LOS ANGELES BLOGSHOP
happy friday, everyone. i’m getting ready to head out to brunch in stockholm but i wanted to share with you the photos from our blogshop last week! we had a gold theme and fringe ceiling by the talented jesi haack, paired with bundles of bougainvillea that meg designs put together for the tables.
SEE ALL THE PHOTOS AFTER THE JUMP…
we gave out our DIY polkadot clipboards to the students, that were paired with these oversized LA maptote tags. we had students traveling from all over (even a gal from ireland came!) so it’s fun to pass out a bit of los angeles to them.
i love the color combinations on these coasters from the coastal etsy shop. don’t you? and you have to check out this shop, general store. we gave out wild harvested incense to our students but i love just about everything in their shop.
the pink bkr bottles matched all of our pink, gold and white decor happening in the room. i take mine to my workout classes and people are always asking about them!
whoa nelly seriously impressed me this class. i was talking to beth about how she catered our very first blogshop and how that feels so long ago, but also sort of just like yesterday. i have watched them come a long way in the two and a half years also. they each student got to pack a little picnic in a wire basket. a little tray of cheese, nuts, and figs…tiny quiches…deviled eggs with fish and green beans…sandwiches…pudding cups. it was adorable! (see the full basket here)
and our friends at frosted cupcakes handed out different flavors of cupcakes with our LA blogshop hashtag on top. loved the idea!
hex nail jewelry are these little gold charms you can add to your nails. pretty fun. we use truffle pouches around here because we travel quite a bit. the clear helps us keep everything organized and in sight. (well, as organized as i can be, at least)
urban palate made lunch for our students the second day. they went with a mediterranean theme that they packed all in these cute baskets (bramble workshop made those for the class!) i loved the terra cotta hummus pots and could’ve seriously eaten two baskets full, these were so delicious. and nice job on the branding too, that stuff works at workshops like this where everyone is instagramming! (take note, caterers)
we took a walk to get some air and snap our group pic…
some of our upcoming classes:
(want to be an intern in one of the cities listed above? apply here! see previous blogshop posts & all of our goodie bag items used here to see our class in action and for more gift ideas.)