Well, that’s a wrap on The Brooklyn Teacup's very first crafts fair! I met so many people, was lucky enough to have a whole bunch of friends come visit and help out (including my dear friend Meg, pictured here, who got extra points for coordinating her outfit with my 3-Tier Wedgwood cake stand), learned a lot, and got in some quality bonding time with the fam.
As it turns out, there’s nothing like putting up a tent and trying to prevent fine china from blowing over to bring people together. 😂 Special shout out to my dad who, on Father’s Day, enthusiastically volunteered to be an unofficial (and unpaid!) sales rep for The Brooklyn Teacup.
All in all, a fun and successful weekend at the Sag Harbor Crafts Show.
For more about the 2019 annual Sag Harbor Father's Day Crafts Fair, check out The Independent's newspaper coverage... Spoiler alert: The Brooklyn Teacup is featured in the photo slideshow!
Re: The Tent!
In all seriousness, the Eurmax tent I bought was pretty awesome. I marveled at the genius engineering that allowed it to go up so easily. It felt sturdy and substantial, was attractive, affordable and zipped backed into a wheeled bag like a glove! What more could a craft fair newbie want?! Especially with the winds coming off the bay, I was so happy I decided to invest in the Eurmax EZ Pop up tent instead of a cheaper model I was originally considering.