Bouquet Mini Mart

Now you can shop select vendors in person all month long! 

Bouquet Mini Mart is a curated daily pop-up market located inside Wallflower with a showcase featuring a monthly mix of our fave makers and sellers from past Bouquet Markets.

After the success of Bouquet Market last year in Berkeley’s Fourth Street neighborhood, Wallflower set out to showcase Bouquet Market brands in a more permanent way.  By reinventing their decor area into a mini mart of little booths, they are giving brands the ability to display their product in their own unique way, and breathe life and community into the space. After all, Wallflower itself started out as a pop-up on Mission Street in 2014.

The goal is to empower local artisans by increasing the in-person exposure to their product.  Everything from apparel, jewelry, vintage, home goods, accessories, furniture and blooms will be available.

The line-up can change monthly, so be sure to come often to see all the newest goods and vendors.

Located inside Wallflower

1176 Valencia St. San Francisco, CA

Open Monday, Wednesday - Friday 12-7

Saturday 11-7

Sunday 11-6

 

See below for our November line-up


BobbiJ

Each Abalone piece is unique and one of a kind, coming in different shapes and colors. The Abalone used in Bobbi J line are all already broken Abalone pieces that are hand picked from beaches along California and then cut and shaped by Jess. The colors and veins within the Abalone inspire how the outcome of the shape will be, but some pieces are untouched due to its already natural organic shape. The metal used in Bobbi J is recycle metal using brass and sterling silver. All Bobbi J pieces are designed and created by Jess in her home studio based out of San Francisco.

Her designs are created to be bold, lightweight, statement pieces, that can be worn from day to night.

All of her creations are exclusively made by Jess, and come alive from her home based studio.

Follow Bobbi J on instagram @bobbijsf


Julia Wild

Julia Wild is a New Zealand born designer who after falling in love with sewing at the age of 6 started selling custom made clothing to her friends while at high school. With a certificate from the New Zealand Institute of Fashion Technology, in 2016 Julia began her own label with her colorful nostalgia filled clothing. 

Julia Wild’s designs are all handmade using designer fabric or vintage fabric when available. All items are also 100% cruelty free with no animals being harmed. 

Some of Julia’s favorite things include day dreaming, love songs, people, sunshine, vinyl, beaches and swimming.  

Keep on loving Julia Wild on instagram at @lovejuliawild


SHILSHOL

Alaina Birch founded SHILSHOL in early 2018, shortly after moving to Santa Cruz, California from her native home of Seattle, Washington. 

After working in sales management for almost ten years, she left her career to pursue this new adventure. She had two longtime dreams, running her own business and having a career in a creative field.

The idea behind SHILSHOL is to bring a clean, minimalist aesthetic to a collection of products intended for everyday use. These simple designs are elevated by a great attention to detail and the careful selection of quality materials with rich color and texture. 

Every order is processed, from start to finish, at our studio in Santa Cruz. That means all of our products are designed, cut, sewn, finished and shipped directly from our hands to yours.  

Keep up with Alaina and SHILSHOL on instagram @shilsholstudio


Third Planet

An exploration in sisterhood, art & sustainability / Bay Area, California 

See what’s new with Third Planet on instagram @thirdplanetcollective


ISABELLA SEVV

Isabella Sevv is a lover of natural materials. This has translated into a career pursuit involving floral design, woodworking and gardening. Born and raised in California, her work is inspired by the movement of the Pacific Ocean waves, the beauty and vulnerability found in the Redwood forests near her home in Marin, and the expansive color palette living in the desert. Isabella designs most frequently with dried goods. Foraging and drying as much of her own material as possible, she creates both small and large scale floral installs that often incorporate her woodworking skills.  

See what’s recent with Isabella on instagram @isabellasevv 


Elizabeth Venter is the maker, curator, and designer behind Stonehouse Goods. Stonehouse Goods is a collection of vintage, handmade, and hand dyed items committed to bringing sustainable fashion choices to you and your home.

Stonehouse Goods stands against fast fashion, bringing you high quality handmade and vintage pieces that are made to last. No plastic here - all items are made from 100% natural materials and the hand dyed items are dyed with all natural botanical dyes.

By purchasing vintage + handmade items you are helping to reduce clothing waste from the thousands of pounds of clothing that is thrown away each year, and reducing the pollution caused by the production of new clothing in the fast fashion industry.

Follow them on instagram @stonehouse.goods for more of the process behind #StonehouseGoodsCA!


 

Interested in selling your goods at Bouquet Mini-Mart?

You can apply here ... be sure to select Bouquet Mini-Mart.

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