Spell Caster’s Full Moon Supper is an opportunity for Women to Gather and Explore the Magick of the Moon, Experience the Power in Community, and Engage with One Another in Supportive and Compassionate Sharing. 

Spell Caster’s Intimate Full Moon Pop Up Suppers are curated around the energy and intentions of the Month’s Full Moon, and are exclusively designed to bring Women together in a safe and nurturing environment.

Spell Caster’s Full Moon Supper
Spell Caster’s Full Moon Supper

April’s Full Pink Moon

“What a little moonlight can do. Wait a while ‘till a little moonbeam comes peepin’ through.” ~ Billie Holiday

A Divine Feminine Collective for the Mind, Body, and Spirit, this intimate gathering is where women share, learn, and experience the Power and Magick of Community within the Energy of the Full Moon. 

The April Full Moon Supper

April 23rd brings us the Scorpio Full Moon on the cusp of Aries and Taurus. This year’s Pink Full Moon follows the Full Solar Eclipse and rises on the tail end of Mercury Retrograde. Woooo Wheeee. She’s bound to be a doozy. And we are excited to gather around her royal pinkness.

Why Pink?

Well, she’s not actually pink. April’s Full Pink Moon refers to the early springtime blooms of the pink wildflower, creeping phlox, or moss phlox, which also goes by the name “moss pink.” So, the full beauty glows her lush light on the wild pink flowers native to North America. 

Her big bright highness has also gone by the endearing monikers, Breaking Ice Moon (Algonquin), Moon When the Streams Are Again Navigable (Dakota), Budding Moon of Plants and Shrubs (Tlingit), Moon of the Red Grass Appearing (Oglala), and Moon When the Ducks Come Back (Lakota). We’ll just go with the short and sweet “Pink Moon,” though the Duck one is our favorite.

What’s with the Pink Full Moon?

As with all Full Moons, the April Full Moon has a spiritual significance, and though it varies between cultures, the energy of the Full Moon is considered powerful in all of them. 

In the Northern Hemisphere, April signifies the beginning of Spring. We sluff off our winter skin and, hopefully, those winter pounds as we spring forward into renewal and rebirth. I like to think of it as Spring’s Spiritual Do-Overs. Under the Pink Moon energy, our renewal is done with love and compassion. 

But it’s not all cotton candy and fluff. We are reminded that this Full Moon is in the mysterious, watery, fixed sign of Scorpio. This means we can expect to be introspective and possibly a little emotional with ourselves. The Moon isn’t just encouraging new beginnings; it is nudging us to release things that are keeping us from our expansion. 

Old patterns and habits that may keep us in a space of lack or fear must be severed to open us up for abundance and freedom. Scorpio wants us to maximize our resources and make room for new positive possibilities, but we must first release those attachments, keeping us connected to the low vibrations of scarcity and negativity. And that’s where our Full Moon Supper comes in to guide you through the emotional release and celebrate the new potential. 

April’s Full Moon Supper’s Experience

The evening begins at 6:00 PM at The Venue in Taylor, Texas. Once everyone has arrived and “Hellos” have been shared, we will begin our 30-minute Guided Release Ritual Mediation. I promise it’s not as complicated as it sounds.  

Full Moon Release Ritual

Our Full Moon Ritual is a Guided Release Meditation. A Release Ritual addresses lingering emotional attachment to self-limiting beliefs, negative thoughts and feelings, connections to individuals, habits, and/or patterns that are holding us back and causing us to feel depleted, disconnected, and stagnant. The Release Ritual will discharge the energies that no longer serve our higher self, allowing us to renew our sense of confidence and ignite our self-love, liberating and preparing us for the growth and rebirth the Full Pink Mook wants to bring into our lives. 

Post Release

Once we have completed our Full Moon Ritual, we will gather for some goodness in our bellies. Your bowl will be filled with a nourishing plant-based and gluten-free Kitchari to honor your energetic release and encourage a healthy balance. Plant-based sweets for dessert will follow because we’re not that hard-core. 

The Brass Tacks: 

  • 6:00 PM Arrival and Check In
  • Bring Your Own Bowl (and Spoon)
  • Bring a Yoga Mat and any comfort needs (pillow, bolster, blanket…)
  • The Venue will have Wine available for purchase if you’d like to toast the Full Moon with Supper


The Venue
115 West 2nd Street
Taylor, Texas 76574

Tickets are $37.95
**Capacity is Limited

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Meet Your Host!

Gretchen Upshaw  Hello, I’m Gretchen 

As the founder of Spell Caster Ghost Tours and the Full Moon Supper, I am excited to curate each Full Moon Supper Gathering with the intention of connecting to the power of the Moon and Divine Feminine Energy. A self-declared Moon Whisperer, my vision for a Magickal Community of Women has been clear for over a decade. My Lunar Leader finally said, “Get her done, Girl!”  My intention has always been to create a safe space for women to learn about their Self through the power of positive group energies whilst making beautiful connections and cultivating new friendships. It’s truly an honor to be steering this ship into the wonders of a new adventure. 


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