The brand is called Love and Toast by Margot Elena, the same woman behind Lollia and TokyoMilk.
There were a bunch of products, including large and small perfumes, hand cream, lip balm, and roller ball perfume. Like I said, I was immediately drawn to the packaging. It is colorful and happy, and each scent has a little sketch that goes onto it's packaging.
I got the honey coconut and paper flower scents. I almost got gin blossom, but I decided against it at the last second (though I may pick it up next time.) I got the small bottle, .33 oz, because it is a good way to test out a scent. They were 9 dollars each, while the full sized 3.3 oz bottles were 28 I believe, so they are fairly affordable.
These perfumes are so delicious smelling. They are perfectly light and easy. I find them to be more summery daytime scents, which is a nice change after a winter of heavier scents. The honey coconut has a gentle, warm sweetness. It's a bit vanilla-y. It reminds me of lying on a beach. The paper flower is a sweet, soft floral, not too overpowering or harsh, and not musky. (For the record, I tend to go for muskier scents, especially in the winter, and I dislike super sweet scents, so I find these a touch sweet, but you may not find them sweet at all.)
The scent is pretty concentrated but like I said, not too strong or overpowering. They last fairly long on the skin, and I didn't notice too much of a change when the scent settled.
I am very pleased with these happy little perfumes! I want to test out a few more scents, but I see a full size in my future. Have you tried a Margot Elena product?