Offering custom invitations, announcements, thank you’s, for all wedding and event correspondence. Unique designs to complement your individual style.

mmm…delicious idea!

On my wedding day, eating or hydrating was the last thing on my mind. There’s so much going on – so many loved ones in and out – that it’s just really not something I planned for or thought of. Thankfully, my maid of honor is one of the smartest people I know, and since our venue was a restaurant, it worked out just fine: she ordered up to the room where we were getting ready platters of appetizers and bottles of pellegrino, and once it arrived, we all ate like we had never seen food before.

Unfortunately, keeping the bridal party fed and hydrated is one of those details that often goes by the wayside when planning. Enter Marrylicious, one of the smartest businesses I’ve seen in a long time!

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Heather Kleiner and Juliana Wong, the brilliant minds behind Marrylicious, offer a range of packages that will keep you and your bridal party nourished and prepared for any wedding day situation. Focusing on “the art of eating,” they offer gourmet snacking packages from fine local specialty food creators such as Belle Epicurean and Beecher’s Cheese. Each package is customizable and your choices range from simple snacks and sparkling water to savory gourmet lunches and sparkling wine. (The packages are also quite reasonably priced!)

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all images courtesy of marrylicious.com

Each gourmet package also includes a signature survival kit, complete with stain remover, dental products, tissue, mints, and a sewing kit. These girls have thought of everything!

We met Heather and Juliana at the Seattle Wedding Show (we were neighbors – their booth was only two spaces away) and they are both so sweet and helpful! I’d highly recommend contacting them. Check out their website at www.marrylicious.com.

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3 Comments so far

  1. Erin January 29th, 2008 5:27 pm

    Hey Whitney:

    Sorry I’ve taken so long to answer you – the envelopes are from paperenvelopes.ca. You can go to their site and request a catalogue. I believe those ones were under their “Notables” line – called “chocolate”. On the website these ones look red, but they are indeed dark brown.

    Hope that helps – and thanks for responding re: magazine coverage!!!

    Best,

    Erin

  2. Tara January 30th, 2008 9:12 pm

    That IS a really good idea — especially a good gift idea. I’ll have to remember it when I’m feeling particularly generous and decadent 🙂

  3. Sheena March 21st, 2008 8:18 pm

    LOVE this. I can’t wait to contact them with my kudos.

    Thanks for the support Brown Sugar Designs!!

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