Photo via Amy Merrick
So many reasons to head over to the Portland Bazaar this weekend. I already told you how Portland Apothecary will have some items for sale there. Can't wait! And my favorite local flower girl Anna Mara will be there too selling some of her lovely giftable holiday plants.
I'm also really excited to hear that Amy Merrick is flying out for some wreath making classes. The classes sold out in a flash, of course, but I'm still looking forward to hopefully catching some glimpses of the wreath making in action and getting some inspiration.
The brain child of Grace Bonney of Design*Sponge created as Portland's answer to the Brooklyn Flea, the Portland Bazaar is going to be such a fun event with classes, music, food, and a killer roster of local sellers including:
Boys Fort, Solabee, Beam & Anchor, Wood & Faulk, Antler & Co., Ampersand, Beam & Anchor, Phloem Studio, Alder & Co, Frazier & Wing, OLO, Bridge & Burn, Satsuma Press, Sketchbook, Seaworthy, Julianna Swaney, Schoolhouse Electric & Supply Co., stone and honey, Little Otsu, Walnut Studio, Reading Frenzy, Shwood Shop, Beckel Canvas Products, Confectionery, Grove, Maak Soap Lab, Egg Press, Una, Kim Boyce, Eric Trine, Laura Irwin, Caravan Pacific, Favor Jewelry, Draplin, Summerland, Pigeon Toe Ceramics, Good Flock, Woonwinkel, xobruno, Riding the Hermes, Woodblock Chocolate, Kinetic Creatures, Chop Butchery, Hand Eye Supply, Megabolt, New Deal, Beacon Sound, Heartwood, Nice Work, Spacecraft, Btwn Wind + Water, Capricorn Bicycles, Revive, Floyd + Francess and more . . .
The beautifully curated online boutique Summerland will have a booth which will include a collection of things culled from the archives of my old store Le Train Bleu. I hear it's best to arrive early for the best selection. Can't wait to finally make some progress on my holiday shopping!
Photo via Summerland