The event was a sweet success! The weather was beautiful which led to great foot traffic around Atlantic Station, some familiar faces stopped by and the whoopie pies were DELICIOUS! I hung out from 1-4 chatting with the makers and running around snapping photos (and lets be honest, checking out all the awesome new Spring/Summer inventory, swoon!)
Kept it casual in a Madewell top, Joes Jeans denim, Free People slip-ons, Neva Opet necklace and Warby Parker glasses.
The maker’s booths were set up directly in front as you walked in so shoppers couldn’t miss the goods! If they weren’t initially aware of the sale, they got immediately curious and walked up to browse. Had a nice traffic flow going on.
WHOOPIE PIES! These things were huge! And so yum. I got the peanut butter and tried a bite of Dustin’s oatmeal. Mae’s Bakery knocked it out of the park!
The maker’s enjoyed having West Elm goodies at their disposal to add some (literal) life to their displays!
Kyle was ready to stamp anything your heart desired on his products. Here he was putting “Inman Park” on a key chain for a customer who’s friend just moved from the city.
Hey girl hey!
Behind Rachel is the permanent local section so any given day you walk into the store there are products from Atlanta’s finest! Additionally, West Elm just launched a whole section for locals products, check it out here.
So happy with how the event turned out! Thanks to West Elm for entrusting my taste in local artists and giving me the chance to curate my first lil market!