There were so many great events at Blogger Bash, and the #EAEvents Social Suite was no exception. Debbie Bookstaber, of Element Associates, pulled off an amazing party with great sponsors. Everyone who attended had a blast!
First, it's always great to get pampered, right ladies? CoverGirl was on hand to freshen us up after a long day. They provided manicures, pedicures and mini-makeovers! After learning which colors worked best for their skin tone, bloggers got to go home with their own CoverGirl lip gloss!
After getting freshened up, it was time to get stylish. There was a lot of oohing and ahhing over the Joseph Nogucci jewelry bar. From their awesome leather wrap bracelets to their custom-made charm bracelets, there is something for everyone. Thanks to Joseph Nogucci for the super cute silver Paper Plane necklace (made popular by Harry Styles)!
Who says girls can't like cars? Not me! And having Washdrops and Auto Tex Pink on hand was a great treat. With many of us traveling a lot this summer, our cars are bound to get dirty. The award-winning Washdrop samples will be a nice GREEN way to clean off the grime. The Auto Tex Pink Wiper Blades help support the fight against breast cancer - which is a cause near to many of our hearts.
Smokey the Bear is an iconic figure in America - and he turns 70 this year! He was on hand for pictures (which bloggers loved!) and treated us all to some birthday cake. We are grateful for his important ABC Reminder: Always Be Careful with fire.
Suite Sweet is definitely the place to go for toys - but one of the coolest new products out there was actually at #EAEvents Social Suite! I got to check out the amazing Wubble Ball. It's a bubble that plays like a ball. My boys LOVE the Wubble Ball - so it's good they are now available at Target!
It was also fantastic to meet New York Times bestselling author, Lauren Willing. I need to make more time to get lost in a book, and I think leafing through her books made me realize she is a great place to start!
#EAEvents Social Suite was a blast! What was your favorite table?