Sara and I had such an unbelievable time in NYC. Amazing. It was surreal and almost feels like it never happened. The day before Sara taped the show we were able to spend some time in the Martha Stewart TV craft room prepping some paper bag turkeys for her segment. Everyone there was so nice and we loved seeing all of the craft supplies, especially the dishes. There aren’t any pictures to show you, however, because cameras aren’t allowed. The next day (the day Sara taped the show) we arrived early and hung out at the TV studio. We saw some of the Martha Stewart offices, including Martha’s office, the prep kitchen, and the set. Sara says is was like being in a real life magazine. I was just trying to soak it all in.
After we were done we also found some time to go shopping at a few different places. Here are the highlights:
tinsel trading co. – vintage and new ribbons, trims, flowers, knickknacks, we wanted one of everything in here.
paper presentation – papers, stationary, craft supplies, everything you could think of.
moomah – cafe for the budding artist, kid’s parties and crafts, super cute decor, delicious smoothies.
kate’s paperie – papery goodness of every kind.
dean & deluca – sophisticated grocery store, my new favorite.
john derian co. – unique gifts and trinkets, unusual, expensive, and super cool (Martha was in there shopping two days earlier).
anthropologie – clothing & home, could the store displays be any more off the charts? How do they come up with this stuff?
Brittany, Martha Stewart, Sara, and Sara’s awesome sister Linda.
Click to see the video of Sara on the Martha Stewart Show. She did such a great job. She was her usual funny self and she looked gorgeous. I’m so proud of Sara and I think she’s pretty much amazing.