We had several local musicians perform, including my sister Lauren of course. She performed with a friend of hers, and their duets were gorgeous. One of our volunteers coordinated all of the musicians and it was fun to be serenaded by great music while we shopped.
We also had some fabulous sponsors for our event this year, including Silly Monkey Photo Booths that provided a free photo booth! My sister Lauren and I definitely had fun with our pictures (you can see them here).
And Oriental Trading Company sent us a box full of goodies for our make and take table. A whole assortment of fun holiday crafts! A local Girl Scout troop were the volunteers that organized the table and helped with demonstrations during the event.
And the Cowtown Indie Bazaar vendors were seriously amazing. I was blown away with the quality of everything that people had in their booths. From gorgeous leather handbags to quirky note cards, and everything in between.
The whole weekend felt like whirlwind. But in a good way. I got to spend it surrounded by other makers and promoting the handmade community. And now the 2015 Cowtown Indie Bazaar is now just a year away!
All photo’s courtesy of the Cowtown Indie Bazaar photo booth sponsor Silly Monkey Photo Booths