Thursday, November 11, 2010

Vendor Profile - Maddie Patch

This is a sweet little boutque that sells handmade all things girlly. Wonderful tutus, headbands, barettes and more

Vendor Profile - Vitae Springs Winery

I will be in dire need of this vendor on opening day of the Holiday Heritage Faire. For you wine lovers out there the show is proud to have Vitae Springs Winery joining the show.

"Our vineyard is tucked away in a beautiful setting in the fertile Willamette Valley. We are firm believers that producing high quality wine starts with careful attention to detail in the vineyard. Our family is deeply committed to farming our land and vines by hand, using sustainable agricultural practices. We focus on producing limited amounts of intriguing Riesling and elegant Pinot Noir. Our wines are meant to be paired with good food, friends and family... Whether you are gathered together around the dinner table at home or out on the town, it is our hope that you enjoy Vitae Springs with the warmth of lively conversation and plenty of laughter."
"Our family was among the first to plant a vineyard in the Willamette Valley and we are proud to have some of the oldest vines in the region. Each season we are challenged with the art of cultivating grapes and we are blessed with the special gift we receive each harvest. We are dedicated to nurturing the highest quality of fruit to create terrior-driven, expressive and outstanding wines."

The estate grown fruit is now farmed and managed by the second generation – Joel VanVolkinburg, who grew up among the vines. His knowledge and expertise allow him to understand the vineyards potentials and strengths. Joel leads a highly skilled vineyard crew who help assist with the daily activities and techniques such as pruning, tying down, caring for the trellis systems, maintaining weed control, tilling ground cover into the soil, tucking the vines up into the vertical trellis, shoot thinning, training the canes, hedging the canopy, dropping the crop to maximize ripeness of the fruit and of course… hand harvesting!

"We maintain an elevated standard with our farming practices and respect the growth of vines and what Mother Nature brings to us each year. Our goal in the vineyard is to simply allow each block to express its individual character without interfering or manipulating the fruit. For more than 20 years we have sold grapes to other wineries and we are proud to have long-term contracts with some of the finest producers in the region."
To contact them directly:
Contact: Michelle VanVolkinburg
3675 Vitae Springs Road,
Salem, OR 97306
Fax: 503.581.3958
or visit them online at

Vendor Profile - Anglin Artisian

We are a family of artisans making beautiful functional pieces of art for you. We are constantly exploring new mediums which is why we have such a variety of things for sale. To follow our progress please visit:

Our facebook page at Anglin Artisan

Steam Punk Jewelry

Lunch Totes

Re-usable Coffee Cozies

(which i LOVE! I bought like 10 of them and keep them in a drawer for impromptu gifts shhhh don't tell)

USB Drivers so COOL!

(for the person who has EVERYTHING)

Vendor Profile - Cafe Venae

There is nothing more amazing than having something LOOK this good and TASTE even BETTER! These were my thoughts this summer when I was a Molly Mo's Antique Faire and had some of Cafe Venae's spectacular sweets. I also had amazing latte too!
Meet Mandy Lulay
Owner of Cafe Venae in Aumsville, Oregon


To set up catering for your holiday Parties here is their contact information:

11401 Steinkamp Road SE

Aumsville, OR 97325


Vendor Profile - Molly Mo's

The next vendor is a lady that never ceases to amaze me. She is my honorary "Vintage Martha Mom" She has so many wonderful things and every time that I visit her booth/barn/show that she does I cannot stop staring at the magic that she can put together! I am truly honored to be her friend and so happy that she will be in our Holiday Heritage Faire. You guys are in for such an amazing treat.
Meet Dianne of Molly Mo's in Sublimity, Oregon

Dianne says "It all started when my ever-growing collection of anything old and wonderful began to overtake my home and property. Molly Mo's was born out of necessity and a love of all that's sweet and vintage".
And this is her barn...

All pictures were taken by Evans Photography

OH! If you are not busy this weekend you can get a FULL helping of Molly Mo's because she and Vintage Triffles are having their Holiday Treasures Show at her barn in Sublimity this weekend.

Visit her blog at for sneak peaks and other great fun

Holiday Treasures
Nov 12th and 13th

We hope you can join us for our 5th annual Christmas show!

The fun starts on Friday night, Nov 12th 5-8pm at Molly Mo's barn in Sublimity with early buying, delicious hor' devours by Elf Patty & beverages for only a $5 admission.

Saturday, Nov 13th 9am - 3pm is regular shopping with nibbles and free admission.

DIRECTIONS TO MOLLY MO'S:From I-5: Exit 253 onto Hwy 22 east approx 12 mi toward Stayton. Take Golf Club Rd exit, turn left at overpass, right on Sublimity Rd to 4-way stop. Continue straight on Starr St, curve left onto Berry, turn left on Cherry to 440 NE Cherry. Watch for signs. Cash or checks only.For info call: 503 769-4041

Note: Mapquest/GPS is usually wrong once you get into Sublimity so please use directions above!

Vendor Profile - Memories by Stephanie

Let me introduce you to Stephanie of Memories by Spephanie Photography
Stephanie specializes in



And of course


To see more of Stephaine's Profile or to check out her pricing visit her at

Facebook Memories By Stephanie

or contact her at 503.551.3953