Sydney Boutique Markets Review | Rouse Hill

I spent a lovely sunny Sunday afternoon at the Sydney Boutique Markets located on Main Street in the Rouse Hill Town Centre. The weather was beautiful.  With the market being set up outdoors it had an awesome festival feel and I even managed to work on my tan.

I thought the market was just lovely with about 60 stalls selling a good range of products from handmade candles, to cute kiddy clothes, to women’s fashion and heaps more. Since it was Father’s Day, it was nice to see so many happy families being entertained and having a nice day out at the markets together.

I was delighted to see how much was made up of either Australian handmade or vintage products and it was a great outlet to show off some seriously talented designers and retailers which apparently attracts over 35,000 shoppers on market days – crazy!

I hope you enjoy my highlights of the day:

Mini Putt Putt golf! Not only did the kids have a ball, it was nice to see the dads step in and try to play against some pretty quick kids.

A lovely singer entertained the crowds with her sweet voice.

Jumping castles! I wish they made jumping castles for big people too…

Mmmm cupcakes from Cupcake-a-licious

Mmmm gozleme…

I stumbled across this cute stall by KzDesigns. She makes super cute knitted kiddy beanies, adorable headbands and some custom made fascinators.

I fell head-over-heels for Cassidy’s Collection and her gorgeous stall. It’s like every little princess’s dream room.

Oh so girly!

I nearly died when I saw how cute these handmade candles were from Wick-it Blooms. I mean sushi candles, so necessary right!

Some oh so original pieces of Doury jewellery made by Amy and her mommy. So they are leather pieces that really look like chunky gold and silver accessories.

 They are just gorgeous in the flesh and I haven’t seen anything like them!

Vintage Baby delves into creating some handmade singlets, onesies, bibs and pretty much everything your baby needs to look adorable. I just adore these handmade dollies – I mean, can they get any cuter?

I heart bunting!

Erin Louise is back, you might remember her from the Sydney Style Markets a few weeks back, but her stuff is so gorgeous, I just wanted to show you all her stuff again.

I will make a minor apology, when I came around your store, no one was manning it so I decided to help myself to the images – I hope that is ok 😀

A few girlfriends and I bought another friend one of these woolen headbands and she just loved, loved, loved it!

 I really enjoyed Elleni May gorgeous boutique stall – most of her products were a mix of vintage and handmade.

If you wanted to come along to this but couldn’t make it, stay tuned to the website and Facebook for the next event.

Until next time,

Love, Festival Girl