Vendor Spotlight- Little Seed Farm
After making their way to a farm in Tennessee from NYC, James and Eileen Ray have founded Little Seed Farm! The farm focuses on producing only the best products for you which ranges from organic skincare products to humanely raised meat! The couple work to always provide the most sustainable products and have a passion for the farming model based around that! Products from Little Seed Farm can be a great way to add a unique touch to your wedding. Keep reading to find out more about what Little Seed Farm is!
What made you go into the business of Little Seed Farm?
We lived in NYC and worked long hours at jobs that didn't inspire us, or make us feel like we were giving anything back to the world. Our dream was to start a business together that would give back to our community and help inspire others to pursue their dreams. As we brainstormed various ideas, we kept coming back to food and farming and eventually decided we could start our own farm and make it work. At the end of 2013 James was able to quit his job and now we're both full-time on the farm, which is literally a dream come true.
What are all the different ways brides can use your products?
Our soaps are typically used as favors for wedding or shower guests. They are custom designed to fit the aesthetic of any wedding. We can also work with any size of order.
What options do you offer?
The soaps are custom labeled as the bride and groom see fit. We offer stock templates and can also work with custom graphics or provide our own design work.
The various types of soap include Rosemary Mint, Lavender, Geranium Rose, Cocoa Spice and many others.
Do you ship to different states?
Yes, we ship all over the world
Some personal questions about James & Eileen:
Mac or PC?
That's the perfect question for us. Eileen does all of the design and branding work on a Mac, while James is the number cruncher and prefers to use a PC. There is a well-known battle between the two in our household.
Tea or Coffee?
Coffee and tea are regularly brewed, as well as espresso. We'll take our caffeine any way we can get it!
Favorite Things To Do in Nashville?
If we can get away from the farm, it's usually to get some good food and drink some local beers. We like to wander around and explore the shops in East Nashville and spend a day picnic-ing at the park, people watching. It's pretty easy to entertain dairy farmers.
Favorite Song Right Now?
These are controversial questions! Eileen's favorite at the moment is "Right Time" by Nikki Lane. James mostly listens to The Darkness and The Handsome Furs, and his favorite local band is Alanna Royale.