This post is now well overdue on my little blog but I've been working such crazy hours at the moment I've barely had time to sleep let alone blog but I'm back and I have so much to show you guys. So last month myself, Alice, Karis and Chantelle made our way to London for the #SLBloggerBash hosted by Scarlett London and Search Laboratory. Although I have attended numerous events and meet up's over the last year, I have never made it as far as London town and so a mixture of nerves and excitement greeted me on the morning of the event.
The event was held at One Alfred Place which is not too far from Tottenham Court Road Tube Station so after a pit stop at Nando's we slowly made our way to the venue. Upon arrival we were greeted by the lovely Scarlett herself and Alice from Search Laboratory. There were refreshments and canapés circling the room and a host of different brands with individual stalls including fashion brands, beauty, lifestyle and travel.
First stop on our agenda was the wine tasting competition with Tuscany Now and its safe to say we failed miserably: wine is definitely not my forte ha! Next up we made our way around the various fashion brands including Wynsors wellies, Modern Rugs, Quiz Clothing, Urban Outfitters and Bonprix. We also participated in bloggers boules which again was not my forte ha (there isn't much that is) before settling on the sofa ready for the winner of the bake sale to be announced so we could all dive in. All of the entries looked AMAZING but the winning oreo cupcakes were to die for and after trying all the sweet treats I found myself in a cake induced coma.
After making our final rounds and being lucky enough to win one of the group goodie bags on offer from Urban Outfitters we made our way back into Camden for an afternoon of cocktails and blog photos. All in all I had a wonderful time at the event and now I've got the first one out the way, hopefully I will be more confident in mingling and talking to people at the next! Thank you Scarlett and Search Laboratories the event could not have gone better and I look forward to the next one!