2nd Annual

Cola Rosé Shower

28. Jan. 2023. Williams-Brice Stadium

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What is the Rosé Shower?

In its second year, the Cola Rosé Shower celebrates women and promotes awareness to feminine care issues that plague women in the Greater Columbia community. By supporting initiatives like feminine healthcare and period poverty, Held at Williams-Brice Stadium, the event aims to turn Columbia’s most masculine symbol pink for a day to promote unity around the cause of feminine care.

After 10 years of being challenged with fibroids undergoing all possible treatments, iron infusions, and several surgeries I had no choice but to have a hysterectomy at age 36. As women, so much is expected of us that we often suffer in silence and we are never given the opportunity to speak about our plights. My hysterectomy not only gave me back my life, it gave me the courage to share my story.

At 36 years of age, I do not have children, so instead of having a baby shower… I decided to have a Rosé Shower, my version of a baby shower. Instead of receiving gifts, I wanted to bring awareness to feminine care and period poverty by asking everyone to wear a shade of pink and bring feminine products to be donated to Sistercare Women’s Shelter. What better place to have it than William Brice Stadium, to turn the most masculine symbol in Columbia pink for a day!

The Rosé Shower is a celebration of women and feminine healthcare.  Whether battling cancer, fibroids, endometriosis, infertility, facing a hysterectomy, menopause, or other healthcare challenges, the Rosé Shower provides a place to be seen, heard, and celebrated.  We bring awareness to feminine health and little-known struggles, such as period poverty.

All women, despite age, ethnicity, etc., face their own struggles, or has a mother, sister, aunt, cousin, or friend who can relate. God has blessed me in so many ways and has put me on this journey for reasons only He can fathom.  This is truly a journey of unity, one that we can do together!

Cola Rosé Shower celebrates women and feminine healthcare in South Carolina through awareness and product donations to nonprofits impacting women. Interested in being involved? Please click the RSVP Next Event to send us a message.

Period Poverty

Imagine missing out on daily life simply because you do not have the money to afford feminine supplies………


Sistercare’s mission is to provide traumainformed services, to advocate for domestic violence survivors…….

The Period Project

The Period Project provides education to schools, shelters, churches and community leaders to eradicate period poverty……..

Deonna Wylie


Listen to the Mom MIC Podcast episode to hear my story on how dealing with fibroids for the past 10 years changed my trajectory of what being a mother looks like and how having a hysterectomy in my 30s birth the Rosé Shower!

Deonna Wylie