With our New Year resolutions of healthy beginnings and good intentions of looking after our minds and bodies in a more natural way beginning to wane, what better time for the return of The Bohemian Bazaar – Holistic Lifestyle & Artisan Craft Fair, taking place at Belfast Castle on Sunday 3rd February!
Brought to us by the creative folks at Frock Fairs NI, The Bohemian Bazaar brings together 50 exhibitors who will be offering an inspirational range of handmade, holistic & vintage services and products covering health and beauty, holistic and spiritual, vegan baked goods, fashion and accessories, rest and relaxation, arts and crafts, and much more.
While the holistic areas of the fair will offer ways to find calm, peace & tranquillity, the bohemian marketplace will offer a vibrant world of colour and creativity to beautify our homes and wardrobes with everything from modern art to vintage homewares, handcrafted jewellery to natural soaps, and hand-dyed textiles to luxury candles.
The impressive exhibitor list includes Trish Rogers Originals, specialising in handmade 6000 year old bog oak and spalted beech jewellery; Eat Kindly, who will be selling vegan brownies and traybakes; Faery Fluff, who will be offering handmade cloth menstrual pads, reusable bamboo cloths hand-dyed hemp and bamboo fabric; The Pretty Curious Design Studio, creator of natural smelling salts, home grown flowers and botanical art, Zoe Glendinning Reiki and Nature Connection, specialists in Reiki, Crystal Bed and Forest Bathing; Broom Cottage, producers of fruit and honey preserves, honey fudge, and goats curd cheese; The College of Naturopathic Medicine, promoting their training courses in nutrition, herbal medicine, acupuncture and homeopathy, Wild About Soap, creator of pure handcrafted soap and organic body butter, and Ellie Mac Candles, selling hand poured 100% pure soy candles in gorgeous natural scents.
The Bohemian Bazaar – Holistic Lifestyle & Artisan Crafts Fair will take place on Sunday 3rd February 2019 from 12-5pm at Belfast Castle, Antrim Road, Belfast BT15 5GR. Admission costs £2 for adults and children go free. More information on the event and the exhibitors can be found online at frockfairsni.comand on facebook.com/frockaroundtheclockfairs.