Sister Golden, a quaint and beautifully curated shop in Fish Creek, WI, is one of Hello Adorn’s long-time stockists and greatest supporters. They are most well known for their flower art pieces made completely from nature, and crafted by their co-owner Vicki. If you ever find yourself on the Door County Peninsula, don’t miss this incredible shop that provides inspiring local art and all around positivity. We asked Sister Golden a couple of questions about their shop, and how they incorporate Hello Adorn into it so other stockists can see how they do that!
Why do you love carrying our jewelry?
We were first introduced to Hello Adorn by one of our customers! She walked into our shop wearing two HA necklaces. We complimented her on them, she gave us the scoop, and the rest is history! We love carrying Hello Adorn because it’s super-cute, really well made, fits the gold-minimal niche just perfectly, and we love the people behind the brand :).
What makes our brand a good fit for your shop?
We try to support independent makers and artists as much as we can. Most of our Wisconsin customers have already heard about Hello Adorn, so when they see HA jewelry in the shop, they’re super excited to make the connection!
What pieces do customers love the most?
The legendary Tiny Twists and the Teeny Tiny Bands have always been big sellers for us, but to be honest, we haven’t carried a style that hasn’t sold well.
Tell us a little about your shop!
Sister Golden was founded by a mother-daughter duo, Vicki & Brooke. Our brick and mortar store is located in quaint Fish Creek, WI, on the beautiful Door County Peninsula! We curate a collection of handmade, one-of-a-kind and vintage pieces from artists and artisans around the world that all have one thing in common: they make us feel good (and make our homes happy)! We’re most known for co-owner Vicki’s flower art pieces, made completely from Mother Nature.Anything else you’d want to share with us or other Stockists?
We like supporting positive people who spread good vibes, and Hello Adorn is and does just that!
Visit Sister Golden’s site here!
Photos courtesy of Sister Golden.