200+ Highly Recommended Black-Owned Businesses To Support

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All week on our Instagram stories we’ve been highlighting Black-owned businesses as a way that you can get involved, vote with your dollars, and show these super deserving small businesses some love. It all started because after getting personal in this post on IG and Facebook, I came across an article that said “…over the past 30 years, the US has seen a sharp decline in independent Black-owned business, and that Black women in particular face so many obstacles getting their business ventures funded.”


That SUCKS! So after highlighting some of my favorite Black-owned shops, you guys started flooding my DMs with some of yours. Dozens of enthusiastically recommended shops quickly turned into hundreds, crossing all sorts of categories – from home and food to fashion and beauty, even things like travel, weddings, and business consulting.

We’re still trying to catch up on all of your amazing recommendations, but to start we’ve got over 200 of them categorized below for you to shop from whenever you’d like. Most offer nationwide shipping (and some beyond!), but we’ve also done our best to indicate their location whenever it was made known, just in case you want to check out the ones that are local to you in person.

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Over the last week I’ve exchanged private messages with so many of these makers and shop owners directly. And a theme among their messages is that so many of them say they can’t believe it when they see their traffic spike and watch as things sell out. But they’re so freaking talented – they deserve all of that and then some!!! We’ve basically been crying together in my DMs all week. So thank you to everyone who is lifting these deserving makers and businesses up right now – this isn’t us, it’s YOU GUYS. And they feel the love and it’s changing things for so many of these shop owners in a real and tangible way (some of them were on the verge of closing due to the pandemic, etc).

None of these links are affiliated (same with all of them on IG in the three Make Change highlights) and your purchases directly help these makers & small businesses. This isn’t just a weeklong project for us, we hope to keep growing this list and work them into Gift Guides for things like Mother’s Day/Father’s Day/the holidays, as well as highlighting them on the blog and the podcast and continuing to share them on Instagram stories, etc.

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*Please note that if you’re feeling financially strapped and can’t order anything right now, just sharing a shop or small business with someone you know who might like them can make a huge difference. And if you see something you love and it’s sold out, please come back to them again in the future (many are working to restock things as fast as they can).

Ok, let’s get to the fun part: the shops! I’ve ordered SO MANY THINGS this week, all of which I’ll share on Instagram stories as they arrive, so stay tuned for that too!

Furniture & Decor

  • Batiqua (#5): Handmade Fair Trade batik textiles like pillows, table runners, and more
  • BLK Market Vintage: A shop that specializes in Black curiosities, heirlooms, and collectibles (Brooklyn, NY)
  • Bolé Road Textiles (#1): Vibrant home decor handwoven in Ethiopia. (Brooklyn, NY)
  • Clare Paint: Online paint shopping made simple with curated colors and pre-painted test swatches
  • Cultivated: A housewares, gift, and apparel store that’s offering virtual shopping sessions (Westminster, MD)
  • Don’t Sleep Interiors: Mugs and other home decor focused on celebrating Black history (Atlanta, GA)
  • ECOVIBE: Housewares and apparels focused on the environment and sustainable, ethical practices (Portland, OR)
  • Estelle Colored Glass (#3): Colorful, modern handblown glass accessories (South Carolina)
  • Expedition SubSahara: One-of-a-kind Senegalese home goods and accessories made by African artisans, funding girls’ education (St. Louis, MO)
  • 414loral: Grassroots floral initiative that also offers subscriptions in Wisconsin (Milwaukee, WI)
  • Greenhouse Mercantile: Accessories, apothecary, kitchenware and more that support makers, local artists, and American-made products (Newnan, GA)
  • Grounded Plants (#6): Houseplants mailed right to your door – even by subscription!
  • Linoto: Linen bedding, towels, curtains, and more (Buchanan, NY)
  • Mariya Elenor Designs: Colorfully dyed fabric wall tapestries and bracelets
  • The Milaya Project: Pillows, bedspreads, and wallhangings hand-embroidered by South Sudanese women
  • Naked Clay Ceramics: Simple textural black stoneware and white porcelain tableware (Bedfordshire, England)
  • Nicole Crowder Upholstery (#2): Custom furniture, pillows, upholstery, and workshops (Washington, DC)
  • Nomadic Citizen: Handmade and ethically sourced housewares for the well-traveled home (Toronto, ON)
  • Post 21 (#4): A mother-daughter created shop that celebrates Black-owned brands for home, body, and more
  • Pottery by Osa: Handmade terra cotta pottery (Baton Rouge, LA)
  • Reflektion Design: Baskets, tableware, pillows and more reflecting a foundation of African textiles and Ankara fabric. (LA and Atlanta)
  • SampleHAUS: Pottery made by creatively upcycling interior design waste into eclectic home decor (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Sibbotery: Handmade ritual pottery on her Etsy shop and Instagram (Austin, TX)
  • Soukie Modern: Home decor like Moroccan Berber rugs plus kaftans, soukie bags, and more (Palm Springs, CA)
  • Sustainable Home Goods: Curated collection of Ethical & Fair Trade homewares from local & global artisans (Atlanta, GA)
  • Tal & Bert: Planters, vessels, and tea light holders made from hand-poured concrete and raw minerals (Pittsburgh, PA)
  • Woodward Throwbacks: Salvage and reclaimed woodworking projects including furniture, hardware, and more (Detroit, MI)
  • xN Studio: Modern home goods using traditional and timeworn textiles and techniques (Brooklyn, NY).
  • Yaël & Valérie: High-end Haitian fabrics, housewares and wallpaper
  • Yowie: Curated small collections of housewares and more from friends, independent artists, and designers (Philadelphia, PA)
  • The Zen Succulent: A modern terrarium and plant craft business, with online ordering. (Raleigh & Durham, NC)

Clothing & Accessories

  • A Leap Of Style: Women’s fashion full of bold colors and patterns
  • Bunni & Glo: Headbands, bows, turbans, and masks for infants to adults handmade (Dallas, TX)
  • Circa 7 (#4): Clothing focused on Mental Health awareness, including a portion of proceeds going to Mental Health organizations
  • Clutch 89 (#5): Etsy shop with handmade wallets and clutches (Dallas, TX)
  • DAM Fashions: A ready-to-wear fashion line for women with classic style from designer Deborah Ann Mack (Pennsylvania)
  • District of Clothing (#6): Comfy clothing that promotes progress, action, and self-love from (Washington DC).
  • Honor To Be: Specializing in bridal proposal boxes, tees, satin robes, and more (Columbus, OH)
  • Ichiakor Designs: Clutches, headbands, bows, bowties and more (Richmond, VA)
  • Minted by Loco: Maker of cool headbands and masks
  • Odin Leather Goods: Leather bags, wallets, belts, etc plus other clothes, housewares, and accessories handmade in Texas (The Colony, TX)
  • Onion Cut & Sew: Colorful dresses and effortless clothes from designer Whitney Mero that can be customized for a perfect fit
  • Quindecim Red: Men, women, and kids’ apparel focused on breaking the cycle and sparking greatness
  • Rochelle Porter Design: Activewear in bold prints and bright colors (Atlanta, GA)
  • RuvaAfricWear (#1): African fashion and art, including some home stuff too (Minneapolis, MN)
  • Schnelle Cares: Custom handmade masks with a portion of sales donated to the Boston Resiliency Fund (Boston, MA)
  • Threadleaf: A small independent boutique focused on fashion-forward clothing and accessories that are responsibly made (Alexandria, VA)
  • Tree Fairfax: Minimal leather goods like belts and bags that are long-lasting and timeless (Roanoke, VA)
  • Truth & Gold (#2): A lifestyle brand where parenthoods meets activism, focusing on clothing with positive messages
  • Vik VarWoo: Skirts, tees, and “other dope stuff” like bags and masks
  • West London Boutique (#3): Romantic and feminine clothing and jewelry (New Orleans, LA)

Jewelry & Crystals

  • A is for Avery: Handmade minimalist clay earrings & other art, like woven wall hangings (Ann Arbor, MI)
  • Agape GEMS: Jewelry that combines divine gemstones and precious metals to serve as a reminder of the unbreakable spirit of women (Atlanta, GA)
  • Bobbi Made This: Funky one-of-a-kind polymer clay earrings
  • BR Design Co: Sister-owned business creating polymer clay jewelry and accessories (Charleston, SC)
  • Browneyed Capricorn (#5): Dainty, minimalist jewelry made with quality materials (Goose Creek, SC)
  • Candid Art Accessories: Jewelry, kids stuff, and home decor inspired by African visual culture and cosmic geometry (Oakland, CA)
  • Cosmic Crystal Box: A monthly crystal subscription box
  • Creteation (#3): Cement, leather, and acrylic jewelry and jewelry storage (Dallas, TX)
  • Gigi Does: Stone bracelets, waist beads, crystals, and more
  • ib Designs: Hand-crafted feeling good jewelry inspired by nature (St. Croix, USVI)
  • Keesha Makes (#4): Colorful handmade earrings
  • Krystal Festerly: Jewelry, coasters, trays, and more that beautifully incorporate dried flowers and herbs (Riverside, CA)
  • Lingua Nigra: Organically formed sculptural jewelry
  • The Lotus Den (#2): Crystal and healing decor, jewelry, and more (Chicago, IL)
  • Maya Made This: Handmade jewelry including dangle & stud earrings, stretch bracelets, and more (Silver Spring, MD)
  • NativePRINTcess: Clay jewelry dishes with gold accents, no two are the same! (Camp Springs, MD)
  • Occéane (#1): Jewelry and clothing studio from a French woman living in Ohio (Cleveland, OH)
  • Ode {Vintage}: Vintage shop with an Etsy page full of vintage jewelry and clothes (Cleveland, OH)
  • On The Lookout Jewelry: Playful beaded jewelry that evokes a sense of wonder and adventure (Atlanta, GA)
  • Raising River: Hand-mixed Polymer clay-based jewelry inspired by art, travel, and honest motherhood (Menifee, CA)
  • Sun & Selene: Carefully hand fabricated in small batches using recycled metals and natural gemstones (Richmond, VA)
  • The Tiny Tassel (#6): Handmade brightly colored tassel jewelry and accessories, plus garments (Charleston, SC)
  • Too Cute For Boring Jewelry: An online collaborative boutique working with talented independent jewelry designers around the world

Beauty, Personal Care & Cleaning

  • Beneath Your Mask: Skincare products that are safe, non-irritating, and non-toxic and will not challenge the immune system (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Bohicket Apothecary: Handcrafted home and bath provisions, including small batched artisan soap and soy candles (Abingdon, VA)
  • Briogeo Hair Care: Bespoke hair care regimens to help take the guesswork out of finding a custom haircare routine (New York, NY)
  • Brown & Coconut: Botanical-based skincare products made by two sisters (Boston, MA)
  • By Justine: All-natural products for every hair and skin type, meticulously handcrafted to be good for the body and soul (Harlem, NY & North Carolina)
  • CurlMix: Clean beauty routines and products for curly hair
  • Distinct Bath & Body (#4): Handcrafted soaps & bath products with all-natural & locally sourced ingredients (Chicago, IL)
  • Earthkissed Beauty: Clean skincare at an affordable price, everything between $4 and $24 (Charlotte, NC)
  • Ecoslay: Hair products for all types – I’ve loved using their Orange Marmalade!
  • Eu’Genia (#2): Organic and sustainably sourced balm moisturizers (Brooklyn, NY)
  • Freedom Apothecary (#6): Non-toxic, holistic beauty & body care products with a focus on community (Philadelphia, PA)
  • Flora Lee Naturals: Handmade skincare using grandma Flora Lee’s vegetable and fruit garden as inspiration (Cincinnati, OH)
  • HoneyMilk: Gentle, non-toxic skin and hair care, including “wild soap.”
  • Inside Outer Beauty Market: Multi-cultural marketplace curating toxicant-free beauty & wellness products (Allentown, PA)
  • Lesley Saligoe Botanicals: Plant powered natural hygiene products (Indianapolis, IN)
  • Milked: Artisan small-batch soaps, oils, moisturizers, and more (West Orange, NJ)
  • Mitra’s Bath & Body: All natural and mostly organic shea-based multimelanated skincare.
  • Natty Naturals (#3): Organic and plant-powered skin, body, hair, lip and even beard-care products (Chattanooga, TN)
  • Nature’s Crush Handmade: Botanical handmade soaps, body butters, exfoliating body scrubs, bath bombs and more (Atlanta, GA)
  • Northshea: Plant-based skincare individually handcrafted by women in Ghana, helping alleviate poverty and re-invest in their community
  • Nyah’s Valley: Oils (for hair and beards!) along with crystals and custom made beads
  • Oh Hunni: Organic skincare that uses local honey to moisturize and fight skin irritations naturally (Gainesville, FL)
  • Olive Branch Wellness Boutique (#5): A marketplace for all-natural, vegan & organic beauty care items (Atlanta, GA)
  • Oracle’s Apothecary: A spiritual apothecary offering shea-free body butter, goats’ milk soap, spiritual baths, and more (Haslett, MI)
  • Oyin Handmade: Body products using food-grade ingredients sold online and in stores nationwide
  • PUR-HOME (#1): Earth safe cleaning and laundry products Natural hair and body care with no yucky ingredients (Pahrump, NV)
  • Pura Luna Women’s Apothecary: Herbs, remedies, rollers, and other products and services for self care (Santa Barbara, CA)
  • Simply Good Soap: Soaps made one batch at a time with the highest quality skin-loving oils, butters, and fragrances. (Columbia, SC)
  • Soap Distillery: Cocktail-inspired soaps, lip balms, scrubs, candles and more (Chicago, IL)


  • Black Box Candle Co: 100% soy, non-toxic, hand-poured candles with punny names
  • Crete Candles (#5): Handmade candles in one-of-a-kind concrete jars (Brooklyn, NY)
  • Frères Branchiaux Candle Co (#2): Vegan candles made by three young brothers who donate 10% of proceeds to the homeless (Washington, DC)
  • Ignite Your Peace (#6): Handcrafted all-natural soy candles designed to enhance self-care routines, meditation, and relaxation. (East Harlem, NY)
  • Love Notes Fragrances: “Love inspired” hand poured scented soy candles
  • Poze Candle Company: Candles using carefully curated essential and fragrant oils
  • Rhythm & Flow Candle Co (#4): Clean vegan luxury candles inspired by a love of music (Fayetteville, GA)
  • Southern Elegance Candle Co (#6): Southern-themed scents using fragrances and wax sourced from other southern-based small businesses (North Carolina)
  • Unlax Candles (#1): Handcrafted soy wax candles designed to help you unwind and relax (Suffolk, VA)

Food & Treats

  • Arley Cakes (#4): A super-talented baker that takes custom orders by email (Richmond, VA)
  • Bani’s Beets: Nutrient-rich cold-pressed juices (Beverly Hill, IL)
  • Cam.Lee Crafted Co (#5): Handcrafted small batch simple syrups & grenadines made with no artificial ingredients (Jacksonville, FL)
  • Cookie Society: Shipping gourmet cookies nationwide that prove that everything is bigger in Texas (Frisco, TX)
  • The Cupcake Collection (#6): Cupcakes and cakes in Nashville and New Orleans (plus nationwide shipping)
  • Du Nord Craft Spirits: A distillery that’s also making hand sanitizer these days (Minneapolis, MN)
  • Flower Girl Apothecarie: Organic and ethically sourced teas
  • GoPo Gourmet Popcorn: Popcorn baked with mom + pop recipes and locally grown corn (Fulton, MO)
  • HiFi Cookies: Yummy cookies inspired by music that can be shipped (Nashville, TN)
  • Khanisa’s (#3): A dessert pudding bar (!!!) that also ships (Easton, PA and Plainfield, NJ)
  • Killa Cakes: Bold wedding and birthday cakes, along with a shippable Bite Box that all promise “death by flavor” (Alexandria, VA)
  • Lammar Marie Gourmet Popcorn (#2): Veteran-owned shop with sweet and savory flavors like key lime and lemon cheesecake (Richmond, VA)
  • Lola’s Love Juicery: A farmer’s market vendor who also ships her natural fresh-pressed juices (La Plata, MD)
  • Mac’n By Mari: Shippable boxes of macarons, including custom, vegan, and gluten-free (Philadelphia, PA)
  • Mama’s Biscuits: America’s first gourmet biscuit company, also using all-natural ingredients and shipping nationwide (Frederick, MD)
  • PopKorn: Gourmet popcorn with flavors like lemon & pepper and creamy banana pudding (Bloomington, IN)
  • The Roaming Botanica: Teas, herbs, salves, and hydrosols (Michigan)
  • Southern Roots: Vegan cookies, donuts, and more that ship nationwide (San Antonio, TX)
  • Swank Desserts: Speciality dessert shop for sweets enthusiasts who view dessert as a necessity, not an option! (Summerville, SC)
  • Tubby’s Taste (#1): “Surprisingly vegan” desserts inspired by Jamaican-American roots, with cookie boxes available to ship
  • Uncle Nearest: Whiskey made honoring the “Godfather of Tennesse Whiskey” and first known African-American distiller, Nathan Green. (Shelbyville, TN)
  • Zach & Zoë Sweet Bee Farm: Raw honey and superfoods from the sweetest bee-keeping family (New York, NY)

Art & Art Products

  • alilscribble: Art prints from graphic illustator Alannah Tiller, featuring bold and colorful linework
  • Allison Ford (#3): A lawyer who paints lovely abstract paintings (South Carolina)
  • Alyissa Letters: Handlettering and illustration prints and goods, along with unique polymer clay jewelry (Kansas City, MO)
  • Calida Garcia Rawles (#4): A painter who creates stunningly photo-realistic artwork of people in water (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Carlee Ingersoll: An illustrator who does lots of colorful designs, graphic linework prints, including custom portraits (Washington, DC)
  • Cbabi Bayoc: A muralist who sells posters of his work (St. Louis, MO)
  • Chanel Cristoff Davis: A variety of products featuring the whimsical and happy abstract art (Dallas, TX)
  • Charles Edward Williams: A visual artist and painter working in a variety of media
  • Christa David (#2): Fine art prints for all kinds of art lovers (East Point, GA)
  • Curtis Newkirk: Beautiful architectural and portrait paintings (Richmond, VA)
  • Etta Vee (#1): Vibrant paintings and painted products like tumblers, ornaments, stationery, phone cases, etc (currently living in Strasbourg, France)
  • Flux Imagery: Art prints, printables, and online art classes by illustrator and watercolor artist Erika Barriga (Denver, CO)
  • LAR Art Studio: Founded by interdisciplinary artist, speaker, and workshop leader Lanecia A. Rouse Tinsley (Houston, TX)
  • Mary Shelton: Colorful and clean art prints
  • Melissa T. Kamba: Fine artist and illustrator who ships prints, originals, and commissions worldwide (Salt Lake City, UT)
  • Natalie Daise Art: Colorful portraits and paintings as prints, cards, and originals
  • Pink Lo Mein: Art, shirts, and more featuring the bold and bright art of Ashley Pinklomein Price (Houston, TX)
  • Reyna Noriega (#6): Art prints along with other products like wrapping paper, earrings, and more
  • Roma Osowo: Super happy abstract paintings (Dallas, TX)
  • The Sleepy Wildflower: Illustrated art prints meant to reflect real life (Ann Arbor, MI)
  • Spoonful Of Faith (#5): Pretty illustrated prints and other goodies from author and illustrator Jena Holliday (Minnesota)
  • Wyld Frontier Design Co: Cards, prints, digital downloads, and fine art made with pigments, inks, and watercolor. (Detroit, MI)

Stationery, Books, & Bookstores

  • Black Pearl Books: An independent bookstore built to promote diversity, inclusion, equality, cultural awareness, and community through literature (Austin, TX)
  • Blú Rose Designs (#3): Beautiful invitations (think wedding, baby shower, etc), stationery, and art
  • Books & Crannies: A woman-owned bookstore that opened to fill the void after all of the chain bookstores closed in her area (Martinsville, VA)
  • Brave & Kind Bookshop: Neighborhood family bookshop with a carefully curated selection of diverse and beautiful kids books. (Decatur, GA)
  • Christian Robinson (#5): The illustrator behind kids books like You Matter and many others
  • Christine A. Platt: An author who writes books focused on helping teaching hard history to kids
  • Cloth & Paper: Elevated + minimal planner inserts & accessories (Richmond, VA)
  • Courtney B. Dunlap: A mother of four who just published her first children’s book, The Rumble Hunters.
  • Effie’s Paper: Stationary and gifts that mix casual elegance, motivation and social conversation (New York, NY)
  • EyeSeeMe Children’s Bookstore: The largest collection of African American books for children in the United States (University City, MO)
  • Fulton Street: A coffee & book shop focusing on community, civic duty and building literacy (Tulsa, OK)
  • Frugal Bookstore (#4): A community bookstore focused on literacy and changing minds (Roxbury, MA)
  • Greentop Gifts: Diverse gift wrap and holiday goods. (Apex, NC)
  • Harriet’s Bookshop: Independent bookstore and creative space celebrating women authors, artists, and activities (Philadelphia, PA)
  • The House of Roushey: Floral illustration and modern calligraphy gifts (Rochester, NY)
  • Leather Imagined: Quality leather journals, traveler’s notebooks, and accessories, all lovingly made by hand (Austin, TX)
  • Mahogany Books (#6): An independent bookstore specializing in books written by, for, or about Black people (Washington DC)
  • Paper And Stylo (#1): Pretty pens, stationery, and paper storage (Philadelphia, PA)
  • Semicolon Bookstore: Chicago’s only Black woman-owned bookstore and gallery space (Chicago, IL)
  • This is Tisa Stationery Shop: Brightly-colored handmade cards, journals, notepads, announcements, invitations, and small gifts (Round Rock, TX)
  • Toni Winston: Author of the children’s book My Hair Is Fuzzy, My Hair Is Cute. (Richmond, VA)
  • YayDay Paper Co (#2): Delightfully designed stationery, crafting projects and planner goodies that you can print at home (founded by a contestant on Season 1 of NBC’s Making It!)

Kids & Pets

  • Because of Zoe (#1): Handcrafted bows and headbands
  • Emmi’s Bow-tique: Hair bows made by young Emeli and her mom
  • The Fab Lab (#5): A fun STEM video series with “Crazy Aunt Lindsey” as their guide
  • Fawn Over Me: This baby-stuff making Etsy shop that is currently making masks (Worcester, MA)
  • HarperIman (#2): Adorable handmade linen dolls!
  • Little Nomad (#4): Super cool kids clothing, toys, and accessories – plus stuff for babies and women too (Richmond, VA)
  • KIDO: Children’s clothing as well as books, toys, and gifts focused on spreading joy and celebrating diversity (Chicago, IL)
  • Me-Cháris Handmade Dolls: Super sweet handmade fabrics dolls
  • PoshPilar: Sewn goods for kids and families, including grow-with-me pants for babies (Henderson, NV)
  • Puzzle Huddle (#3): Kids puzzles focusing on diverse characters
  • Simon Dylan: Vintage inspired clothing for free-spirited boys (New York)
  • SweetMayCo: Headbands, turbans, and beanies for kids (Portland, ME)
  • Taylor + Max: Eco-friendly clothes for children made by women and designers from around the world
  • Trill Paws: Limited edition pet supplies including cool enamel pet tags, toys, collars, leashes, and more (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Twined Ivy (#6): Hair products designed by two sisters specifically for wavy and curly hair
  • Uptown Bowqitue: Handcrafted bows, headbands, and bowties for babies and adults

Learning, Advice, And Services

  • ArtFarm Studios (#6): Virtual art classes for kids and adults – plus you can sponsor a class for someone less fortunate! (Annapolis, MD)
  • Black Girl Ventures: Helping BIPOC entrepreneurs access social and financial business capital
  • Black, Married & Debt-Free (#5): Online class, vlog, podcast and more from a couple that paid off their six-figure debt
  • Britt Hawthorne: Offering antibias and anti-racism workshops for educators
  • Gia Graham: Hand lettering class via Skillshare with this talented designer and illustrator (Atlanta, GA)
  • Hilton Carter (#2): Online plant propagation tutorials from a professional stylist and greenery expert (Baltimore, MD)
  • Jacqueline Howard: Virtual assistance to provide solopreneurs with guidance about automation and optimization strategies
  • Miss Taxologist: Tax-saving advice for small businesses
  • Mrs. Joy’s Absolutely Fabulous Treats (#4): Cookie decorating and baking classes (Lynchburg, VA)
  • Shunta Grant (#3): Business coach and podcaster who helps women be intentional with their lives and work
  • Tidied By K: Luxury home organization services as well as free resources and downloadable guides (Atlanta, GA)
  • Tutus & Tennis Shoes (#1): Haircare classes and products for your daughter’s natural hair
  • Wealth Over Now: Financial coach who helps you commit to real behavioral change so you can gain clarity & confidence (Washington, DC)

Travel, Wedding, And Events

  • Butler Balloons: Balloon stylist for parties, celebrations, grand openings and more (New York, NY)
  • Joy Quest Travels (#2): A travel agent who helps busy professionals plan memorable and rejuvenating trips, specializing in the Caribbean
  • The Landing (#1): Beautiful boutique hotel in the Bahamas (and check out this beautiful shop Shine while you’re there)
  • Milk & Honey Travels (#6): Travel designer Brianna Glen helps plan trips where luxury meets authenticity
  • Moroccan Vibes Airbnb (#3): Mid-century Palm Springs Airbnb operated by the owners of Soukie Modern decor store listed earlier (Palm Springs, CA)
  • Nicole Bakes Cakes: Artistic wedding and special occasion cakes and desserts (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Pharris Photo + Philms (#5): Husband & wife team of luxury wedding photographers featured in People, Martha Stewart, and more (Texas)
  • Wedding Flowers For Rent (#4): This genius money-saving way to rent and return your floral arrangements

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