|I have been on a treasure hunt all year long, seeking out the most unusual antique lockets, and am so excited to share this collection with you.|
Here are 5 gifts from Providence-based, women-owned businesses that will make her feel like a million bucks for Mother's Day (or any other day).
1. I saw this amazing blush silk and ostrich feather robe at Archetype Vintage and I thought I had to have it. Until I imagined an 18-month-old's hands mushing yogurt into the fabulous ostrich feathers. So, Mama, if you have made it past the toddler mushing food on your clothes stage, you have EARNED this.
Guest post from Mike Johnson, the Founder of Playground Dad, on meaningful holiday gift giving:
"The pre-kid magic was special. Once the kids arrived though, a love of a different stripe developed. With birthstone jewelry, we can admire the progression of our love."
Luna & Stella is returning to talulah.cooper in Providence, RI for a Trunk Show on Small Business Saturday, November 28 from 12 - 5. We will have our full line of birthstone and symbolic fine jewelry for sale, and some exciting new additions not yet available on the website -- including our new Estate Collection of lockets made in Providence from 1880 - 1940.
We are having our first ever sample at the Providence Flea at 345 South Main Street in Providence this Sunday September 13. If you have never been to the Flea, it's a outdoor juried market inspired by the wildly popular Brooklyn Flea. We love the vintage/modern mix of the Flea, and the idea a shopper could find a great vintage charm from one of the other sellers and mix it on a necklace or bracelet with one of our charms.
Luna & Stella will be hosting our second trunk show at talulah.cooper in Providence, RI on May 2 from 12 - 5. We will have our full line for sale including some exciting new additions not yet available on the website -- just in time for Mother's Day, May 10.
May we suggest the following itinerary for your day, Saturday May 2?
For our new site, we wanted to use images of real families to convey the relationships our products represent. We put out a call to our friends, family, and customers to ask for wonderful black-and-white family photos -- both recent pics and treasured "vintage" family photos. We received some really terrific submissions, but we couldn't resist the photo that customer Joe Stopa from Normal, Illinois, sent us of his parents wedding in 1948. His parents are grinning happily over their wedding cake, while his "Busias" (Polish-American for grandmothers) look on with nearly identical expressions that are well, priceless.