Outside looked decidedly gloomy, but that little touch of pink gave a hint of what was in store for visitors inside.
Luckily our brilliant market organisers Helen and Bel found that with a little re-arranging there was enough room indoors to accommodate all the stall holders and it made for an extremely happy atmosphere. The hall was festooned with a joyful mixture of BrisStyle and Chicks in Pink balloons, and pink was the colour of the day.
And there were so many babies - where did they all come from? They were so adorable that I wanted to cuddle them all.
My Hot Fudge stand had many pink dresses in keeping with the theme of the day. Thank goodness I had lots of sales which in turn meant that lots of Hot Fudge Choc Fudge found new homes, leaving precious little for us to indulge in last night. If I had to look at another piece of fudge I knew I would be ill (a feeling obviously not shared by my spouse the Fudge Buster).
These lovely shoppers travelled all the way from the Gold Coast through torrential rain, after seeing our advertisement in Peekaboo Magazine.
The BrisStyle fairy spread good cheer and free balloons to the gaggle of little children in attendance.
And there were lots of adorable goodies for both children and mothers to indulge in and buy.
The lovely Lesley of Oz Wildlife Studio battled the elements bravely until a spot was found inside.
|The little tot to the right is enthralled with WheeleR|
So here's to the mothers, fathers, babies and grandparents who braved the wild elements to do a little shopping. We love youse all.