We’re so grateful you’re here!  

True Vine is a floral company.

We’re in love with flowers and believe they can add a depth of meaning and beauty to spaces that not many other things can. Whether you’re planning an event, an editorial shoot, or just looking for special touches for your home, we’d love to share our love of flowers with you. Oh and PS True Vine Studio is available for travel.

True Vine has been featured in Style Me Pretty, Flower Magazine, Boston Magazine, Design Sponge, Southern Lady Magazine, My Wedding Magazine, Improper Bostonian, and more.

 

 
 

MEET KAYLYN

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 (go bears!), 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 and has been on this wild ride since.  

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 (tied with flowers), laughing with her friends and family, and spending time in Texas.

Thank you so much for visiting.  

 
 
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Monika Pfistner is a Maine transplant who made her way to Massachusetts for school. She studied art and design at Gordon College, which led her into a wide variety of hands-on crafts. From woodworking to pottery, Monika loves trying out new disciplines, especially ones that provide engaging ways to create unique and welcoming spaces.  At True Vine, Monika has taken the same approach to florals. She especially loves the way they can transform and brighten a space. She also loves the simple joy that can be found in the complexity and natural beauty of flowers. When she is not at True Vine, Monika enjoys spending her time around the table with friends and good food, as well as enjoying the outdoors with her husband. She also makes sure to stay well-hydrated, and to spend lots of time in the sun. More than anything, this really helps her to relate to her work with plants.

Meet MONIKA

Monika Pfistner is a Maine transplant who made her way to Massachusetts for school. She studied art and design at Gordon College, which led her into a wide variety of hands-on crafts. From woodworking to pottery, Monika loves trying out new disciplines, especially ones that provide engaging ways to create unique and welcoming spaces. 

At True Vine, Monika has taken the same approach to florals. She especially loves the way they can transform and brighten a space. She also loves the simple joy that can be found in the complexity and natural beauty of flowers.

Monika enjoys spending her time around the table with friends and good food, as well as enjoying the outdoors with her husband. She also makes sure to stay well-hydrated, and to spend lots of time in the sun. More than anything, this really helps her to relate to her work with plants.

 

Headshot Photos by Tiffany Von Photography

 
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