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A Gothic Wine Theme Wedding

Oct 20, 2010

Every month here at our Little Things showroom in Sayreville, NJ, we change out our display windows.  We pick a theme, and usually try to incorporate it with the current month or season.  This month we’ve chosen a Gothic Wine theme display.  Since we’re very limited on Halloween themed favors (though we have a lot of orange, there’s not a lot of pumpkins or ghoul-ish favors), we decided to go with a purple color scheme with lots of purple, black and silver favors.  We were also able to incorporate a lot of our most popular wine theme wedding favors.

We started off by looking for centerpiece and window accents.  We hung black paper chandeliers from the ceiling, and found a twisted, branch-like wine rack and filled it with black red wine bottles – one is even called Vampire!  We also found a candelabra-esque piece covered in tiny black and purple beads.  A glitterly, silver skull head, faux grapes and big purple pumpkins complete the table decorations.  The place settings sit atop a black table cloth, silver runner, and purple place mats.  All of the place settings are neatly topped with black napkins in silver holders.

We scatter some of our most popular wine wedding favors and purple wedding favors around the windows.  We even took a video of the window and posted it up on YouTube!  You can check the video out here.  Special thanks to Erica for taping it, and to me for doing all the talking!

Other great wine wedding favors that weren’t featured in our window or the video include stemless wine glasses, which are one of our most popular wine themed favors.  Wine bottle stoppers, coasters, and wine charms are also favorites of all the girls here in the office.

Happy Wednesday!  <3 Kelsey

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Announcing Our New Daily Deal

Sep 15, 2010

Daily Wedding Deal

Daily Wedding Deal

Save a bunch on your wedding favors and wedding accessories with our new Daily Deal.  Every day, once per day, we post a NEW deal for our customers including wedding favors and wedding accessories. Above you will see some of the upcoming daily deals.

Visit us often and Save 20% on each daily deal – because its not just a deal – it’s a steal!

As Featured On The Today Show – Weddings Today

Aug 25, 2010

Our Favors Featured On The Today Show - Weddings Today

Our Favors Featured On The Today Show - Weddings Today

We’re all thrilled in the office, we feel like little TV stars! In case you missed it, many of our wedding favors were featured on The Today Show with Stylist, Bobbie Thomas.  You can see the clip here in case you missed it: Weddings Today, Featuring Our Double Duty Favors

But for our readers who want to know exactly what was featured here is a list of the items seen on the show:

A) Silver Bamboo Style Place Card Frame – These silver polyresin frames in a sleek and elegant bamboo design will make your place card presentation unique, and are an excellent choice as wedding favors.  Holds a 2″ x 3″ photo or place card.  $1.25 each, Orders over 144 pieces, .99 cents each.

B) Vintage Design Damask Mint Tins – Give your guests a vintage inspired, damask design mint tin as your party or wedding favors (.70 cents each).  We added our Blank Double Faced Satin Favor Ribbon in hot pink then sealed the top with our Set of 35 Small Round Monogram Labels in our Strawberry Pink, Modern Lowercase font.

C) Scattered Rhinestone Place Card Frame – These attractive place card frames pull double duty as inexpensive wedding favors that also welcome your guests to their seats Holds a 2″ x 3″ photo or place card.  $1.75 each, 40 pieces or more .99 cents each

D) Round Silver Mint Tin Wedding Favor Boxes – They’re ideal favors for any celebration and It’s easy to add your own special touches – customize the color of what’s inside the mint tins to match your color scheme, add a personalized sticker or adorn them with a bow.  .50 cents each.  We added our Blank Double Faced Satin Favor Ribbon in plum then sealed the top with our Set of 35 Small Round Theme Labels in the Plum color.

E) Candy Jars - at .99 cents each complete with personalized labels you can’t beat this deal.  Available in Themes, Monograms and many, many modern designs.

F) Mini Favor Cube Boxes – come in: Aqua (as shown in pic on right), Black (as shown to the left of the Aqua box), Brown, Pink, and White. ($9.90 – $7.20 Per Set of 12, quantity priced). On the Aqua Boxes we featured our Rhinestone Monogram Stickers and on the Black Boxes we featured our Set of 12 Personalized Round Cherry Blossom Labels.

G) Our Chair Boxes – These adorable little chairs are available in Gold, Silver or White and can be used as a place card holder (vellum strips are included) and inside the seat can hold candies, chocolates or even a truffle! (Prices range from $11.20 to $4.75 per Set of 12)

H) Monogram Pyramid Favor Boxes – Printed with your monogram for free, Pack of 50 boxes.  $49.00 first pack of 50, $39.00 orders over 100 boxes.  (That’s .39 cents per printed box!) We added our Blank Double Faced Satin Favor Ribbon.

I) Elegant Arc Photo Frame and Placeholder – Elegantly brushed metal curves gently around your guest’s name and table number. The soft bend of this unique place card frame wedding favor catches the candlelight at your reception, and later serves as a photo frame for your guest’s photographs. $1.70, order 96 Pieces or more and they are .99 cents each!

J) Silver Heart Shaped Mint Tin Wedding Favor Boxes – Packed with love, these heart shaped boxes / mint tins can hold tiny treasures and heartfelt sentiments inside .60 cents each.  We added to the top our Set of 35 Small Round Theme Labels in the Tangerine color.

K) Beautifully Beaded Place Card & Photo Frame – Shown in Gold but also available in Silver.  Both are top sellers! These exquisite place card frames made of metal and glass will brighten up your reception tables and your guests lives! Starts at $1.70 and drops to .99 cents each when you order 96 pieces or more!

L) Square Clear Top Mint Tin Favors – Popular as favors for all types of occasions, mints tins give you the opportunity to fill them with candies, mints, jordan almonds, confetti or whatever you can imagine. .65 cents each.  We added our Set of 20 Personalized Square Theme Tags or Labels for a personalized touch.

M) Lovebirds Design Photo Coasters and Damask Photo Coasters – insert your place card into the photo area and then guests can take home the coaster to use on their tables at home.  72 or more and their .99 cents each!

We hope you enjoyed the double duty, afforable and stylish wedding favors that were featured on The Today Show.  If you have any questions or would like us to make recommendations for your wedding or event, we would be more than happy to assist you!  Please give us a call at 732-654-5262 or stop by our Showroom on Saturdays at 137 Main Street Sayreville, NJ 08872.  Many Thanks to Bobbie Thomas and The Today Show for featuring us!

- Happily Ever After To You!

Erica :)

Go Green! Planning Your Eco-Friendly Wedding

Aug 9, 2010

Every year we get more and more new favors, and this year we couldn’t help but notice that eco-friendly wedding favors are becoming more and more popular.  I personally love eco-friendly favors, because majority of them are practical…and so cute!  Here at our Little Things office, I encourage everyone to be eco-conscious—I insist on recycling, try not to waste a lot of paper or packaging materials, and recently even purchased recycled post its!  (We use so many of them anyway.)  If you even look at my favorite favors section, it says that I love eco-friendly favors, and even features a couple of my favorites, including this “Write from my Heart” Eco-Friendly Note Pad.  I couldn’t have been more thrilled to decorate our display windows this month, because we decided on an eco-friendly theme.  And yes, they came out fantastic, if I do say so myself.  The centerpiece is a green lime tree, set on a natural earth tone table cloth.  The runner is a sort of bamboo material, and green napkins are folded fan style on the plates.  Each place setting is adorned with green topiary place card holders that incorporate with the look of the centerpiece, leaf votive tea light holders, and these Tree Design Wooden Favor Boxes, which I also love.  Surrounding the table setting are a number of other eco-friendly favors, mostly in brown or green hues to match the color scheme.  If you walk by the window you’ll see a variety of bird nests, wooden birdhouses, natural fans, seed favors, and more.  These favors aren’t just cute, but they’re good for the environment, too.

There are a number of other ways to really go green with an eco-friendly wedding besides your favors.  For starters, your invitations are the first thing you’re going to choose.  Not only can you have them printed on recycled paper, but you can have them eco-friendly right down to the ink:  environmentally friendly ink is usually soy-based.  Consider recycled paper for your other paper goods, too:  place cards, save the dates, thank you cards, programs, and possibly even your menu—which can feature organic food, and even be served on organic dinnerware.  There are also plenty of organic wines to sample and choose from, too.

Even though flowers technically do grow in the ground, cut flowers are actually very toxic.  Luckily, simply by some researching, you’ll be able to find organic floral suppliers.  Another option is growing your own flowers, or maybe choosing greenery instead—that will really coordinate with your “green” wedding!  Your attire can be eco-friendly too:  if you’re looking for a light, summery dress to wear at your beach themed wedding, organic cotton is a great choice.  The hot weather isn’t for everyone, though, so if your event takes place in a cooler season, cotton may be a little too thin.  Besides cotton, other organic fabric can include hemp or bamboo.  Plus, if you’re looking for colors for your bridesmaids’ dresses, you can always choose dresses made with low-impact/vegetable dye.  With a little bit of research, you can also find eco-friendly wedding bands.  Mining, whether it is for gold or other gems, is actually very destructive.  So, another great idea is to favor some hand-me-downs.  If you don’t have someone to pass a ring along to you, shop around at thrift shops for older, antique rings.  You’d be surprised at the quality after a little TLC.  Not only will the rings have a vintage feel and look, but they’ll have a little more of a sentimental background.

I hope this article inspires all of you brides-to-be to consider an eco-friendly wedding, or maybe just Eco-Friendly Wedding Favors.  Happy Monday!

<3 Kelsey

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What Would Your Wedding Song Be?

Aug 2, 2010

The other day one of us decided to ask, “What would your wedding song be?”  This question seemed to spark quite a conversation.  As mentioned in the last update, Alecia & Kristi are newly engaged.  So for them, this question called for a serious decision.  Alecia decided on Two is Better Than One by Boys Like Girls.  She and Marten thought it perfect when they first heard it.  Kristi’s choice was The Day Before You by Rascall Flatts.  Finally, (although I’m not getting married any time soon) mine was Somewhere Over the Rainbow sung by Jason Castro.  Or perhaps, I’m Yours by Jason Mraz (I have a thing for acoustics).  Here at our office, we are always singing along to something (our artist of choice at the moment, and for the past two years is Lady Gaga).  We even have a toy microphone that really has a speaker in it!  Alecia and I are constantly being made fun of for singing loudly when we hear a good song, and I am always making plans to go sing karaoke.  Who doesn’t love music?  We all have that song we play when we’re in a good mood, an angry mood, or a sad mood.  That’s why music themed wedding favors are such a great choice:  because they’re universal.

“If music be the food of love, then play on.”

Quoted by the one and only Shakespeare, and featured not only on the wall of Erica, owner of Little Things’ home, but also in the description of our brand new “Love Songs” Silver-Finish Music Note Place Card Holders.  The set of four easily coordinates with any event and the quality is fabulous.  These are an absolutely adorable choice for any music themed event.  Even though they’re a new arrival, the sales for them have been booming.  For a more rock and roll vibe, these designs are featured only at Little Things – our Exclusive Love Bird Design is available printed on items such as drink mixes and chocolates.  Designed by Erica and musically inspired, these favors are one of a kind.  You won’t find them anywhere else!

Other great and fun ideas for your music themed wedding can include karaoke at your reception.  Have your DJ play classic sing-a-long songs that will really get your guests excited to sing to.  You might even want to consider purchasing a Dance Floor Decal if your guests are going to be moving to the music!  Another fun idea is to hand out CD’s with great love songs on it, including your wedding song.  Finally, this Flower of Love in Romantic Red Wedding Collection is the ideal pick for your wedding accessories.  The backdrop of the roses is intricately detailed with tiny music notes.

Our Music Inspired Favors Section is loaded with more fun favors to choose from.  So, what would your wedding song be?

Most of us here are finally recovering from being sick last week.  I hope the rest of you are feeling bright eyed and bushy tailed!  If you’re having a case of the Monday blues, try listening to your favorite song.  :)

Lots and lots of love – Kelsey

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New Beginnings for Little Things Employees!

Jul 15, 2010

Congratulations to two of our employees here at our Little Things Favors office in Sayreville, NJ!  Just recently have Alecia and Marten, and Kristi and Steve announced that they are getting married!  Alecia, our office manager, announced her engagement to Marten on June 14th.  We were so excited to hear the news, and were even more excited when we saw the ring!  Alecia’s ring has a very vintage look to it, which was exactly what she wanted.  The diamond is low set with intricate detailing on the profile.  The design of the ring is actually called Tulip.  Prior to the proposal, Alecia had really wanted an engagement party, and even a reception featuring a damask theme.  Since the ladies here are in her bridal party, we couldn’t stop talking about black and white wedding favors, and lots of diamonds and sparkles.  But now as she looks at eligible venues for both the engagement party and reception, her ideas are taking a sharp turn.  She’s found gorgeous pumpkin patches and farm fields with indoor and outdoor reception areas that give a cozy and comforting feel.  So now she seems to be veering more towards a fall theme, at least for her engagement party now.  She’s 100% certain about hosting her engagement party as a brunch.  So now it’s talk of chocolate browns, golden oranges and deep coppers.  And since it’s a favorite here at the office, of course she’ll be displaying Pumpkin Design Brownies on her tables!  Yum!  Although the rest of us girls loved the idea of a damask themed wedding, it’s her big day.  But we still get to plan the bachelorette party!

Now it’s Kristi’s turn in the spotlight:  Steve just proposed to her on Thursday, July 8th.  We didn’t just hear about it – we all witnessed it!  Steve surprised her at work and proposed to her right on the sidewalk outside of our showroom.  The rest of us were peeking out the door, and couldn’t stop clapping (and some of us even crying) for the two of them!  Kristi was so surprised, however I can’t say the same for all of us…Steve had consulted Erica a month ago!  He then swept Kristi right out the door for a long weekend down the shore.  Kristi’s engagement ring is more high set, and there is no better word to describe it than sparkly!  I personally think that the ring almost looks like a flower, and has a very classic look.  Since they’ve only been engaged for exactly a week now, they haven’t planned much so far.  But we do know that Kristi favors the color eggplant, which seems to be trending this wedding season.  She also likes the idea of a “Sculpture Garden” theme, which could easily feature numerous favors from our Eco-Friendly Section. Congratulations to both of you!  We can’t wait for the weddings—it’s a race to the altar!

Also, warm welcomes to our new customer service representative in training, Darlene!  We’re more than happy to have yet another friend and employee here at Little Things.

Hope everyone is having a great week, but it’s almost Friday!  Hang in there!  <3 Kelsey

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Little Things Is Hiring Customer Service Representatives

Jun 7, 2010

Do you have a passion for brides, the wedding industry, talking to people and helping to plan their event?  Are you passionate, upbeat, friendly and organized?  Little Things Favors is hiring and we may have the perfect job for you!

The ideal candidate will have a passion for brides and the wedding industry.​ You will work with our current business partners and vendors to help our clients purchase their wedding favors, wedding accessories and other special occasion favors and gifts.​ Candidate must have a pleasant, up beat personality and great interpersonal skills.​ Candidate must have excellent organization and communication skills, must be a self-starter, have the ability to prioritize multiple tasks and feel comfortable researching and resolving customer service issues.​  We offer a fun, energetic work environment and are looking for an experienced, very professional customer care representative for our growing company.

We are a growing and profitable start-up that has been in business since 2003.​  Our favors and gifts have been featured in numerous media outlets including InStyle Weddings, Modern Bride, Brides, WeTv, and iVillage.

Interested?  Then Apply Today!  Visit our job listing at: http://jobview.monster.com/Customer-Service-Representative-Job-Sayreville-NJ-88559316.aspx

Hope to hear from you!

Love – Erica & Team Little Things

Love Life @ Little Things

May 11, 2010

Even if it’s a crazy Monday here in our office/showroom, with the phones ringing off the hook, a full inbox and customers walking in to top, we always seem to find the time to chitchat.  Actually, the ladies and I rarely ever shut up!  Random conversations can range from anything common, such as music, to something completely out of the ordinary, like Kristi’s strange fear of spines.  We also tend to constantly poke fun at each other and crack jokes so funny that we’ll be doubling over in hysterics.  Usually, though, we update each other on what’s going on in our lives:  what we’re doing this weekend, what we really want to buy, or the snarky confrontation with the woman at the post office.   Oh, and we usually talk about our boyfriends, whether it be why we fought, the sweet things they do for us, or the gross habits they have.  So sorry, gentlemen, but every lady employed at Little Things is currently off the market.

Out of my obsession with love and all things such, I had a spontaneous streak of inspiration one day while we were all talking about our significant others.  So why not pay a little homage to everyone and their beau?  Since our work environment here is so small and intimate, it’s really simple to touch on everyone’s lives.  Say hello to the couples here at Little Things!

Erica & Chris

These are the two that make it all happen:  Erica and Chris are the owners and founders of Little Things.  Right now they are the only couple in the office that is actually married, which happened way back in August of 2003.  Our NJ showroom even features pictures from their wedding on the walls, elegantly framed in our Signature Guest Book Mats.  The two even dressed up together for Halloween, with Erica as a bride and Chris as the priest marrying her off!  They also have a son, Gabriel and three dogs, perfecting their family image.  The two are usually in the showroom with each other every Saturday, helping other couples to plan their weddings for a marriage just as happy as theirs!

Alecia & Marten
You can ask anyone here in the office:  even though it’s only been a little over a year, it feels as if these two have been together forever.  Alecia and Marten met at his work place, and at first it only seemed like a harmless flirtation.  But now the two are practically inseparable–they just moved in together!  Even though they’re not officially engaged yet, we’re all practically on the edge of our seats waiting for Marten to propose.  And we couldn’t be more happy for them…or more excited to begin planning the wedding (and the bachelorette party)!  Don’t worry, once it happens I’ll be writing a congratulatory blog article in honor of the two, along with all the great details after the wedding!

Kristi & Steven

Besides Chris and Erica, Kristi and Steve have been together for the longest.  They’re only two months away from their 5 year anniversary!  Even though Kristi’s been working here for exactly 4 months today, I still haven’t met Steve!  Although I have seen pictures of them together, and I have to say the two really do compliment each other.  And the first time Alecia met him, she said, “they really seem like they’re meant to be together.”  Like Alecia and Marten, these two are practically engaged to be engaged.  They’ve even known each other since high school (but I can’t write they were high school sweethearts, even though that would add on to their cute-ness.  They didn’t get together until years after).  So we’ll see who beats the other to the proposal.  It’ll be a race to the alter!

Kelsey and Richard
Rich and I are the newest couple here at Little Things–we’ve only officially been together for three months.  Today is exactly three months since he wanted to call me his girlfriend, actually.  As much as I adore him now, when we first met neither of us though that we were going to get together, but the best things always seem to be the ones that aren’t planned.  We couldn’t be happier now though, and we’re actually planning our Vegas getaway to get married in June…just kidding.  Alecia and Kristi call us “smitten,” and will make fun of me when I’m wearing a “cat that ate the canary” grin, though we all say that to each other when we’re wearing a stupidly happy smile.  But I just can’t help it, he is quite the charmer and is always making me laugh.  He’s a really great cook too, which with him, I discovered, is the way to my heart.

So that’s everyone’s love life here at the Little Things Office.  Except for Ben…who is currently single and ready to mingle, ladies!  Our very own “prince charming” is sure to be exactly that and make you swoon.  We’re not really ever sure about his love life though, because he’s such a lady’s man.  It would be much too hard to keep up with!  But of course all us girls here are his main squeezes; he’ll never love any girl the way he loves us!

Hope everyone’s week is off to a great start!  <3 Kelsey

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Win A Copy of Planet Wedding: A Nuptialpedia

Apr 20, 2010

Planet Wedding: A Nuptialpedia

Planet Wedding: A Nuptialpedia

About two years ago, Harry Choron, contacted me – he wanted to use a few of my articles that I had published on our website in his upcoming book, Planet Wedding. Of course I was thrilled and honored to be included in such a wedding publication and signed the article releases right away!

Although it wasn’t my first time published (I had poems published way back in my high school days in Teen and Seventeen Magazines) and I’ve been an aspiring romance writer for a few years now – it was my first time that I was going to have my name in print in an industry wedding publication.  How exciting!!! And today, I finally received a copy of Planet Wedding - and there I was, on page vii – under the acknowledgments.   Wow!

Planet Wedding is a fabulous guide for brides-to-be, wedding buffs and the romantics at heart who not only want useful wedding planning tips but also history, information, cultural, funny stories and more – it really is everything you need to know about weddings. (Maybe even some things on wedding favors?)

Our Articles:

  • What Your Color Choice Really Means
  • A History of The Honeymoon

But Also includes Articles such as:

  • 69 Rules of Wedding Crashing
  • Ten Things the Bridal Industry Doesn’t Want You to Know
  • How to Tell If You’re a Bridezilla
  • How to Have a Green Wedding
  • 231 Money-Saving Tips
  • Wedding Customs from Around the World

It really is a useful book chock-full of useful tidbits and items you can use to help plan your own wedding!  And because I’ve been published in it, I would like to give away to one reader a copy of this book!  All you have to do is comment on this blog post for a chance to win – and please include your real email address when you comment (don’t worry, it won’t be published) so I can contact the winner.

Open to US Residents – US Shipping Only.  Contest ends on April 30, 2010 at Midnight EST.  Winner will be announced Saturday May 1, 2010!

Happy Wedding Planning!

Erica :)

25 Random Things About Team Little Things

Apr 13, 2010

  1. We started out in 2003 selling custom made “Lovesaver” wrappers to fit over standard lifesavers, we expanded our product line in 2004 selling on ebay as seller littlethings*favors
  2. In 2006 we closed down our ebay store to focus on our website, Two Hearts Favors while we developed our current website, Little Things Favors
  3. In August 2007 www.LittleThingsFavors.com was launched and fully functional
  4. In the beginning, we worked out of our basement in an 10” x 8” room – our chairs literally bumping into each other when we tried to “roll back”
  5. In September 2008, we opened our first showroom location – 137 Main Street in Sayreville, New Jersey – with a little over 700 square feet of showroom space and an office we could use!
  6. In February 2010 we launched www.LittleThingsBaby.com a website exclusively for baby shower favors and gifts.
  7. Although we started as a wedding favors company, we sell a variety of favors, wedding accessories and gifts – baby shower favors, bridal shower favors, Sweet 16, graduation, anniversary, religious favors and more!
  8. The most unusual use for one of our favors was used as “funeral favors”.  Who knew?
  9. We carry roughly 5,000 favors and gifts on Little Things Favors and 1,000 favors on Little Things Baby.
  10. We are a family oriented company and call ourselves “Team Little Things”  We celebrate everyone’s birthday, anniversary, holiday and even those “just because” events.  We are more of a family than an office environment.  We all love coming into work!
  11. We have an office joke that Monday’s are Mimosa Mondays – although we never officially have cracked a bottle of champagne open on any Monday!
  12. We could be “Glee” of the wedding favor industry.  We always have music on we are always singing, usually in unison.  There is a 99% chance if you call or visit, we’ll have music on in the background.
  13. There is always candy in the showroom / office.  Current offerings are Cherry Jelly Belly Jellybeans and Assorted Jordan Almonds.  But we love Finnish & Belgium Chocolate!
  14. The office is eco-conscious. We donate to Carbon Fund, recycle and reuse as much as we can.
  15. We also have donated to the Make-A-Wish foundation, March of Dimes, Cougars for Cancer, and other local causes.
  16. We love Halloween and we dress up each year.
  17. When we receive new products in our showroom we all “ohh” and “ahh” over our new “toys”.  We love getting new products just so we can test and sample the goods.
  18. Because we see our products in person, rest assured when you call us, you will get an honest opinion of an item you may be interested in.
  19. We are expecting two of our Team members, Leci & Kristi to be getting engaged shortly – and we can’t wait for it so we can plan the weddings!!
  20. We are obsessed with coffee.  From the moment we open the doors to the time we close – our coffee pot is brewing.  Erica loves organic Newman’s Own or Starbucks Zen tea while the rest of the girls seem to prefer Hazelnut.
  21. The last week of December Erica and Leci are usually in Finland.  This “girls-only” getaway has turned into a yearly event where they go for a week of great Scandinavian music concerts, spa trips, saunas, delicious chocolate and sub-zero temperatures. We’re trying to recruit the other girls in the office to come this year for our yearly retreat.
  22. We are animal lovers – we participate in National “Take Your Dog to Work Day” but occasionally, you’ll find one of Erica’s 3 Shih Tzu dogs in the office. We also have two Beta fish that live in the showroom.
  23. Erica & Chris’ 5 year old son is usually in the office after school, so if you call you may hear him in the background.  Often when customers are in the showroom, he’ll even suggest wedding favors for them!
  24. We’re not your typical wedding company – we have a bit of a rock n’ roll edge which inspired the color scheme for our website.  Our showroom reflects this in a funky, lounge inspired hot pink and black theme with modern furniture.
  25. There is a PC vs. Mac dispute in the office.  The guys all use Apple products where as the girls all work on PCs.

Hope these little random tid-bits about Little Things has shed some light on the great office I work in.  I am so thankful to have the most dedicated and fun group of employees to work with.  I would like to take this opportunity to say “Thank You!” to my staff: Leci, Kristi, Kelsey, Ben & Marko for making this all possible! Thank you to my husband Chris for putting up with many long nights of me plugging away at the website!  In June Little Things Favors will celebrate our 7th anniversary and I am looking forward to another great 7 years and beyond with you all!

Thank you Team Little Things!!

Love you!

Erica