In 2012, Alan Hargrove was in school studying graphic design and one of the electives he had to take was photography. He says,
Loran Olivia launched in 2016 after the owner, Megan Gallant was looking for a creative outlet outside of her corporate 9-5. Their first products were custom designed gifts such as inspirational coffee mugs, wine glasses among other items. Three years later and they have become experts in design and are now specializing in Premium Wedding Invitations and Day of Stationery. They are becoming New Brunswick's go-to destination for high-quality Luxury Wedding Stationery.
This week’s vendor highlight is Dioné Cosmetics, owned by Weddings Atlantic Beauty Expert Alisha Anderson!
Karlas Pretty Petals is owned by Karla Saunders in Grafton, NB. She started her business by doing flowers for two of their children’s weddings within 6 months of each other. Her husband then recommended her business to one of his friends, and it took off from there. It’s been about five years since she started and business is booming!
Sarah Anderson had been marrying people for about a year and began to see a trend in people moving away from larger, elaborate weddings and opting for smaller and more impromptu ceremonies. She had many couples call her while visiting the valley who had decided to get married on a whim, so she wanted to offer a creative solution for couples looking to tie the knot in a unique way. Pop Up Weddings are becoming popular because you can have something fun and adventurous but don’t have to compromise the quality of the day.