I still can’t believe that I get to write about my experience of being a vendor at Marburger Farm. I remember hearing about this amazing show and then shopping this spectacle with camera in hand. I was so inspired by so many of the vendors my first time visiting this show and now I call many of those vendors friends.
Here are the photos that my sister and I took of my booth over the course of the show. As things would sell we would rearrange and several evenings found us staying late to completely reset the space.
Opening day at Marburger is such an exciting time. The local radio is broadcasting live from the show and people start lining up 2 hours before opening to get in. The vendors have all spent so much time perfecting their look and the energy is just fun. Our morning started off pretty well when designer Emily Henderson stopped by to shop. Emily was staying at the Vintage Round Top so we watched her insta story while Laura did my hair that morning. Emily was shopping with her team and Chairish Co. They were all so fun and nice and it was interesting to see what they were drawn to. You can see a picture of Emily Henderson and Anna Brockway shopping in my booth on Emily’s website. They are having a special sale with pieces the team collected in Round Top so if you couldn’t make it to any of the shows there are hand selected amazing pieces available for you.
And here is Paige Hull of the Vintage Round Top. What an encouragement Paige and her husband, Smoot, have been to me. They are inspiring business people and kind people.
My super cute shirt was made by Momma B’s Work of Heart on Etsy. She is a friend of mine and I love how she was able to make my sister and I matching shirts. If only we could have gotten a picture of us together, oops. The shirts are still adorable.
Here are some of the treasures I had at the show. It is an eclectic mix of French, English and Texas treasures. I loved watching people get drawn into the space and then seeing them discover something special. I really do love my job.
I really couldn’t have made it through the week without my amazing sister. She was helpful and encouraging and fun! I enjoyed introducing her to some of my Round Top favorites, including Royer’s Pie for breakfast, Royer’s Cafe for dinner, Two Sparrows Roasting Co. Coffee, and JW’s Steakhouse.
I hope that you enjoyed this little walk through Brocante Treasures at Marburger Farm Spring 2017 show. If you ever have the chance to shop Round Top I highly recommend you make the trip. I love this little piece of Texas and I can’t wait for the fall show.