Disclosure: Complimentary passes were provided by our sponsor
The Mom Made Market held its second event in Hawaii this past weekend in Kakaako, bringing together over 50 businesses owned by moms. I attended the inaugural event in Hawaii last year at the Hawaii Convention Center, and I can honestly say that this year's event was bigger and better! Tickets were only $3 and the location at 449 Cooke Street was a lot more shopper-friendly with a lot of natural light and air, space, and parking available in the surrounding areas (they even validated parking at Salt Kakaako). There were a lot more shoppers, vendors, and energy at this year's event.
What I love about the Mom Made Market Hawaii is that it's all about supporting local moms in business. It's a great platform for moms to sell their goods and services, and it's a great place for moms to shop and socialize with other moms (and moms to be!).
There was a wide range of products available for purchase - clothing was definitely the most prevalent, but there were also jewelry, greeting cards, baby gear, personalized towels, farmhouse signs, essential oils, soaps, hat, bags, photography services, and food. They also had performances, samples, storytelling, a few fun activities for the little ones!
Check their website and social media pages for updates on next year's event - you won't want to miss it!
The Mom Made Market
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