Friday, March 29, 2013

Brin's Bowtique

Brin's Bowtique has spent the last year jazzing up the wardrobes of little girl's in Northern Maine. Jessica Voisine, owner and operator of Brin's Bowtique, works hard to custom make and hand craft each piece that she creates. "Honestly in 10 months the word has spread so fast and everyone has been amazing. Never in my wildest dreams did I think my little idea would grow into what it has," says Jess, as she writes to me about her business experience in the last year.

Jess has always been a crafty person, and she has done plenty of research on the best sources to get materials, innovative ways to create gorgeous, hand crafted pieces for each customer and how to ensure that every customer is happy. "My biggest goal is to make them affordable so everyone can purchase them and to continue to get better and offer more products."

Pricing Guide

 Where can I find Brin's Bowtique?
Jess works mostly from home, but customers should be on the lookout for Brin's Bowtique this coming Spring and Summer at various craft shows around Maine. She will be setting up a Booth at the Presque Isle Forum Trade Fair on April 20th and 21st. She will also be joined by Matthew's Village.

Brin's Bowtique Original

What's next for the Bowtique?
"My next big idea for Brin's Bowtique is the "You're Tutu Cute" project which is an afternoon where girls come together play, have fun, each get a tutu, princess accessories, a snack, a manicure and participate in crafts. I'm doing them to promote self confidence in younger girls because I think it's important to start young."

photo courtesy of Samantha Maria Photography

"Too many young girls struggle with self esteem issues due to societies expectations and it's so much easier to "build" a confident child then try to "repair" a child with a broken self esteem." -B.B.

Stay Connected!
To stay up to date on the latest giveaways, photo sessions, and craft fair locations, follow Brin's Bowtique on Facebook and check out the blog. I can't think of a better way to kick off spring than with a colorful and fun new addition to your little girl's wardrobe.

Jessica Voisine is a 25 year old DIY junkie, mother to a rambunctious 3 year old diva, and a wife to her handsome husband! Any of the products you see on her page can be customized to any color combination or size.

Jessica focuses on making the world a better place "one tutu at a time!"

For more information contact Jessica via email, on facebook or by checking out her blog.

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