One of my favorite things about touring is that I get to reconnect with old friends who I most likely wouldn't have the opportunity to see again otherwise. When I tour with The Deeply Co, I not only get to reconnect with old friends--I get to celebrate them, invade their world for a day, and inhabit their creative spaces. Together we get to host friends and strangers in a room to experience a one of a kind collision of art and friendship. We get to learn about what makes each other come alive, what makes our hearts beat fast. For a night, we get to water down the complications of life and simply dwell in what we find beautiful.

Long before I started planning Deeply's tour up the east coast, I knew I wanted to bring the show to my friend Kaylyn's floral design studio in Boston, MA called True Vine Studio. (Truth be told, True Vine is one of the main reasons we decided to take Deeply east. I had to see this place in person!) Kaylyn is a friend from college, and a friend from junior high is the one who actually steered me toward her brand! (Thanks Mai Anh!) Naturally, our evening together was full of both familiar and new faces, music, donut holes (thanks to the very super duper wonderful folks at Union Square Donuts) and floral design inspiration everywhere. I think I'm going to have to do an entirely separate post later on diving into the incredible interior design of Kaylyn's studio, but for now, feast your eyes on these captures by Killian Rose! 

Kaylyn's vision for her brand spills out through her personality. She is warm, inviting, welcoming, kind. Thank you for taking Deeply in for the evening, True Vine team! I wouldn't change a thing about it. Dreams. 

More to come, 


Jillian Edwards