Around Vermont: A “Made in Vermont” wedding

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To add a touch of authentic Vermont craftsmanship to your wedding, look no further than Etsy.com. A quick search for “Vermont weddings” brings up a number of talented local artisans and their unique crafts, perfect for wedding gifts, decorations, and party favors. Here are a few that caught our eye: The Vermont Branch Company’s rustic place-card holders, Medley Invitation Design’s hand-painted custom invites, Prince Whitaker’s wooden wedding guest book with a maple leaf imprint, Laura Macchia’s Paper Goods & Custom Designs, and Sten Soppa’s Vermont barn-board hand-painted signs. Information: etsy.com.

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