The World Needs More Of: Janice Carnevale of Bellwether EventsPosted: 01/06/2012
Lovely package update! Janice was sweet enough to send my package to Tulsa, Oklahoma so it would meet me while I was traveling. It was a big box! A big pink box! Actually, it was a cake box, which just made the whole ordeal that much more fun. Do you want to see pictures?
But first, a little bit about Janice. She is Bellwether Events , making beautiful weddings in Washington, D.C. Her mission statement says it all:
You ought to enjoy your engagement and planning your wedding
You deserve to make educated decisions and feel comfortable with your choices
You should be encouraged to spend wisely and maximize your budget
You deserve to work with professional wedding and event vendors who you trust
You have the right to feel relaxed and calm in the weeks, days and hours leading up to your wedding
You should spend your wedding day with your family and friends
Now, on to the presents!!! Here is the delightful cake box I found under the tree at my in-laws. OKLAHOMA! Inside were two stacked boxes covered in pom-poms and tiny, sparkly reindeer:
Now, here’s a little jump with lots and lots of pictures
Inside, I promise, was a gift that is in the top five best presents I ever received, and that includes my engagement ring presented to me on my birthday. A tiny book of tiny stories and the World Smallest Post Office. I had seen the WSPO line at Leafcutter Designs before and lusted after it, and now it is mine! Janice took my hints of liking “tiny things” to heart and really blew my mind.
The Post Office contains paper, two styles of envelope, stamps, “wax” seals, postal stickers, twine, boxes, butcher paper for wrapping and newspaper for packing stuff in the boxes. Not just bits of newspaper, but miniature sheets, full of ads, articles, horoscopes and crossword puzzles. Different on the front and back! This was my favorite bit. I’d fill out the crossword if the pen was small enough. And speaking of pens, it came with a super-duper fine-point pen so you can write more than one word on your mini-papers.