Explore the local creative community with Paper Daisy

Today we welcome a guest post from Bryony, the founder of Paper Daisy Events... 

Brighton is known for being a bustling hub of creativity. Anyone who’s ever been will remember the poetic feeling in the air – something that nourishes artists and makers to create beautiful things.

I’m Bryony, the founder of Paper Daisy Events, where we proudly showcase the incredible talent of Brighton's artistic community. I’m thrilled to be able to provide a platform for artists to shine, so today I’ll be talking you through some of my favourite Brightonian makers and telling you about some exciting upcoming events. Let’s dive right in!πŸ‘‡

About Paper Daisy Events

Our mission is to curate an extraordinary marketplace for artists and makers – we strive to provide a platform that showcases the incredible talent within our beloved city.

Our passion for supporting local creatives and fostering a vibrant community drives every event we organise, creating a truly unique and unforgettable experience for our visitors.🌸

PS: All our events are completely free entry!

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What Paper Daisy Events are all about

We've reinvented the traditional craft fair, infusing it with an eclectic blend of activities and experiences. We’re passionate about creating a warm, welcoming and lively atmosphere where you can discover local artists and makers whose creations you’ll fall in love with.

From cheerful workshops and delightful face painting to pop-up cafes serving local delights, there's something for everyone. If you’re lucky, you’ll catch a captivating live performance that adds an extra dash of magic to our gatherings.✨

"This Is Brighton" – our next Maker & Design Fair

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We’ve been working on a real celebration of the vibrant creative community that calls our city home – the "This Is Brighton" Maker & Design Fair on Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd of July.

Held at the iconic Wagner Hall, this summer weekend extravaganza brings together an extraordinary selection of talented Brighton makers. Wander through the fair and discover stunning handcrafted jewellery, mesmerising ceramics, unique artwork, sustainable fashion, and so much more. We take so much pride in offering visitors a curated selection that represents the very best of our local talent.πŸ’˜

When you’ve finished feasting your eyes on the makers’ fabulous work, there will be a stunning outdoor area waiting for you – with a licensed bar, music and eating area, it’s the perfect place to take in the magical vibe.

About the Makers

At Paper Daisy, we cherish the opportunity to work with a diverse range of makers, each with their own unique style and craftsmanship. Allow me to introduce you to just a few of the talented artists.⬇️

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Evergood Store – bold original art prints 
Glitter and Gem – gorgeous hand-cut gemstone jewellery
Seashore Bakes – scrumptious sweet treats
Alice Carter Ceramics – unique ceramics
Zaka – hand-painted clothes and art prints
Louisa Kazig – colourful prints and cards
Kemptown Provisions – handmade organic soaps made in Brighton
It's Our Planet Too – sustainability and climate change inspirational Children’s activities kits
Kai Jed Creative – beautiful Brighton-themed wall art and greeting cards

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Design by Julie Ingham – artisanal coastal prints and homeware
Aghh Zine – feminine empowerment zines and prints
My Skin Feels – handmade natural and ethical skincare
Cassia Beck Collage – handmade vintage collages
Time Squares – decorative art deco mirror clocks
Kimmy Priggen – whimsical pet portraits

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These makers are just a taste of the exceptional talent you'll discover at Wagner Hall on the 22nd and 23rd July.

Paper Daisy in the Future

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If you’re interested in seeing more of our makers and artists, you’ll always find full details of upcoming events on our socials and website.

We’re always looking for new ways of showcasing Brighton’s brilliant artistic community while curating events that people love attending.

The next events to come are:

→ 5th August for Pride @ Brighthelm, Brighton

→ 2nd September @ Brighthelm Gardens, Brighton

→ 18th November @ BHASVIC, Hove

→ 25th & 26th November @ Wagner Hall, Brighton

→ 2nd December @ The Shoreham Centre, Shoreham

Whether you’re planning a visit to sunny Brighton, or are a full-time resident, we’d love to show you the vibrant and diverse creative community that thrives here.🌈

Join us in discovering the stories behind each creation, meeting passionate makers, and taking home unique treasures that embody the spirit of Brighton!

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