Macaronage. I also have to point out the little gold flakes since you know that I love me some gold. Every person who attended the dinner had a little name card, gift, and menu card waiting for them on the long table. The gifts were hand picked by Tatum herself with the person in mind.
Sweet Lydia's cupcakes were not only extremely cute to look at, but they also tasted so good! I loved the rustic display as well! Everything in this dinner had such a beautiful organic touch thanks to the abundance of warm tones and the greenery.
West Elm about the brands that we've both worked with. It turns out that many of the small businesses that I covered as a social media coordinator for Simply Local have done pop-up events at the West Elm in Mission Valley.
Layered Vintage, a small business that I got introduced to while I worked at Simply Local. Jill of Layered Vintage is a very talented woman who specializes in floral design and she's also quite an illustrator. I purchased a few of her floral illustrations Simply Local a month ago.
Esmirna of Platforms for Breakfast and Spanish-speaking style/beauty YouTuber Divani of Divanidosa. And you can only imagine what we talked about. If you guessed YouTube, cameras, and lenses then you can give yourself a pat on the back!
Thank you so much to Tatum and her amazing team for organizing the dinner. Here's to more of these events in the future!