This past weekend my family and I spent some time in San Luis Obispo.
Rated number 1 in the U.S ., and I can see why!
I was so excited to photograph the fun and share it with you. I was like a kid in a candy store.
I took a lot of photographs. This was a two day event, so I decided to split this post in two.
Let’s meet some of my favorite vendors.
The grounds where picturesque! I shot this image of the sun rising for a perfect day.
It was held in the Expo event center at the Madonna Inn. My son loved the room we stayed in,
it was a cowboy themed room and his imagination ran wild.
This was what I saw when I first walked in!
There was so much to see! Over 100 vendors.
(WARNING: I use, stunning, gorgeous, amazing, love, so, and many more of my favorite words over and over, so don’t say I didn’t warn you. LOL)
It was a fall themed event, and the vendor’s went all out!
Here is a close up of A Beautiful Mess, booth. I love the old wine barrels and pumpkins.
The structure was huge.
The vignettes were set up with attention to detail, and so there was so much inspiration.
Yes, I went home with a few finds myself.
Doesn’t this look like large barrels of wheat?
Here is a snap shot of Victoria Stoehrs booth.
WOW, this women sets up beautiful vignettes and is
very creative. Everyone worked so hard on their displays.
I found some gorgeous jewelry, from A Beautiful Mess.
These pillows are from Erik and Daniel of Euro Linens.
They are a beautiful couple that work very hard on their products, and are always smiling.
Here is a close-up of my favorite pillow.
Some French letters.
You all know how much I love old books wrapped in twine.
This is one of my favorite booths. I love the chippy white
shutters, and candelabras.
I ordered of few of these pumpkins from A Beautiful Mess. I can’t wait to show
you what I do with them.
Isn’t this stunning???
Any ideas of what you could do with this???
This booth is Ormolu. Deborah has such a creative imagination. I will have more
images of her one-of-a-kind booth in day two.
First prize big anyone???
I don’t know what this is,but it looks hand made and so unique.
Isn’t this a clever way to display French transfer ware? My favorite.
Another one of my favorite booths, I love the religious relics and all the chippy white
and gray furniture.
The bottles and chandelier’s are to die for. I want one of these little homes that hold
the religious figurines in.
…that is all for now folks,
to be continued….
Have a wonderful day!
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