Vintage Market Days of Tulsa!

Last weekend, our family spent the day shopping for all things chippy and wonderful at Tulsa’s Vintage Market Days! Just picture all the best booths from all your favorite antique stores all in one place with their best pieces on full display…THAT is Vintage Market Days Tulsa! Rows and rows of vintage treasure, antique goodness and small shop creations, not to mention food trucks, live music and the best people around. I got to meet SO MANY of you sweet buddies in person there, and it made my heart happy to put a face to the Instagram name, you know? Here are a few peeks during our visit to VMD!

They always have the best photo backdrops for pics at VMD Tulsa! Loved this riff on the “Spruced” theme this year!

The older, chippier and dustier the better. Amiright, vintage lovers?!

My favorite types of antique shops/booths are the ones that have been thoughtfully styled, because it helps me get good ideas of how to use the items for sale! VMD Tulsa vendors are amazing. Period.

It was such a fun day with my fam (and my sweet mom came up to hang out with me, too!!). I’ve been going to Vintage Market Days Tulsa for so many years, and lots of my favorite vintage pieces around my home came from there! Thank you to VMD for having us at this amazing event, and I can’t wait till next time!

  1. Belinda

    October 23rd, 2019 at 5:21 pm

    Honestly, your girls are absolutely precious and gorgeous. What a sweet family. And the vintage goodies are fabulous. Thank you for sharing. Pity we can’t buy online.

  2. Marms

    October 23rd, 2019 at 7:01 pm

    Fun Fun Fun – and the food truck was a treat too!!!

  3. Jenni Thomas

    October 30th, 2019 at 9:19 am

    Looks like it was so much fun! Oh boy do I miss the midwest sometimes, not the weather, but the people and events. There is stuff like this here in Utah but it is expensive to go to. Thanks for sharing all the fun and vintage goodness!

  4. Jessica

    December 11th, 2019 at 6:08 pm

    Loving your sweater in the family pic! Could I ask where it’s from?

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