Grow Your Business with Fun Vendor Tables!

Hosting a table at a local vendor event, farmer’s market, or craft faire can be the perfect opportunity to meet new people, build interest, invite prospects to scheduled classes, and grow your organization!

The image in the table runner above wasn’t the correct dimensions (should have used a square), so I need to replace it. I make mistakes, so you don’t have to!

It’s also the perfect way to train your new builders, since they will have the opportunity to practice explaining the value of your product and tell all their favorite “victory stories” with your supervision and input. The repetition will perfect their skills and build their confidence.

Tables can be as simple or creative as you feel like doing, but be careful not to make it hard. Simplicity is king!

If it winds up being a pain, you (and your team) will be less likely to want to repeat the experience, and you may burn everyone out, including yourself. 

Make sure you have a primary “theme” to your booth and focus only one one or two Starter Kits. Don’t overwhelm prospects with too many choices.

If you’re looking for super inexpensive signage, this is the way to go!

These customizable table runners on Amazon can lay right over your regular solid table cloth and still display a beautiful sign that lets people know what your booth is all about. (I’ll update this photo after my next event, since it obviously doesn’t fit my coffee table in the example).

Check HERE for a few graphic designs I created for you to use on your own table runner, or you can make your own in Canva and upload it to Amazon when you’re ready to check out.

The runners even come in different colors and sizes. 

Table Runner Link HERE 

Table Runner Downloadable Graphic Designs HERE

Click on graphics selections to download free high res images.

Host a DIY booth while demonstrating the versatility and value of the Premium Starter Bundle. Click HERE to edit the table sign below in Canva with your own QR code, save as a PDF, and print for your booth. Or just click on the sign below and print without a QR code.

Prospects can make a sample roller, dropper, or spray to take home. They can select a label for whichever starter kit oils you recommend from the list of labels on the sign. Feel free to download and print the wellness roller labels for them to choose from. 

Example: The “Tummy Soothe” could include Digize, Lemon, or Peppermint (or a combination of all three). It’s up to you, and is a great way to open the conversation and demonstrate the versatility of the Starter Kit.

Although they will be receiving the full value of an adorable $10 roller bottle they will love, they are also getting a sample of 15-20 free drops of oils from the Premium Starter Bundle (which is what you want them to focus on)!

IMPORTANT: It’s important to note, since we aren’t allowed to “sell” just 15 drops of oil, the oil drops are free, it is the roller bottle, label, and carrier oil they are paying for.

Remember, the goal is to help them see the abundant value in getting started with a Starter Kit – to begin their healthy lifestyle journey (not just to “sell” a kit)!

Click HERE for a printable Enrollment Form.

If you don’t want to worry about a QR code, just download the ready-to-print table sign below as is.

And the acrylic table signs can be found on Amazon HERE.

But if you just want the “basics” to get started, here is an Amazon wishlist for my Kit in a Box

Here are a few more signs you can use at your booth. Feel free to edit the Canva template at the link below and make them your own.

Wellness Bar Sign (featured above)

(Wellness Bar Label Collection)

Hostess Incentive Flyer/Sign

Wellness Class Sign 

Mom’s Wellness Stash Sign (Cheat Sheet)

Here’s a replay from a fun class we hosted about Summer Vendor Events:

And here’s another class HERE


To get started using therapeutic-grade essential oils with your family, I recommend purchasing Young Living’s amazing Premium Starter Kit & get personalized help from me! Learn more here.

By the way, I am not a doctor – just a mom who uses essential oils in her own family. Please know that any information provided on The Common Scents Mom is for educational purposes only. It is not intended to prescribe, diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease, nor replace current medical treatment or drugs prescribed by your healthcare professional. The statements made have not been evaluated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). It is your responsibility to educate yourself and address any health or medical needs you may have with your physician. Please seek professional help when needed.