MEET OUR VENDORS
One of the biggest pieces of gathering community in the flower field is our vendors!
Not only will they be sharing their craft with everyone in the flower field, but a percentage of all vendor fees are donated to local charities, Martha's Thrift & Food Pantry (Belhaven, NC) and Eagle's Wings Food Pantry (Washington, NC).
All vendors are allowed to pop up as little or as much as they like throughout the season, so you may see them sprinkled throughout the flower field on different days.
Take a quick look below to get to know them!
Cartledge Crafts specializes in handmade crafts to accessorize your life. We make accessories (canvas pouches, keychains, totes), drinkware (coffee mugs, etched glassware & stainless steel drinkware), drinkware accessories (stainless steel koozies & wine gift bags), & stationery (bookmarks & journals). Our "life accessories" range from punny & inspirational, to all celebrating all things cute and fury on four legs!
I started out by making handmade gifts for family and friends. I finally decided three years ago that I wanted to do more with my work and share it with others. I currently hand-make door hangers, wall/home decor, candles, sugar scrubs and so much more. I also do a little baking.
Monica Slaney Art & Photo
Almost 10 years ago I founded PHOTOGRAPHIE:FOURSEVEN, a commercial Architecture and Interior Design photography studio, where through photos I tell stories about buildings and their relationship with the people who use them. Within Monica Slaney Art & Photo you'll find similar storytelling about people, places, and things that I've experienced. I hope you'll look at these photographs and create your own idea of what was happening in that moment of time.
Sweets and treats beloved by so many in the community!
Workshop Vendor - Yoga
Cameron Blake first discovered yoga in 2012 and has since fallen in love with the discipline. As a registered nurse working in behavioral health, she naturally felt drawn to the mental health benefits. After practicing on her own for years, Cameron earned a teaching certification through the Subtle Yoga for Mental Health Program at Mountain Area Health Education Center in 2021. She now successfully teaches chair yoga classes that include mindful motion, breathing techniques, and meditation. The journey of teaching yoga has taught Cameron that yoga is a great tool for self-love and it has become her passion to share that with others.
In Cameron’s chair classes, trauma informed language is used to guide students through seated and standing poses. Through these sequences, students will experience techniques that calm the nervous system and enhance their mindfulness and attention. Students will also cultivate practices that promote self-regulation, resiliency, and offer an increased mind-body connection. Students of all skill levels and backgrounds are welcome. No prior yoga experience is required.
Cameron is honored and grateful to provide space for others to learn about themselves and to tap into their inner self-healer.