So my lovely fiancé took me to Melbourne for my birthday for three days for the unicorn festival.
It was the highlight of my day as our flight was delayed by four hours because of the fog in Melbourne which took six hours out of our day – yep, that means we only got one meal in because we missed breakfast and lunch!
Anyway, the unicorn festival made up for all of the tears lost as soon as we got there.
It was held on the second level of the Link Bridge and just as I had imagined, it was beautifully decorated in every which way that I didn’t know where to look!
Unicorn balloons graced the aisles and everywhere you turned there were unicorns galore!
It quickly got busy and there were huge lines for all things unicorn.
The first thing I got my hot little hands on were some unicorn macarons from Eat Sweet Indulgence. They were just too cute to eat and the owners were just lovely!
Next, some cupcakes from J Y Cake Design. We had a lemon merengue and meringue bee hive filled secretly with nutella!
I loved the design of these – they were so pretty and best of all, there was fairy floss! Definitely a win.
There were also some crazy fairy floss sticks which I unfortunately didn’t get a chance to get as the wait was an hour and fifteen minutes. I mean I love fairy floss but I wasn’t about to wait that long for it.
I managed to get my hands on some unicorn brushes from Wild Azalea. They were so cheap too. A set of seven brushes for $20 – bargain!
The lines were getting longer and the crowd, larger. I hadn’t had enough desserts but something was telling me to get out as I’d have to stand in line for ridiculous amounts of time just to get something so that ended my unicorn festival experience.
I was a bit disappointed that I didn’t get to try more food but hopefully something like this will come to Sydney so that I can do it all over again.
Sydney, take some hints and bring this event over!
Until next time, hope you enjoyed this post.