Straw Castle’s owner, Derrick Castle started out as a small, clothing line but when he was discovered, his business bloomed! Using old-school printing
block methods, his merchandise has a unique, vintage feel, with great style!
Passed down for three generations, Monchita’s cobblers are still made from scratch and made with love. Using all natural ingredients, the cobblers are known to
“melt in your mouth” and we have no doubt people will be lining up to try them!
Page Barbee’s inspiration comes from a unique mix of Victorian era designs mixed with 70’s rocker style. Using a mixture of modern printing and laser cutting
and ancient metal-working techniques, each of her pieces are unique and one of a kind!
Keith Carter makes very original merchandise. Ranging from books to card games, each of his pieces really makes you think. He is a true “wordsmith”
and he makes that obvious through his art! Creating pictures that make a word or phrase is really something unique to Play on Words!
Born and raised in Nashville, Levi Watson depicts the city in many of his beautiful artworks. Along with serene nature pieces,
he also produces wooden pallet paintings, which have been created using recycled wooden pallets!
With a broad range of Merchandise, Carol’s Vibrations creates a market for all buyers! She sells unique art, delicious food and natural skin care products.
Most of the products have no, or very little sugar and all of the skin products are vegan friendly!
Nisolo is a socially conscious brand developed to create products that are both fashionable and high quality. All products are made by artisans, who are usually overlooked.
The footwear and accessories Nisolo sells creates sustainable development in Peru, and other impoverished regions of the world!
Although she describes her collection as “eclectic,” we find HazelJae’s crafts fascinating! It shoes her creativity and her passion. She creates all kind of products, from
wedding garters to photography all the way to earrings and purses! Stop by her booth for some great products and some interesting stories!
Using a variety of materials, the owners of Eagle Rock Crafts create one of a kind jewelry with a fantastic Native American twist. From wire wrapped rings to
hammered metals, their jewelry is always creative and unique!
Did you know that eating locally-sourced honey can actually help with seasonal allergies? Guess that means you better stop by TruBee’s booth and get a jar of their locally
grown, small batch honeys or some great smelling beeswax products!
Twin sisters, Sarah and Liz love working together to create unique pieces of jewelry. Hand hammering each piece and then adorning it with a semi-precious
gemstone or pearl gives each piece a very homey and unique feel!
If you have dogs, you know the hardships of walking your dog and having to clean up after them! Well, PooDoo has created a patent-pending hands-free
leash that holds doggie bags. In addition to her unique leashes, Rhonda also sells a variety of creative and fun pet products!
By donating almost a quarter of their profits to local nonprofits, Someone’s Hero makes you feel good about wear a great quality T-Shirt. This year, Someone’s Hero has designed a special
Tennessee T-shirt for the event. Proceeds from each of these T-shirts go back to the Tennessee Literacy Coalition, so before they sell out, make sure you get yourself one!
Ever crave a fantastic cocktail, but don’t want to go through all the work of mixing it at home? Well, Eli Mason fixes that problem for you!
By creating hand-made mixers in all of your favorite classics, they make a classic cocktail that much easier! Just add your favorite spirit and you’ve got a great night ahead of you!
By reclaiming old wood and recycled materials, Legacy Building doesn’t just create furniture, they create works of art! Each piece of furniture is hand-crafted to
give it a very hands-on touch. By buying products from Legacy, you are even investing in orphan’s futures! Just think, gorgeous furniture for a great cause!
Refuge Handicrafts is a project of Catholic Charities of Tennessee, inc. working with resettled refugee women to help promote self-sufficiency through self-employment.
They upcycle all items that are made and the refugee women receive 100% of the proceeds!
12th and Broad collaborates with partners to create unique events showcasing Nashville’s culture! Members get all sorts of great benefits, including tickets to events,
a magazine subscription, a digital subscription to the Tennessean and great perks like free drinks, giveaways and exclusive experiences!
Think you’ve got what it takes to be a Marine? Come out and show your support for our troops while seeing if you could make the cut. The Marines hold a pull-up contest and prizes
will be given out to those strong competitors who can beat a Marine!
Since 1982, the Nashville Adult Literacy Council has been teaching reading to adult Americans and English to adult immigrants. Annually, they serve 1,500
adults, work with 500 volunteers, and conduct 30 classes throughout the community.
Looking for great candles, lip balms and accessories? Organic Punk Boutique is your answer! At this creative vendor, all crafts are vegan and made with a creative edge!
Project 615 is a company that sells t-shirts and gives 100% of the profit made from those sales back to Set Free Ministries to help with the rehabilitation of the
homeless men who go through their programs.
Wendy Barrit creates hand painted and hand crafted paintings and prints! She takes every day experiences and turns them into art!
While working with wood, canvas and prints, Wendy makes fantastic art!
At Parachet, handcrafted crochet and paracord items become so much more- they become art! Stop by the Parachet booth to pick up some
one-of-a-kind items that are a sure hit for the whole family!
Mertlemay creates simple and unique wearable art! She describes her jewelry as organic, bohemian and “all things beautiful.” While working with leather, textiles and all
sorts of organic materials, Mertlemay makes some fantastic jewelry…. I mean ART!
Working with original photography and design work, DayNa creates artistic coasters, showing places of interest from all over Nashville.
What a great way to incorporate your favorite city into your everyday life!
Since 1955, Mrs. Grissom’s Salads has been providing home style cheese spreads and salads across the south. Made with real cheese, all of Mrs. Grissom’s
SELECT products are Gluten Free with No High Fructose Corn Syrup.
Cortney and Gary started by growing heirloom tomatoes and several varieties of peppers. As their garden grew, so did their supply of produce. They began giving away an abundance,
selling some at farmers markets and making jam and jelly out of the rest. The Nashville Jame Company has an unwaivering commitment to quality.
No High fructose corn syrup and no juice concentrates. Only real sugar, fruit and lemon juice. Nothing artificial.
After picking up beads in Puerto Rico and making her own jewelry for the first time, Brenda fell in love with the hobby. Using crystals, stones glass and ceramics, Brenda created a unique
style that is truly three-dimensional. Although she loves the art of making jewelry, Brenda’s favorite part of the business is hearing all the great reviews on her work!
Southern Fried Design Barn is 1/2 paper goods and 1/2 design studio. Their paper collections consist of greeting cards, social stationery, notepads, art prints, gift tags,
cocktail napkins and a line of holiday goods. The most popular products are our southern sayings greeting card collection that highlights many of the old southern sayings such as,
“bless your heart,” “lord have mercy,” and “lord willin’ and the creek don’t rise.”
Specializing in copper, silver and brass, A Twist of Whimsy brings the best combination of contemporary, boho and vintage styles to hand-crafted jewelry.
Working with unique techniques such as etching, stamping, piercing and soldering, the jewelry they make really has a fun, yet classic look!
Born and raised in Nashville, Michael Korfhage studied art and illustration before making his living out of art. He sells limited edition prints of all sorts of personal pieces.
Everything is printed with quality ink and heavyweight paper- each piece a memory meant to last for years!
From ornaments to full sized panels, Francie Schadl Stained Glass Creations is your place to go for hand-made glass art. Frances makes beautiful pieces of art for the home!
Laura Verner has always been inspired by bright colors and fun patterns, and now she gets to make a living with it! She has been sewing since a teenager, and she
loves sharing her art through Elvie Creations. From sewing lessons to fun, hand-sewn goods, she does it all!
Prohibition Popcorn has a secret ingredient hidden in every batch- WHISKEY! This sweet and salty snack is sure to be a crowd pleaser! Plus, all popcorn is gluten and nut-free!
Handpoured in Old Hickory, TN. Light Shine makes candles that are 100% non-gmo soy and always phthalate and dye free so you can breathe easy!
Starting as an experiment in their kitchen, the makes of Sunday Morning Pancake Mix wanted a healthy alternative. The final recipe includes nine freshly-milled,
organic grains: wheat, rye, buckwheat, barley, brown rice, oats, spelt, milo and cornmeal, with a little flax for good measure! What once was a breakfast filled with
over-processed, empty calories into a wholesome, nutritious meal that is still easy to prepare, locally sourced, and—most importantly–delicious!
Hot Mama Soaps are handcrafted in small batches and from start to finish, all hand cut, polished and labeled to the highest standards! All soaps are anywhere from 3-5 oz in size.
After years of making toffee for friends and family, the makers of Walker Creek decided to bring their sweets to the public! Each batch is hand-made in a copper kettle,
just like toffee makers have been doing forever!
Whatever the reason or occasion, hand-written notes always show a great sentiment! At Oak & Ink, you can get cards for all occasions that are
hand-made and ready for you to send!
Pop-in-greetings offers the perfect gift of a mix-and-match, customizable greeting card. These unique collections are the perfect lifesaver stationery.
Choose the card design you love and pop-in the greeting you need!
T- 615 is an awesome organization that creates unique jewelry! Their secret? The jewelry they make helps fight human trafficking!
What a great idea for a great cause!
While you may think of a chiropractor as just handling back issues, at Vibrance Chiropractic, your whole body and mind are their main focus.
Health and wellness for the entire body is the mission of Vibrance Chiropractic!
Focusing on quality, over quantity, Walker Feed Co creates handmade, small batches of fantastic drink mixers. With high quality ingredients, their Bloody Mary mix is unlike any other you’ve tried!
In their apothecary, you will find a variety of natural bath and beauty creations for the body, mind and soul. All items are crafted on a small scale with big love!
Full time, Garrett Rittenberry is a graphic designer, but in his free time, he loves to make jelly! He’s sharing some of his best blackberry jam with the public at
Made in Nashville, so be sure to stop by and see him!
Marissa Barrett takes unwanted and unloved goods and re-purposes them into something beautiful! Necklaces and accessories are her specialty, but stop by to see what
other goodies she has! 10% of her sales also go to Agape Nashville that offers counseling, adoption, and crisis foster care! What a great cause!
Love skateboarding? So does the owner of Menactree! Determined to make his name in his own brand of skateboard decks, his first few lines will be solely devoted to
decorational decks, but just
talk to him and see what great ideas he has for you!
Made out of polymer clay, Jamie’s creates unique handmade jewelry with a vintage flair that really is perfect for any occasion!
Cody makes various wood products for the kitchen, such as cutting boards,cheese boards, lazy susans, rolling pins, and different size spoons. All made from Tennessee wood.
Since 2010, locally-owned Sweet Creations has baked and distributed its “distinctively different” 3- and 9-inch pecan, chocolate chip pecan, apple, peach, sweet potato and jus’ (like chess) pies.
Hey Wanderer is a company that primarily makes kimonos and jewelry. 80% of their kimonos are made with second hand or
vintage fabrics. They also hand dye some of our fabrics. The jewelry is mostly made of clay that was carved and strung on hand beaded necklaces.