We're Molly and Anna, the two creative-minded sisters behind Petal and Vine. We were born and raised here in the Pacific Northwest, where we developed a deep appreciation for the landscape around us. In 2015, a friend asked us to put together flowers for an event at a restaurant, and we instantly fell in love with the process. After a few other small events for family and friends, we decided to put our creative and business efforts together. About a year later we formally launched Petal and Vine.
We are inspired by our mother's lush gardens and our grandmother's curated fine art collection. We love getting to know our clients and bringing their floral dreams to life.
We are so thankful to have this career that gives us an artistic outlet. Using our creative talents is how we show our love for others. We look forward to sharing our passion with you.
M and A
In the almost 30 years of our existence we have only ever lived apart for about 5 years. Currently we live on either side of a duplex!
meet the family
Hi I'm Molly, half of the creative force behind Petal and Vine. I run most of the day to day operations with clients, handle our marketing material, our social media platforms, in addition to being hands-on with the flowers themselves.
I have a Marketing and Communications Degree form the University of Washington, which has helped us greatly in running the business side of Petal and Vine.
When I'm not working you can find me spending time with my husband Jason and daughter Aleah who was born in March of 2021!
Hi I'm Anna, the other half of the creative force behind Petal and Vine. I oversee the day to day operations on the product side, including communication with wholesalers and farmers, as well as creating the overall vision for your events.
With a background in graphic design, I dream in color palates and I'm constantly coming up with ideas on how to improve the visual impact of our designs.
When I'm not working you can find me with my husband Kevin and 85 pound lap dog Bowie, probably with a cocktail in hand, pretending we're at a concert.