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Featured Gay Friendly Wedding Vendor: Glyph Fine Press, Baltimore, Maryland

Sunday, January 3rd, 2016

Glyph Fine Press, Baltimore, Maryland

Periodically we’ll feature one of our vendors here to let our readers know about some great people who can help you plan the perfect wedding.

Glyph Fine Press offers a best-in-class stationery and wedding invitations, including custom, hand-crafted wedding invitations, greeting cards and posters. We offer personalized solutions that will meet even the most demanding wedding couple’s needs. We’re thrilled about marriage equality in Maryland, and serve all couples equally.

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Gay Friendly Wedding Vendors in Maryland

Featured Gay Friendly Wedding Vendor: A Little To The Left Greetings, Los Angeles, California

Thursday, July 23rd, 2015

A Little To The Left Greetings

Periodically we’ll feature one of our vendors here to let our readers know about some great people who can help you plan the perfect wedding.

A Little To The Left Greetings was started by Sandi Timberlake, the mother of a gay son and PFLAG member, in 2008. After griping for over 15 years about not being able to find a tasteful card to send to her son and son-in-law on their anniversary and holidays, she realized that she could not be the only mom out there with the same problem. She kept saying “I could make better cards myself.” Finally her son said, “Mom, why don’t you just do it?” So she did.

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Gay Friendly Wedding Vendors in California

USA: Target Carrying Cards for Same Sex Couples

Monday, July 16th, 2012

Same-sex marriages aren’t recognized in most states, but Target stores nationwide are now selling greeting cards to celebrate them.

Placed on card racks under the headings of “For two special men” and “For two special women,” the cards are adorned with phrases such as “Mr. & Mr.” and “Two very special women, one very special love.”

The cards hit shelves in mid-June, a month after the retailer began selling T-shirts with gay pride themes, and two years after Target drew a backlash for a $150,000 donation it made to a group backing Tom Emmer, the Republican gubernatorial candidate who opposed gay marriage.

Authored By Walker Moskop – See the Full Story at The Star Tribune

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Featured Gay Friendly Wedding Vendor: A Little to the Left Wedding Invitations, San Diego

Saturday, October 8th, 2011

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A Little to the Left, San DiegoTasteful, subtle and elegant greeting cards for same-sex weddings, anniversaries and holidays.
I am the proud mother of a gay son who has been in a committed relationship for over 15 years. And for all those years I have been frustrated when looking for a greeting card for my son and son-in-law. Guess what? They didn’t exist.

Oh sure, I could find cards that were blank inside and had 2 turtles looking at each other on the front, or 2 giraffes, or whatever. And then there are always the ones with the cartoon images on the front, but I am not a “cutesy” kind of mom.

There are also the cards you can find on the web with more – um – suggestive images on the front as well. But then, I am not so much a “gutsy” kind of mom either.

So, I decided to start my own greeting card business called A Little To The Left. I call it that because my intent is that everything I do will be considered to be a “little to the left” of that which is considered to be “normal”.

My first line of cards is my Gay Friendly cards wherein I offer Wedding/Commitment Ceremony cards and Anniversary cards. As the year progressed, I offered Christmas cards, then Valentine’s Day cards and now I have Mother’s Day cards available to for the LGBT community as well as their friends and family. I will also offer Wedding Invitations and Thank You cards as customized orders.

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