Hi blog fam
This series of sharing different wedding vendors and chatting about the in’s and out’s of what they offer has been so fun. I totally wish I had all this knowledge 4 yrs ago when I got hitched!
Today, I am so excited to introduce Ana Walker with Lovely Little Light. She is a small creative business based out of Dubuque, Iowa specializing in unique hand-lettered creations. Each item is handmade in her home and stamped with a piece of her heart and soul. Below are some awesome goodies about what she offers her weddings clients.
WHY DO CUSTOM PIECES MATTER?
Customization makes each item unique to the bride and groom. You get exactly what you want, how you want, and the way you want it. It gives couples the opportunity to bring their ideas to life on their special day. Custom items also add a lasting memory of the best day ever.
WHAT DO YOU OFFER FOR BRIDES?
I provide calligraphy and hand lettering goods, gifts, signs and services for brides. I offer large welcome signs, place cards, table numbers, customized bridal party gifts (custom t-shirts, hangers, flasks, totes, bags, etc.), small signage, jean or leather jackets, personalized bean bag sets, and more! I am always open to new ideas of special pieces to create for a bride and groom’s big day. All of my products are 100% handcrafted and do not use stencils or cut-outs. On top of handcrafted items for purchase, I offer rental signs as well. Lastly, I also offer fun, unique calligraphy classes for bridal parties or bridal showers.
WHAT ARE YOUR TOP SELLERS?
Custom signs are by far my most popular item for weddings. I offer wood, acrylic, mirror, chalkboard, and wooden framed signs but lately mirrors have been the sign of choice! Brides also love my hand-lettered jackets, bridal party bags and rental options. When working with a bride, I like to sit down to discuss what things she is looking for then work to curate a package that fits her style, vision and budget.
CHECK OUT MORE OF HER FAQ’S HERE
Blog photos by Grace T Photography, Roots and Wild Photography and Ana Dellamuth