The WTA stars have had a blast off the court in Bastad this week, including the player party.
WTA Rising Stars Annika Beck and Dinah Pfizenmaier were among the many WTA stars in attendance.
There was even some magic at the party - as Nicole Melichar of the United States found out...
The players - including Grace Min - also kept busy throughout the week with a series of Xerox visits.
Chanelle Scheepers, who would eventually make the final in Bastad, headed over to a Xerox suite visit.
Sofia Arvidsson, a former Swedish No.1 and always a home favorite, took part in a Q&A session.
And current Swedish No.1 Johanna Larsson, a two-time finalist in Bastad, did the same.
Larsson made the final here in 2011, losing to Polona Hercog, and in 2013, falling to Serena Williams.
The Collector Swedish Open isn't just a big tennis event though - there was a big concert too...
The tournament hosted Agnes, a Swedish pop star who was the winner of Swedish Idol in 2005.
Agnes' biggest hit has been Release Me, a Top 10 hit across Europe - and peaking at No.3 in the UK.
She's had several No.1s in Sweden too, and she rocked the center court at the Collector Swedish Open.
At the end of the week, though, trophies - María-Teresa Torró-Flor and Andreja Klepac in doubles...
And Mona Barthel in singles. Barthel came away with the third WTA title of her career.
And it will certainly help her in her quest to qualify for either Singapore or Sofia...