Omaha Bound - hutchfest

A weekend away in Omaha, NE may not sound exciting to some, but a trip to hutchFEST and Omaha's Zoo has us stoked!
hutchFEST is a curated makers fair featuring over 170 vendors from all around the Midwest! Corey and I will be attending on behalf of Emily Bordner while she works simultaneous shows in both Dallas and Kansas City. You all are well aware of my love for all things EB from her to minimalist jewelry and leather goods to her cheeky glassware and I'm so excited to continue to partner with her for this event!


Some of the other awesome KC-based vendors who will be there include:
CavaCats (actually from Joplin and not KC but close enough)

I am beyond excited to see some of my favorite vendors and make connections with new ones!

We're also taking over the EB Instagram stories (@emily.bordner) on Saturday so make sure to tune in for some up close and personal hutFEST action. And maybe some exotic animals on Sunday from our trip to the zoo (don't tell EB). 

To celebrate the Midwest focused event, EB and I collaborated on a super cute (and kinda punny) ornament...
Emily also created two other Midwest themed pieces that pair perfectly with our Mid Best ornament! Keep an eye out on our Instagram stories (@annie_austen and @emily.bordner) for some peaks at all the cuteness! You can also find Emily's awesome Midwest themed products at her pop-up in Mid Coast Modern as well.

We are so excited to debut these items just before the holiday season kicks off! They make the perfect gifts for all your Midwest pals (or just your Midwest self, we won't judge).

Do you have any other suggestions on things to do in Omaha? Any good restaurants, boutiques, or coffee shops we absolutely shouldn't miss? Leave a comment here or on Instagram and let me know!

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  1. I've never actually been to hutchfest but I can definitely attest to the fact that the Omaha Zoo is amazing! One of the best zoos I've been to by far, which is surprising considering where it's at.

    Fred | Dentist Omaha

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