|Ali, Andi, Me|
This is what greeted us at the entrance…
Ali and I got there a little earlier than Andi, and we headed first to Marian‘s booth as Ali had won her contest for who travelled the farthest to come to Lucketts (all the way from California!). So she got to spend $50 in her booth! Here is Ali with Marian after making her purchase…
We were able to stop by and visit with several friends. We stopped by the Wild Rose booth, of course, which looked fabulous! Erin and Sherry are the new owners and are full of energy and excitement and style!
|Erin and Sherry, Wild Rose Owners|
And a couple shots of their setup…. (My partner, Sarah, was a vendor with them this year as well! She sold the most amazing chairs I wanted!!!!)
We also stopped in to see all the ladies at the Stylish Patina Barn, where Sarah and I will be new vendors next month!
My good friend Kathy is a vendor with them and she has such a distinct eye for design… see those awesome lights??? She is beautiful, inside and out- a true soul who I am happy to call my friend.
Heather is a new vendor there who is so talented as well!
When I arrived she was busy selling this awesome chair!
I was also drooling over these chairs in the Stylish Patina booth.
I stopped by to see Deborah who was a shopper last year, and she had told me she painted furniture, too! I was so happy for her that she was a vendor this year! She was right next to Connie who I just met today. Since we came on Sunday, it looked like their booth was pretty wiped out!
|Connie and Deborah|
My friend Pam has been a vendor there for 5 years now! She has some of the most fun colorful furniture- love this green dresser!
The last vendor I met (who I was searching fro so I could say hi because I love her blog!!) was Kristen from Sophia’s Decor. She is so talented and so sweet! Her husband was there with her, and they are a fabulous team! We chatted about how awesome our husbands are. 🙂 Isn’t she adorable?
Here are some other fun scenes from the market….
I wanted this chair, but not the price!
Ali wanted this chair, but we didn’t think it would fit in the overhead compartment of the airplane.
After hitting the market we headed into the store for some fun….
I tried on this adorable vintage dress as I have a wedding to go to in 2 weeks…. sadly, as you can see, my top was lacking for this dress. (I had to try it on over my clothes!)
So the dress did not come home with me, but here is what did…
I got this awesome industrial metal bin that I will be making into a mini vegetable garden since we did not have a chance to till one this Spring. My kids wanted to be in the picture. 🙂
Pretty vintage fabric….
A little garden chick….
A cute little deer dish for Emmy to use with her babies. I personally loved it. Chris said “Well, I bet that vendor was thinking, thank goodness someone finally bought that thing.”
I had seen this print on Kristen’s blog and was hoping it would be there… I just love it!
Some fun paint by numbers for $2 each…
(Oh, and I snapped this picture of Andi while Ali and I were photographing our treasures- we wore her out!)
I got these letters for the playroom for $1 total
Sweet little vanity tray….
After hitting Lucketts, we went to Brewer’s Alley in Frederick for a late lunch, and then shopped around town. We headed to Angelique’s gorgeous shop…. SO many pretty things I coveted! While walking around we spotted a place for modeling classes for just $20. So Andi and I took a quick lesson…. here is a sampling of our new skills….
All in all, it was an amazing day filled with fun and friends! I could not have asked for a better day!