Meg Sutton is the boss lady and doodler behind Belle & Union, a company that sells letterpress printed cards, art prints, southern-inspired wrappings, and hand-crafted artisan goods brimming with vintage wit and wisdom that tote a bit of a foodie twist – all 100% made in the USA. Meg started the business in 2012 after falling in love with letterpress while working in a boutique shop.
Belle & Union launched their first brick and mortar store in San Antonio, Texas, in July 2018. The shop houses the working studio as well as offers creative workshops across a variety of subject matters. Meg values encouraging people to slow down and enjoy the sweet moments in life, gathered ’round a table filled with smiles and laughter.
Belle & Union’s products have been featured in Country Living, Rachael Ray, Southern Weddings, Southern Living, Southern Lady, and Oh So Beautiful Paper and many more.
In this episode, I talk with Meg about how she founded her business and how she continues to evolve it. This is such an eye-opening episode, wheater you’re a brick and mortar owner, a digital badass or an artist, you’re going to love it.
In this episode:
- The difference from going from wholesale to brick and mortar.
- The differences in her business since she made the change.
- How she went from hustling to business owner.
- How she handled giving over some power and hiring her team.
- How she realized it was time for things to shift.
- Why you have to listen to your intuition.
- How she leans on her community.
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- What changes are you waiting to make in your business?
- How has your business evolved over time?
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