hi there, I'm Kaylyn
Kaylyn likes to strike a balance between simple and complex. She believes in the subtleties and details of design and approaches each project as a way to highlight the character of her clients and what they love.
Outside of True Vine she loves music, laughing with her friends and family, Traveling, spending time with Bear and BK, and is still a sucker for all things Texas.
When Your Hobby becomes your passion.
Kaylyn Hewitt is the owner and creative director at True Vine. Kaylyn was born in San Jose, CA and raised in Rowlett, Texas. For as long as she can remember she’s been drawn to flowers and design. After graduating from Baylor University, she moved to Boston, MA to pursue a career in child development. Loving her work, but not feeling as though she was the right fit for the industry, Kaylyn decided to end her pursuit of higher education and started dreaming of owning her own floral design company. After a year of dreaming and planning, she started 1956blooms (now True Vine Studios) and has been designing ever since.
The companies, publications, and brands below have seen fit to include True Vine in their work and for that I am forever thankful.
Real Simple. Vogue. Madewell. Access Hollywood. Refinery29. Hunker. Good House Keeping. Architectural Digest. Well + Good. Martha Stewart Living. Washington Post. HGTV. The Cut. House Beautiful. Lonny Magazine. Style Me Pretty. And More.
On occasion, Kaylyn is asked to partner with brands for product development, editorials, entertainment, and content creation. This has always been such a fun avenue because floral inspires so many mediums and industries. If you're looking to partner, click below.
Gardening. Decorating. Traveling. Curating.
This space is meant to share my work, but also a bit of my life. I've learned over the years that flowers make their way into so much of what I do, in work and life, so I'll be sharing that here. For a bit of floral inspiration or where we've traveled, head over to the blog.
What Else You'll Find Here
Traveling to Next
ROOM TO READ
CHARITY OF CHOICE
“The most regretful people on earth are those who felt the call to creative work, who felt their own creative power restive and uprising, and gave to it neither power nor time.”
— Mary Oliver
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