Tell us about your business.
We specialize in completely customized wedding products. We offer save the dates—available as a postcard, die cut card, or magnet—wedding invitations, RSVPs, ceremony/direction inserts, Thank You cards—available as a postcard or magnet—ceremony program fans, wine labels, table numbers, and unique photo displays.
What makes your business stand out?
There are no templates. We work with customers to get to know them and find out what their style and their story is. If you are a movie lover, we'll help turn your wedding stationery into movie tickets, a filmstrip, popcorn, or whatever you envision. We often incorporate photographs of the couple into our products. People are more inclined to keep something that has a friend or love one on it; it makes a more memorable keepsake for the couple. We also offer specialty products. Having a destination wedding in Jamaica? How about custom door hangers for your guests? Have a lengthy walk to the ceremony site? How about outdoor floor decals that tell the story of how you and your fiancé met?
What inspired you to start this business?
I'm a newlywed (under two years of marriage), and the wedding planning experience is still fresh in my mind. As a bride-to-be, I remember how most of the affordable invitations were templates, and I had to settle for an invitation that was kind of my style, in almost my wedding colors. That experience [is] part of what created Brown Fox Creative. I want to offer modern options for brides that are perfectly what they want, in exactly their color, style, and theme.
What is your most popular offering?
Save the date magnets. They literally stick around. "Will you be my bridesmaid" wine labels and ceremony program fans [are also popular], especially for outdoor weddings.
What is the best reaction you’ve ever gotten from a customer?
"Oh my goodness, I love all of these. I just can't choose. Let's do half the order with this design, and the other order with this other design." They just couldn't bear to pick just one design for their save the date magnets. So they didn't, they went with both.
What’s your favorite part about your job?
Feeling the excitement from brides as they give me general ideas, and we brainstorm the perfect solution.
Anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
We offer different paper types: linen (a textured paper), bamboo (a softer textured paper), and pearl (a shiny paper). We also have a large selection of die cut shapes and folding styles.
Handicap Accessible: No
Staff Size: 1 person
Parking: No parking
Most popular offering: Save The Dates
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