Since its launch over five years ago in 2007, Snippet & Ink has been the go-to planning resource for sophisticated brides who dream of a unique and meaningful wedding day. By featuring only the most thoughtfully curated content, and by bringing beauty and authenticity to every post, Snippet & Ink is a place where brides and grooms can find ideas and advice for planning their dream wedding.
Kathryn Storke Grady is the founder and editor of Snippet & Ink, where she brings together two of her favorite things: love stories and pretty parties. She is known for her inspiration boards, her editorial eye, and her buttermilk chocolate chip scones. She lives near San Francisco with her handsome husband, a sassy kitty, and a wiggly puppy dog.
Maggie Battista started Eat Boutique as a blog in 2007, and sold out of her first gift box of small batch independent food in 2009. Discovering the best small batch foods by boutique food makers, Eat Boutique has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Gilt Taste, and Daily Candy. Maggie continues to offer unique and delicious handmade food in monthly tasting subscriptions and seasonal gift boxes for food fans and home cooks. Maggie also hosts Eat Boutique Markets, where she spotlights cookbook authors and food and drink makers.
Silvana di Franco loves all things weddings, cinema, and music, and feels especially blessed that she gets to pick up a camera and make a living with it. Her blog-site is a journal of sorts, and a labor of love in constant motion, with wedding photography, musings on life and family, food shots, and some just-for-fun entries. Silvana is also the lucky wife to Dean and mother to Luca, and together they enjoy lots of uncontrollable laughter.
Max Gill is known for the wildly beautiful arrangements he creates for famed restaurant, Chez Panisse, with a focus on local and seasonal flowers (some of them grown in his own backyard). He first discovered his love for flowers back in 1999, when he was asked to arrange flowers for a friend’s wedding. Says Max, ”Besides being steeped in nature and beauty, flower arrangements tend to make people happy. There’s a generosity associated with flowers that I love to be a part of.”
Heidi Murphy is a wedding and lifestyle photographer, and aspiring foodie. Though her heart belongs to Martha’s Vineyard, she lives north of Boston with her husband and their three dogs in a charming seaside town. She has an affinity for simple flavors and simple pleasures, farmer’s markets, organic everything, s’mores, corn from the grill, and of course – champagne. Heidi’s work on film has been featured stateside and abroad. Her musings and imagery can be found on her blog White Loft Style.
Rebekka Seale is an artist and illustrator based in Nashville, Tennessee. All of her work is hand-painted and hand-lettered, reflecting her love of homespun charm in a digital world. She loves creating original paintings, custom portraits, stationery and illustrations for print. While she’s working, she daydreams of pastries and trains and New Orleans, and especially riding the train to New Orleans. See her latest work on her blog, Dear Friend.
Emily Westbrooks is a Dublin-based freelance writer and lifestyle blogger. Raised in Maine, Emily moved to Dublin in 2008 after marrying to her Irish husband, Michael. Originally planning only to stay for a year, she now calls Dublin home. She loves exploring Dublin, adventuring through the hills of Ireland, and traveling around Europe. She chronicles her adventures in Ireland on her blog, From China Village.