canvas, ordering of supplies) *Any unused canvas or wine glasses are yours to keep. If you need to add a few more painters, please email or call ASAP, we will try our best to accommodate.

Is there a travel or set up fee?

There is never a set up fee! A travel fee may apply if event location is over a 25 mile radius of 34638. For more details contact us.

Are tables provided?

No. We provide drop cloths to cover your tables. Please allow at least 2 feet of space per painter for table top easels and canvas.

How should guests dress?

Painters will wear full length aprons; however, acrylic paint will stain clothing.....so wearing your favorite jeans is not suggested.


Will there be a break during the class?

Yes! there will be a break.

Kids parties will have time for pizza/snacks/potty etc. (After the first 30 minutes of painting)....We suggest having birthday cake at the end of class while paintings are drying.