“Bon Temps,” (“bon tohn”) is much more than just a business name. It means “good times,” in French and comes from our deep South Louisiana roots. It means living life the only way we know how—full of grand times with grand people. So whether you’re from round here or not, we invite you to come on in, stay a while, and (most importantly chère), let the good times roll.
Bon Temps Collective
Where Good Times are Born
At Bon Temps, we aim to bring people together, whether it’s around business advice or a Bless Your Heart Mug full of coffee. We don’t see ourselves as a brand so much as we do a charge. To gather soulful people, to push them skyward, and to love them hard. It’s a charge we’re honored to take up.
From the community we build together, to goods in the store, to the biz advice on the blog, we’ll be thinking of you. And most of all, we promise it’ll always be big fun. Thanks for stopping in, and tell ya mom and them we said hey.
The Things We Keep Close
This place is nothing without its tribe! None of it works without you, the ones we do it all for.
Because great community and great art are born when good ideas are executed with absolute perfection.
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No. We’re not saying we believe in ourselves (although we do)! We believe in good times. Combined with superb quality, they makes for one hell of an unforgettable experience.
When it comes to our customers, we’re not shooting for satisfaction. We want jubilant, overjoyed, ecstatic.
Because you deserve nothing less.
“Collette is so talented — I can’t give her enough stars for the work she did for my wedding! Not only was she able to perfectly understand and capture the vision we wanted (even from my very vague descriptions!) — she took it to the next level with her impeccable taste and amazing artistic eye. Her talent and skill truly elevated the look of our wedding and had everyone talking! To this day people will ask me who designed the invitations. Collette was also incredibly friendly and easy to work with, and made everything feel like a total breeze for us. So glad we had her!”