Last weekend took place our favorite winter handmade market called Festivalet and we, as the ultimate groupies, of course thoroughly enjoyed it (& had ready our camera for the occasion!). This year the organization guys (wisely) repeated venue, the amazing Barcelona’s royal dockyards which are right now part of the maritime museum, and had more than 90 different booths including handmade products, crafts material and a delicatessen area with food trucks (♥).
What I love more about this market is how everyone involved is so eager to make you enjoy your visit, from the creativity display of the booths – Don Fisher is a well-known example but this year we also were blown away by Pablo Salvaje – their lovely attitude and the little details like this edition’s 60s vintage photobooth. We already have mentioned before that Santa can’t resist making our Christmas shopping there but I’m also just happy being able to witness so many talent together.
As soon as we got there two familiar faces showed up, our friends Silvia and Marcel! And since I believe they have still not made the proper introduction to the blog we had to take a couple pictures (sorry guys, such an ambush!). They travelled to Japan this last spring, and we are not at all jealous for that… not… a itchy… tiny… bit, ha! We also visited the market on Sunday with my mom and Anna and Albert (great companions!), and found by chance Dani’s parents walking around: quite the meeting point, isn’t it?
Thanks for following us around the market! Have you ever participated in a similar market? I know we have lots of super talented pals in the blog, so hope you’re not shy and share your thoughts!