Sunday, April 18, 2010

MoonRose Vintage Garden Market - LaConner

* * * FABULOUS vintage garden market * * *

Scheduled for this Saturday, April 24, 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

at MOONROSE, 114 N. Second Street (just one

block off Morris Street) in LaConner, WA.

Since this is an outdoor market, RAIN CANCELS!!!

Spread amongst the stunning gardens of MoonRose created by

Laura Campbell, gardener extraordinare and antiques

proprietress of the most charming and

and beautiful shop in LaConner!!

Enjoy these gorgeous photos before the grounds are gilded with the

very best vintage home and garden treasures that will be

popping up along with the tulips and hyacinths!!!

I will be there (with "drool-worthy" home & garden gems) . . . along

with Paula Williams of Whidbey Island,

Dona Morrison of Mt. Vernon, and Rocky and Kandi Rae Graber.

(Rocky will add the decidedly masculine touch with his outboard motors!)

Jo will be there with an outdoor massage area (she also

offers full massage on-site in a darling outbuilding on the property).

This intimate setting provides a relaxed and charming "mini-market" to

stroll through on a beautiful Saturday . . . bring a friend, and

be prepared to have your soul drenched in happiness!!

There are many other tempting attractions in LaConner to occupy your day.

Be sure to stop at Egg & Dart, Bunnies by the Bay, and

Mary Davis Vintage Lighting . . . while I can't name all

the stores, you're in for some legendary shopping!!

Set aside your "to do list" for Saturday . . . take the

beautiful path less traveled and head to LaConner--you won't regret it!!

Laura will be waiting inside MoonRose to share the magic

of her stunning antiques shop!

You can see why she is highly sought after for her expertise in

romantic decor for weddings and special occasions. (Sorry,

those gorgeous chairs are sold--darn it!)

I could just move right into this room--how about you?!

This lovely swan-with-cherub is one example of the

many beautiful props Laura keeps for weddings. (I've

tried to buy it from her many times, but she is hanging on--can

you blame her?!!)

Please check back for the weather report . . . and if rain does

cancel the garden market, we will have it another

time soon--but go see Laura at MoonRose in either case.

You will leave infatuated . . . .

xo Debi


Gypsy Purple said...

You have a lovely blog!!!!

Florence said...

It sounds like a wonderful setting. I have been to the garden shop that was there long time ago and have stayed at the Wild Iris B&B, a lovely quaint town. Florence

Kindred Spirit Soap Co. said...

Hi sweatie,
You sure are a busy little girl with all your shows!!!
Hope to see you soon

Anonymous said...

Laura's garden is absolutely enchanting!! And your blog is delightful.....

Linda Q said...

Hi Debi,
Haven't been up to LaConner in ages, might have to take a road trip that way soon!
Thanks, Linda