#butterflyturns6: The Butterfly Project Birthday Party!

#butterflyturns6: The Butterfly Project Birthday Party!

First of all, I’m not wearing black in this post. I’m still blonde in this post. The title of the post should probably tell you more.

I recently joined The Butterfly Project as an influencer, and I’ve never really attended one of these ‘influencer gatherings’ before. It was a totally new experience for me.

Mamasan, Tammy Lim, who founded The Butterfly Project, brought together a hundred of us to frolic within the garden created in Vilej Damansara – as butterfly goddesses! As you’ll know, I don’t exactly own… butterfly-esque clothes so my pseudo-witchy dress would have to do. She even sent us a guide to our ‘celebration grid’ and hashtags for all the sponsors – which you can see on my Instagram.

Between the wonderful food provided by Jom Party and the wonderful table gifts and activities – I honestly had a lot of fun. Admittedly, I can’t make a flower crown to save my life. It stayed on my head for the 10 minutes I used to take my selfies and then fell apart.

We were even graced by Malaysia’s Queen of Comedy, Joanne Kam! Very NSFW jokes, but it’s all in good fun. I had fun watching the people who didn’t understand the jokes.

Blurry, because I was sitting a distance from the stage

Avant Garde Blooms has such a wonderful selection of flowers and the balloons by The Blossom Balloons were incredible to look at, they had real flowers inside them! Yves Rocher provided the table gifts, alongside some macarons from Macarons by Madeline.

Yves Rocher provided full sized products as part of the table gifts, alongside a promo that’s valid until the 12th of May, so do check out my Instagram for the promotion! My favourite sponsor had to be T-Sticks though, because ever since I gave up coffee – tea is my new vice.

These innovative tea sticks are made out of perfectly perforated FDA-grade aluminium, allowing the tea to infuse the water without the need of a spoon. No more mess, no tea bags or tea leaves. So convenient! We were given a box gratis to try at home – I picked the Peach flavour. At RM35 a box, it might seem a bit expensive but it’s worth the convenience.

All in all, I’m so happy I got to be part of The Butterfly Project’s 6th Birthday Party and meeting all these other bloggers was just divine.