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Local Love feat. Teaspressa

In case you've never heard of or visited Teaspressa's new location in Arcadia, keep on reading! Teaspressa is a Phoenix-based, female-run specialty tea company with the cutest and most delicious tea and sugar cube products that we seriously can't get enough of. We try to visit their cafe as frequently as possible for our favorite tea-based drinks that give you the same amount of caffeine as coffee.  We had the pleasure of attending their most recent "Sip + Shop" Event on September 2nd. It was so fun setting up a display of our favorite items within their store for the day. Some of our most popular cards are also available to purchase everyday at their Arcadia location.  Of course we had...

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Local Love feat. The Art House

A few weeks back we participated in the first-ever "Art House Market" at The Art House located in downtown Gilbert. The market brought 20 different local vendors together to showcase their goods within the Gilbert community. Every time we attend a local market, we love getting to know more of the talented artisans right in our own backyard.  After a day of being in the environment of downtown Gilbert, you can tell the community has a great sense of pride for Arizona. Plus, who isn't drawn to locally made things?! Some of our favorite highlights from the day were delicious caramel apples from Yo Clark, the beautiful gems at the Pure Life Jewelry booth, and the coolest hats from our...

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Local Love feat. Sweet Wool

Say hello to Sweet Wool! We had the pleasure of partnering with this adorable, addictive, & delicious Arizona-based spun cane company for a recent pop-up event at our shop. We discovered them on Instagram and instantly fell in love with their setup, branding, and handmade, organic cotton candy creations. Just looking through some of these photos is sure to sweeten your day!  We spoke with owner, Cachaé Ward, about how Sweet Wool came to be. We loved her concept of creating a more natural, organic spin on cotton candy and adding artisanal flavors to the classic treat. This is not your standard "carnival" candy, it actually has flavors that go beyond just a color of pink or blue. While it may not turn...

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