When Amelia Merie was just 13, she went to visit Italy for the first time with her papa nonna Tersilla. One morning after a late lunch, during a stroll down the via in Milano, Amelia saw what was quite the common site in Europe, but for some reason it had an uncommon effect on her heart. She saw a cart on the side of the road selling hand tied bouquets! Amelia went home saying she wanted to be a florist when she grew up and never stopped.

 

At 20 years old, while still a full time student at Texas A&M, Amelia started her first business, Yellow Thistle Designs. Her non traditional entrance into the industry led to the development of her distinguished style over the course of two years. After all the laughter and tears, half a dozen features, dozens of friendships forged, knowledge accumulated, and skills refined, Amelia knew she wanted more than what Yellow Thistle could give her. She wanted to tell stories with her art and inspire others to take a chance on their heart.

 

Amelia takes inspiration from her travels and all the places she visits. Spanish moss dancing in the southern breeze of Savannah, how the Pacific Ocean reflects a million colors of blue, the fireflies that light up the back roads of Tennessee right after the summer sun sets. She finds inspiration in he softness and resiliency of the female heart, of the art that hangs on the walls of museums, and all the stories she hears from the people she meets.

 

Her main pursuit is kindness & the heart of the Lord. She does not like writing in third person.

 

header photo: The Moody Romantic

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When Amelia Merie was just 13, she went to visit Italy for the first time with her papa nonna Tersilla. One morning after a late lunch, during a stroll down the via in Milano, Amelia saw what was quite the common site in Europe, but for some reason it had an uncommon effect on her heart. She saw a cart on the side of the road selling hand tied bouquets! Amelia went home saying she wanted to be a florist when she grew up and never stopped.

 

At 20 years old, while still a full time student at Texas A&M, Amelia started her first business, Yellow Thistle Designs. Her non traditional entrance into the industry led to the development of her distinguished style over the course of two years. After all the laughter and tears, half a dozen features, dozens of friendships forged, knowledge accumulated, and skills refined, Amelia knew she wanted more than what Yellow Thistle could give her. She wanted to tell stories with her art and inspire others to take a chance on their heart.

 

Amelia takes inspiration from her travels and all the places she visits. Spanish moss dancing in the southern breeze of Savannah, how the Pacific Ocean reflects a million colors of blue, the fireflies that light up the back roads of Tennessee right after the summer sun sets. She finds inspiration in he softness and resiliency of the female heart, of the art that hangs on the walls of museums, and all the stories she hears from the people she meets.

 

Her main pursuit is kindness & the heart of the Lord. She does not like writing in third person.

 

header photo: The Moody Romantic

When Amelia Merie was just 13, she went to visit Italy for the first time with her papa nonna Tersilla. One morning after a late lunch, during a stroll down the via in Milano, Amelia saw what was quite the common site in Europe, but for some reason it had an uncommon effect on her heart. She saw a cart on the side of the road selling hand tied bouquets! Amelia went home saying she wanted to be a florist when she grew up and never stopped.

 

At 20 years old, while still a full time student at Texas A&M, Amelia started her first business, Yellow Thistle Designs. Her non traditional entrance into the industry led to the development of her distinguished style over the course of two years. After all the laughter and tears, half a dozen features, dozens of friendships forged, knowledge accumulated, and skills refined, Amelia knew she wanted more than what Yellow Thistle could give her. She wanted to tell stories with her art and inspire others to take a chance on their heart.

 

Amelia takes inspiration from her travels and all the places she visits. Spanish moss dancing in the southern breeze of Savannah, how the Pacific Ocean reflects a million colors of blue, the fireflies that light up the back roads of Tennessee right after the summer sun sets. She finds inspiration in he softness and resiliency of the female heart, of the art that hangs on the walls of museums, and all the stories she hears from the people she meets.

 

Her main pursuit is kindness & the heart of the Lord. She does not like writing in third person.

 

header photo: The Moody Romantic

When Amelia Merie was just 13, she went to visit Italy for the first time with her papa nonna Tersilla. One morning after a late lunch, during a stroll down the via in Milano, Amelia saw what was quite the common site in Europe, but for some reason it had an uncommon effect on her heart. She saw a cart on the side of the road selling hand tied bouquets! Amelia went home saying she wanted to be a florist when she grew up and never stopped.

 

At 20 years old, while still a full time student at Texas A&M, Amelia started her first business, Yellow Thistle Designs. Her non traditional entrance into the industry led to the development of her distinguished style over the course of two years. After all the laughter and tears, half a dozen features, dozens of friendships forged, knowledge accumulated, and skills refined, Amelia knew she wanted more than what Yellow Thistle could give her. She wanted to tell stories with her art and inspire others to take a chance on their heart.

 

Amelia takes inspiration from her travels and all the places she visits. Spanish moss dancing in the southern breeze of Savannah, how the Pacific Ocean reflects a million colors of blue, the fireflies that light up the back roads of Tennessee right after the summer sun sets. She finds inspiration in he softness and resiliency of the female heart, of the art that hangs on the walls of museums, and all the stories she hears from the people she meets.

 

Her main pursuit is kindness & the heart of the Lord. She does not like writing in third person.

 

header photo: The Moody Romantic