I remember the day my friend and broker (this was when I tried my hand at real estate for a second), Tamara Foster, showed me the million dollar idea she and her friend Marianne were working on. She brought a hot pad to work that was folded in half and closed with a button. Inside were sewn-in plastic baggies filled with different emergency items like tissues, stain remover pens, safety pins, hair clips, you name it. She told me that she wanted to take the idea to the next level and call the bags "In A Pikle" for life's little emergencies. I was so proud of her and awed by her ambition.
Now these little bags are expertly designed, streamlined, and carefully crafted. Tamara and her friend have appeared on national television and other media outlets. They have made waves with their gorgeous little product and it has been incredible to watch.
I have two Pikles myself, one in my car and one in my photography bag for wedding days. I can't tell you how many times a tissue for the bride, a stain-removal pen for a dress, an extra hair clip for a stubborn veil have come in handy. I recommend these versatile bags to photographers and brides alike as they are both useful and chic for wedding days.
Kevin has worked with this company for years doing their promotional shoots. We love our working relationship with Tamara and Marianne!
This is wedding week for In A Pikle and so they are doing some promotions. I was more than happy to give them a shout out, and hopefully some of our engaged couples will consider taking advantage of the 20% discount are offering to our clients on any of their products. Or, tag yourselves or someone you know getting married on our Facebook post and win a lovely little Tiffany blue bag for free.
Have a lovely day :)