Thursday, September 30, 2010
I found this gem while I was driving around town. I had to look twice because I couldn't believe it. A store front that is all about being green! This shop is filled with the most unique, eco-friendly items. Just big enough to be stocked full of all the necessities, from laundry detergent and cleaning products to lunch pails and children's toys, you'll wonder how you were able to spend so much time in such a compact place. The charming size of the Lil' Green Wagon makes it all the more eco-friendly, and gives me one more reason to love it. Marilyn, the store owner, made my experience even better. With a passion for the environment, she is working on bringing a refillable cleaning supply station to the Lil' Green Wagon so that her customers can reuse their containers and reduce waste. Brilliant!
Wednesday, September 29, 2010
This is your day. Skip the sea of uniform, unimaginative wedding favors and bridal accessories, and choose wedding details that are as special as you are. I’ve put together a collection of some of my favorite handcrafted items for your special day. Having handmade items at your wedding doesn’t mean you have to skip on quality or elegance. And, in fact, by choosing these custom, handcrafted pieces of artwork, you can count on being unique… and turning a few heads.
Left to right, top to bottom: Charlotte Necklace by Bambu Closet, Pocketful of Rosies Bobby Pins by The Honey Comb, Lizzy Bennet Comb by Which Goose, Heavenly Blush Dress by Claire La Faye, Priscilla Collection Ring Pillow by The Blooming South, Cosmetic Bloom by Plum Pretty Sugar, Textured Lace Bowl by One Clay Bead, Aromatherapy Candle by Sweet Petula, Lilah Bra by La Lilouche