Angela Lensch Gallery is the perfect place to find wedding gifts and favors.
Located in a historic, 1900’s, Egg Harbor log cabin, the gallery features Angela’s unique, hand-woven, gold and silver jewelry and also represents creations by other local artisans in the Door County community.
Deanna Schroeder Stich studied at Blue Sky School of Professional Massage and Therapeutic Bodywork and has been practicing since 2007.
She offers Hot Stone Massage, Aromatherapy and Precision Neuromuscular Therapy. I work out of her own studio and also provides massage at Horseshoe Bay and the Lavender Spa in the Settlement Inn in Fish Creek. She is also a Mandala Facilitator.
Through Bayview Organics, she grow wheatgrass which she can juice for your whole bridal party to get them functioning at peak performance for your big day! She also offer soy candles, Soaking Sea Salts and plant based soaps for wedding favors.
When thinking about conscious gift giving, consider Ecology Sports as a part of your eco-green wedding.
Their incentive is to get back to a more natural environment and improve quality in living. Their clothing, books, accessories and canoes are an invitation to get out there and have a great time while interacting with the Earth’s natural elements. They support local environmental causes, sustainable agriculture, believe in fair trade and strive towards a world that is safe and clean for our children.
And… when you’re ready for a quick respite from shopping, head downstairs to Base Camp Coffee Shop.
“We grow lavender and lemon verbena right here in Door County,” says Diane Julian.
“We make creams, lotions, sprays, soaps, sachets and several other products. We also make small favors for weddings or showers that are either a small organza bag of lavender buds or a small organza bag with two small heart shaped lavender soaps. These make a unique way to “shower” the bride and groom or to give to your guests. We can also custom make small gift bags.”
Select a wine menu for your wedding from their 2000 bottles of wine from around the world.
Diana McCartney also carries Artisan cheese, olive oil and bread for your farm table wedding and the largest craft beer selection in Door County. Gifts and art by artist Mike McCartney. Free olive oil and wine tasting, daily.
Owner Helene Ingsten-Anderson individually designs stunning floral arrangements to fit every budget.
Flora of Sister Bay also provides a selection of invitations, place cards, unscented candles, hostess gifts, favors and custom jewelry, all to make planning your wedding easy. Midori ribbon, Bella Ink cards and Amuse stamps are some of the popular brands in stock.
Picking up where her great-grandmother left off in 1967, the focus of Patricia Shoppe is apparel, accessories, jewelry, handbags, shoes, and hats.
Erin’s merchandizing includes quality products that are both stylish and classic; the culmination of her lifelong training by her great grandmother and her own eye for style.
A true gem of Door County! I love that Patricia Shoppe has unique items that I cannot find everywhere else.-Lara Herman, Waunakee, WI
Peninsula Jeweler has your wedding ring, whether it is part of a collection or simply an idea in your mind’s eye …perhaps you’d like to reset your grandmother’s heirloom stone?
Kim J. Pedler graduated from Purdue University and is a goldsmith with 35 years experience in gold, silver, and platinum. He has been honored with several design awards by the Wisconsin Jewelers’ Association. Kim and his wife, Tami, are masters at taking your idea and manifesting jewelry worthy of becoming an heirloom.
Mary Blish and Rachel Sternard specialize in engraved glass specialty gift items.
“From day #1, Kim has been my husband’s and my personal jeweler. Kim creates fabulous pieces and does it with the most fair price. I receive compliments all the time on my wedding ring. I will always send everyone over to Peninsula Jewelers where the jewelry is a ‘one of a kind’ art piece!” – Leslie W.
The Everlasting Doodle offers customized and creative designs for favors, gift-giving & special events for your wedding party.
This mother and daughter team are ambitious designers who love to create fresh, fun, and funky designs on a variety of materials (rolling pins, canvas typography, kitchen gifts, and gadgets, just to name a few). Most of it begins with some crazy, “What if we try this?” idea. They have developed unique processes that allow them to design and customize almost everything that they make! They put a lot of thought into their creations.
Vintage weddings are the rage these days!
If you’re looking for that rhinestone hair pin for your wedding day up-do, antique jewelry for your bridal party, or need old mason jars for your table flowers, you’ve found the right place. Diane Overland-Rockwell will help you find everything you need for your wedding event!
Cornucopia is a charming well stocked kitchen shop that offers bridal registries and is located in a historic shopping area in beautiful Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin.
Tourist customers tell them that they are a “must-stop” whenever they visit Door County. Their strong local customer clientele know they can count on them to have quality cookware and bakeware as well as the latest innovative kitchen gadgets. Here you will find “everything for the kitchen” and more! Wedding couples… register at Cornucopia and wedding guests… shop for gifts at Cornucopia!
Susan and Robyn’s rustic barn gallery and grounds provide a magical setting for couples seeking an unusual and memorable wedding location.
They are able to accommodate groups up to 50 indoors and much larger out, in their masterfully landscaped gardens. And if it’s just art you’re interested in they are open on Sundays June 12 through October 30th for the Kewaunee County Farmers Market and will open on a day that you request for your special event! …Susan and Robyn invite you to visit their limited gallery space and uncover a relaxed style of contemporary folk art, the works of emerging artists, digital arts and styles a bit beyond the landscape. Carvings, stoneware and metalwork share space along with hand-crafted furniture, fine jewelry, pottery and ceramics, up-cycled crafts, paintings, metalwork, assemblage, glass, mosaic and concrete sculpture – the creative works of creative people.
The Flying Pig works with local, regional and national artists. Their website is a spattering of their gallery offerings rather than comprehensive; this is a not-to-be-missed shopping opportunity for wedding favors, jewelry and gifts.