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Cupid’s history

Valentine's Cupid treat bags

With Valentine’s Day coming up I wanted to work on a few new bags and started thinking. Where did Cupid really come from? While doing a little research I discovered Cupid (Latin Cupido, meaning desire) IS the God of desire, erotic love, attraction and affection. He is often portrayed as the son of love goddess Venus, and is known in Latin also as Amor (Love) His Greek counterpart is Eros. During his chubby childhood he acquires a bow and arrow then whoever is shot with this bow and arrow will be filled with uncontrollable desire and romantic love, often as an icon of Valentine’s Day!

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Lavender Toss

Oh, my. I have just recently learned that showering the happy couple with lavender during the recessional, (making their way up the aisle as husband and wife) brings good luck and happiness. It is earth friendly, pretty and has a heavenly scent.

Did you know that throwing something has been a tradition at weddings since the ancient Roman and Egyptian times? People have used anything from rice, to bird seed and confetti and now lavender. We have a client that requested this all natural cotton bag to use at a wedding. How adorable and smart. The guests can even re-use the bags as a sachet or a keepsake.