To be completely honest, Blog’nhagen was so much fun I am not really sure where to start this post.  I thought about dividing the day into two posts, one of all the food we ate and one filled with the other amazing stuff we did, but looking through all my food shots from the day made me so hungry I decided to just break the day in half- before lunch and after lunch :)

The concept of Blog’nhagen was created by Brittany, of The House that Lars Built, and Maria, of Wallnut.  It all started with the idea of driving electric carts around the city and it grew from there- I was honored to be invited to take part in the adventure.  The two of them organized the most amazing day touring Copenhagen in electric carts from Copenhagen by Cart, stopping at some of Copenhagen’s must-see design and foodie spots and we had the most incredible day.  Somehow putting a group of bloggers together always equals insane amounts of fun and pretty much non-stop laughter and Blog’nhagen was NO exception.  People must have thought we were absolutely nuts driving around town with pastel balloons attached to the carts, each of us with a camera or iphone (I was guilty of holding both at the same time) in hand documenting the day, but obviously none of us cared :)  A few tourists even snapped photos of us as we drove by- I wonder who or what they thought we were :)

We stopped by Meyers Bageri a bakery from renowned chef Claus Meyer and picked up bread for our breakfast at Maria’s gorgeous apartment.  Their cinnamon bread was divine- seriously what breakfast dreams are made of!

Maria’s apartment is beautifully designed and of course our table was set with some beautiful paper flowers from Brittany’s shop :)

We stopped by a local designer’s boutique, Baum und Pferdgarten, who had the most beautiful clothes- I desperately wanted to take home that gold coat (and maybe the gold pants too!!)

my friend and travel buddy of the trip, Thea from Sister Mag
Our next stop was Royal Copenhagen, where we learned about the history of the company- they have been creating porcelain since 1775!  And we had the chance to paint our own porcelain plates!  I am not very skilled in the painting department, but it was SO much fun.

all of our plates :)
Isabelle from Dos Family
This was just the first half of our day, I have so much more to share!  Here is a group shot from the Vipp store in their gorgeous matte black kitchen- more from Vipp in my next post :)
Stay tuned for a silly little video I made of our day as well!
A big thank you to all of our amazing sponsors for helping to make our day in Copenhagen AMAZING!  Check out our #blognhagen hashtag on twitter and instagram and our Pinterest page for more Blognhagen fun!

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