Droplets containing dispersed particles exhibit intriguing patterns during the evaporation, like the well-known "coffee ring" effect. In contrast with their particle-laden counterparts, emulsion droplets pose a more intricate scenario due to the coalescence of tiny dispersed droplets primarily occurring at the contact line. The coalescnece froms a continuous film that spreds outward. In this poster, we reconstructed both the spatial and temporal evolution of these droplets, along with the spreading of the surrounding film. A newly discovered phenomenon, the "blooming" of emulsion droplets, is presented.