Ever Something Style Co.
We operate Ever Something pursuing two fundamental principles: kindness and love. They are at the forefront of our minds when we meet with clients, create floral elements, and plan dream weddings. Trusting us with a part of your wedding or event is an honor and a true joy! Whether you come into our shop for a celebratory arrangement or allow us to plan your wedding, you will be treated with respect and kindness. Our team can’t wait to meet you!
Katie Carpenter, Co-Owner of Ever Something
Starting Ever Something has taught me so much about life and how to love others well through shared passions, such as beautiful events and meaningful hospitality. My husband owns Foolish Things Coffee Company and we opened Foolish Things Bar & Biscuit together this year, which is a unique collaboration between our two businesses. Justin and I have an amazing daughter named Eleanor who challenges us every day to be better people and to love more deeply. We are so proud to have our businesses based in Tulsa and couldn't imagine a more supportive community.
Taylor Fowler, Co-Owner of Ever Something
I started studying and playing with flowers in 2011 when I first found a love for vintage gardening books and flower photographs. My husband, Jake, has supported my journey with flowers since day one. We now have two kiddos, Golden and Vale.
I'm not concerned with the "rules" of flower arranging but I love learning more about the art. One of my goals for the future is to have my own flower garden to cut from.
Kayla Tandoc, Lead Florist
I've been a florist at Ever Something for three years. I am a florist because it found me. The natural and whimsical style is my personal favorite and something I can connect with. My inspiration for design comes from the people, places and seasons that surround me.
I love the way an arrangement makes someone feel. Though I work with flowers every day, receiving them still gives me the same warm, fuzzy reaction. I love providing that for others.
Shelby Musgrove, Florist
I have always been creating with my hands but began my floral journey in 2015 shortly after I had my son, August. My husband, Keith, and I have traveled and lived abroad. These experiences influence my passion for learning and self-growth. I love pushing the envelope in defining beauty and love that I get to partner with Ever Something to accomplish that in the flower world.
Molly Ford, Assistant Wedding Coordinator and Marketing Manager
I love the art of creating. I believe that working with your hands is significant in life. I have experienced love and inspiration through art and floral design. I enjoy creating space for people to come together in order to share an intentional experience, I believe that something special happens in those moments. Ever Something represents that in my life and I love being a part of this team of creative and inspiring women.
Olivia Sanchez, Assistant Wedding Coordinator
I have a background in mentoring, inspiring, and loving young girls by coaching gymnastics and encouraging them to live with passion and integrity. I desire to participate in moments that bring joy to others. I desire to witness lives changed through the symbolism and the beauty of marriage. This inspires me to serve the bride and groom. I am an assistant planner with Ever Something and I love to help create moments that will be remembered forever. Every bride and groom has a vision for their celebration. As an assistant planner, my passion is to see this day come to fruition.
Monica Johnson, Photographer
I am the owner and full time photographer of Monica Burgess Photography. I enjoy spending time with my husband, Caleb, and my friends and family. Photography has blessed me for over 12 years, along with picking up the practice of flowers these last 5 years. I couldn't be more thankful for these opportunities
I love working with and alongside Ever Something. It is dear to me.
Natalia Helmerich, Florist
I fell in love and started working with florals at a little shop in Santa Monica, CA in 2013. I recently moved to Tulsa with my husband and daughter. I knew that I wanted to be a part of Ever Something and I was lucky enough to be accepted and welcomed by Taylor, Katie, and the staff.
I have cherished every day and can't wait to grow as a florist together with all the Ever Something women.
Cassie Cline, Foolish Bar and Biscuit Florist Manager
Through floral design, I have found a creative outlet and a sense of confidence. I feel grateful to have found my passion to make a difference through flowers.
Flowers are beautiful, my job is to create something through them that a customer can happily receive. Though flowers have a short shelf life, I’ve come to realize that it isn’t the flowers that hold value, it’s the way they make you feel and the people who are thinking of you.