This past weekend I went to the Lucketts Spring Market for the first time! Wow! Lots of great furniture, collectibles, antiques, home decor, and vintage goodies. My husband agreed to babysit so my mom and I went kiddie free. It was nice to see though that had we brought them there was plenty of room between tents to maneuver a stroller or 2 (not in the booths though)!
We were on a time crunch since we had to be back for a picnic, so we made quick work of all the booths!
I loved the colors and the vintage linen seat cover at the first booth we stopped at. Unfortunately since we were hustling around like crazy women I forgot to jot down the names of the vendors I liked and the ones I bought from.
But, I did manage to snag quite a few treasures!
|2 vintage aprons- $4.00 each from different vendors|
|The green apron was from Mezzaluna Uniques and Antiques.|
|Dug through a bin of scrabble letter dice to find enough E’s for both my baby’s names! And yes I already noticed I photographed one upside down. 😉 whoopsies!|
|Digging’s the name of the game. Scrounged through a box of old mailbox keys and found 10 little 1 inch skeleton keys!|
|2 perfectly sweet teacups and saucers to give to Elise one day! At $4.00 a set I’d consider these a steal!|
Snagged a few freebies too!
Blue Egg Brown Nest was handing out oatmeal chocolate chip cookies. We got there just in time because my tummy was starting to rumble!
Bittersweet Design Studio gave away this cute nest magnet to their customers. Bought a pillow got a nest too!
And last but certainly not least, Miss Mustard Seed gave out these lovely “move mountains” tags.
The highlight of the trip for me was definitely getting to meet Marian aka Miss Mustard Seed face to face. We have recently been messaging back and forth and I knew I couldn’t pass up an opportunity to meet in person. Her blog is the first one I ever started following and not only does she do great work, and have awesome style, but she I love that she is humble, personable, and praises and gives thanks to God for all of the success she has had! I was so happy to have a few minutes to chat with her and was impressed that even with the sea of people at Lucketts and followers on her blog that she could recall who I was when I told her my name. (It was great to meet you Marian and I hope we see each other again!) Judging by the line of people waiting to talk to her and the amount of SOLD tags marking her furniture (about an hour after opening), I’d say there’s quite a few people that agree that she is one talented and lovely lady!
I’m hoping I’ll be able to attend next year. It was a great morning!
Did you attend the Lucketts Spring Market? If you did, what were your favorite booths, finds, and deals?