Well this post is long overdue – over a week in fact! However I returned from my weekend away in Seattle to a rather hectic week playing catch-up, and sadly haven’t had a chance to post about the fantastic experience that was blogshop until now. As predicted, blogshop was awesome. I learnt a ton, met some fabulous ladies and returned home fully inspired. I won’t go in to too much detail about what we learnt – there was A LOT packed in to the weekend – but will say that I highly recommend you attend if you can. It’s well worth it – Bri and Angela are great teachers.
So without further ado, here are a few pictures I managed to take over the weekend… Oh and I’ll be practicing some of the tips and tricks I learnt in the next few blog posts, so thanks in advance for bearing with me as I try a few new things out :)
The weekend took place at Fred Wildlife Refuge - a fun event space and photo studio in Seattle’s Capitol Hill area. And true to it’s name, various wildlife popped up in different places around the building…
Table decor and beautiful vintage vignettes were provided by Scout Vintage Rentals - they did such a lovely job! Check out their website for pictures of more beautiful vintage arrangements.It makes me wish I had a warehouse to store all the vintage treasures I find but have to pass up due to lack of space (although limited funds don’t help either).
Here’s a little glimpse at what the room looked like… well this was my view for much of the weekend anyways.
And I couldn’t go without mentioning our (much needed) afternoon pick-me-up on the second day, which included a mimosa and possibly the yummiest cupcake I’ve ever had courtesy of Trophy Cupcakes. It was a s’more in cupcake form – a chocolate cupcake with marshmallow icing and graham cracker crust – and was in a word, delicious.
All in all, it was an amazing weekend.