It is lovely to be featured in a blog, especially a an Australian blog 'Polka Dot Wisdom' featuring Madeit sellers.
The blog section is called ''What Would They Know? Louise McCauley of Made It', which features in the Polka Dot Bride section.
Louise discusses what MadeIt is, the types of handmade items & sellers. The blog features one of the many sections of the Madeit website, that is, handmade for Weddings.
As quoted in the blog by Louise "Not many brides are chasing a cookie-cutter wedding anymore and as
weddings become less about tradition and more about a couple’s true
expression of their love, adding a personal touch to the day is
important for making your wedding say something unique about you and
your partner. Handmade offers the ability to find unique and
personalized products in a way that mass-production can’t."
I certainly agree, there are now many wedding magazines dedicated to non-traditional weddings such as 'Hello May' magazine & 'White' magazine.
Couples want creative & fun weddings and want to give expected traditions (that they want to keep) a new twist that’s more in sync with their style.
I rarely get requests for white bunting, I don't like to have it in my store.
Brides want something special, unique and ideally something that is One Of A Kind (ooak). My vintage bunting is ideal for weddings. I'm happy to consider custom quantities & lengths.
Please view my Madeit store for more Bunting styles, there are many to choose from!