These past few weeks and October itself alone has been ridiculously hectic. With due dates looming upon from work and attending events left right and centre, so much has happened. I'll try to condense my two weeks down as much as possible, but I highly doubt that this will be a light post.
My friend and I stopped by this new tea store, Jule, that opened next to the Maple Leaf Gardens Loblaws. Is it bad that it was the decor that drew us in as opposed to the offerings? Living walls? Heck yes, I'd love one too please!
That weekend was also the Etsy: Made in Canada event. Myself and a couple of friends stopped by the event to check out which vendors would be setting up shop. I fell in love with one of the dinosaur plants by Crown Flora Studio, but sadly had to special order mine because I wanted one on silver. Their current line only offers gold and other neons so I had to wait awhile for mine. We also joined up on some workshops and learned how to dye fabric in a Japanese style, and also designed stamps!
Fantastic event and thank you Etsy for hosting it!
What can I say, I guess I still have my sweet tooth, and it needed some indulgences. I tried some macarons from the recently opened up Petit Nuage, and tested out the 3-bite delicacies from Jelly Modern Doughnuts! I seriously recommend the Maple Walnut doughnut if you can get your hands on it, it's absolutely delish!
I also got to attend some fun events this month with my work buddies and had a fantastic time nomming on Italian Food at Holt Renfrew's Italian Immersion party. Toronto's Bridal Show also brought out some delicious cakes from Irresistable Cakes, and can we please take a moment to stop and appreciate these amazing gowns from Kleinfield? Don't forget the gown to the right that's lit up with LED lighs from MeU at the Startup Fashion Week Runway Show!
How was everybody's weekend and Thanksgiving?
Labels: bi-weekly round up, crown flora studios, etsy, events, holt renfrew, jelly modern doughnut, jule, kleinfield, meu, petit nuage, sfw, startup fashion week, toronto bridal show, wedding