The grand opening of Photo Pop Philly last week was a reminder that summer is just around the corner! After having a blast last year (see the review here), I had high hopes for this year's show. I luckily had a sneak preview of this year's sweet exhibit and I loved every moment of it.
Photo Pop Philly is a pop-up exhibit is in its second year, and is filled with Instagrammable art and installations created by Philly artists. The theme, Sweet Paradise, is evident as soon as you step foot into the gorgeous gallery.
My favorite exhibit was this colorful flamingo beauty by Tori Alexandra. I mean, you really can't go wrong when a swing is involved. I really loved the interactivity of the exhibits, like this swing, which made the  experience so much more memorable!
This is the closest I've gotten to Gritty! This display is made entirely from jelly beans!
This year, Photo Pop is giving back to the community as well! I always appreciate a brand that does this. At the end of the season, Photo Pop will be auctioning off 10 pieces of artwork and proceeds will benefit Chop's Art and Music Therapy program!
Whether you're a Philly local, or just visiting, I definitely recommend a visit to Photo Pop. And bonus, it's located inside The Bourse, a fun food venue that's been recently renovated.
We were spoiled with some sweet treats during the grand opening. Cupcakes by Ruth are some of my favorites - try them, you won't regret it! Also, if you're looking to host private party this summer, the venue is available and would make a great backdrop for an event.

There is so much more to see and do at Photo Pop. The exhibit is open until August 24th, and you can find out other details here. If you've been, I'd love to know what your favorite exhibit was!