This year at Summer in the City, the Expo Hall is packed to bursting with stands, stalls, and fun things to look at and buy!
We took a wander through the hall to see what it has to offer, and here are some of our personal faves!
Amazing Cake Co.
We have a massive sweet tooth, so thank goodness the Amazing Cake Co. has got our backs. This stand is full to the brim of amazing American sweets, with a massive amount of flavours – we honestly didn’t even know half of these existed! (Someone please tell us what a bonfire lollipop tastes like?!) This stand is basically our dentist’s worst nightmare, but our idea of heaven.
Little, Brown Books
The Little, Brown Book Group’s stand in the Expo Hall has got all of our faves’ books for sale, including Carrie Hope Fletcher‘s fiction and non-fiction works. We’ve also heard whispers that Emma Blackery‘s book Feel Good 101 is available to preorder! It’s hard to miss this stand, due to the balloons that spell out “BOOKS” floating above.
Taylor’s stand is hiding within the craft fair in the Expo Hall, but definitely worth the adventure to find. It has everything LGBTQ+, from flags to jewellery. Everything is handmade and exceptionally cute. This stand gets a ten out of ten for colourful!
The Custom Cupcake Co.
This stand definitely satisfies our sugar cravings. The Custom Cupcake Co. is top of our list for when we’re feeling hungry, and this stand has a super large variety of cakes and sweet treats. We tried the peanut butter brownie and we can deffo recommend it!
This stand is full of beautiful handmade pendants from our favourite books and TV shows. The LoveDoesDesigns stand features Harry Potter, Stranger Things, and Riverdale jewellery, which we think is EVERYTHING. We love this stand because of its individuality and pure craftsmanship, so check it out!
This quirky little stand features some of the cutest illustrations available in the Expo Hall. Geenie’s stand sells enamel pins, earrings, and prints of her illustrations. This stand is perfect for pastel-loving people who just need some new art in their lives.
Anyone else craving some retail therapy? Join the club!
Photos by George Yonge.
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