Brides inspire me. It’s true. Yesterday I received and email from a woman named Sarah. She was writing to tell me that her Aunt (a Master Gardener) and Uncle (Watermelon and bean farmer) passed along to her the article from Lancaster Farming Newspaper about LoCoFlo. Sarah’s getting married and they thought she’d like reading about us.
Sarah went on in her note to tell me about the paper and clay flowers she was making for her own wedding. Check them out below-they’re awesome!
The top row is made of clay and the bottom row is made out of paper. Sarah said she is “stemming” them now and trying to figure out the best way to bunch them in a bouquet. Has anyone reading done this? Anyone have any tips?
Sarah was so cute in her note. She then went on to tell me that she posted our web address on offbeatbride.com because she thought folks on there would be interested in our business. Go Sarah! You Rock!
I thought I’d pass this along because this is a great example of how fun and unexpected this “job” can be. It’s great meeting (in person and online) folks that care about farming, that are creative and generous and that want to share a little bit about their most special day with ME! Pretty cool.