Hunt and Gather is a mother-daughter duo with a love for eclectic decor and bargain-hunting. We curate and build a one-of-a-kind collection of decor and furniture for you to use at your events, productions, or commercial spaces. We hunt down great pieces at a fair price, so you do not have to compromise your style for your budget. Our collection is constantly growing and evolving to make sure your dream event is at your fingertips. Sourced from near and far, our decor and furniture collections are made of soulful pieces that help you tell your story through design. Whether you’re hosting a dinner party or a wedding, we have just what you’re looking for...if we don’t, we’ll hunt it down.
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Karen started hunting for great deals since...well, a while ago. In her forty year career as a sales-woman, she worked with a variety of people and a variety of products while traveling all over the nation. Through it all, she always planned elaborately-themed birthday parties for her children and decorated for each and every holiday. Now retired, she's ready to put her treasure hunting skills to work to help others create perfectly planned events for their loved ones. On an average day, you can find her at the gym, on an adventure with her husband of 33 years, playing with her grand pups, or traveling around to Target, Hobby Lobby, Homegoods and the like, to fill up our collection.
Taught by the greatest, Amanda learned early on how to curate your home or throw a party without sacrificing style for budget. Amanda has worked in communications and marketing for non-profits and large brands across the US. She started her own firm in 2012 and has been working with clients large and small on branding, social media, outreach, you name it. Amanda will marry her long-time boyfriend this December. Between planning her own wedding and working full-time for her client, a&bé bridal shops, she has acquired a great sense for wedding trends and brides' decor needs. When she is not on her bike or in a book, she is likely on Pinterest or Instagram stalking the latest design trends.