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I am SO excited to announce that I’ve been hand-selected to be a vendor in the NotWedding Savannah, April 15th, 2014 at the Mackey House. The NotWedding is a big fake wedding, designed to be the perfect place for wedding vendors to showcase their skills: a wedding. It’s also a great way for brides to see the local vendors’ skills in a similar setting that they would be in in their own weddings.
The ceremony is an actual couple renewing their vows, and the guests are brides planning their weddings. It feels just like a typical wedding: there’s a catered dinner, drinks, and even dancing! In my case, as one of the stationers, I’ll design and print invitations, menus, and catering cards. One of the vendors is a wedding planner, so all of the vendors will be working closing with them to bring together one cohesive design based on an inspiration board chosen by the NotWedding.
I knew that I wanted to be a part of the NotWedding Savannah when I read about their heart. The NotWedding has three main goals: to inspire brides & grooms, to promote small and local businesses and to encourage strong and committed marriages. Who can’t get behind that? The NotWedding is so innovative because its creator, Callie Murray, was a wedding photographer in Atlanta who wanted a new way to effectively build her business. The NotWedding filled a void in the wedding industry. It’s the perfect alternative to the traditional, overwhelming bridal show.
After lots of thought and prayer, my husband Chaz and I decided it would be the perfect motivating factor for me to take my company, Caroline Fausel Paper Co., to the next level in 2014. It’s going to take SO much work, but I can’t wait to invest my time in new designs that will help brides have the weddings of their dreams.