About Us

Turkish Treasures

Rhonda Ford, a Montgomery native and Auburn graduate, taught college History abroad for 16 years before settling in Huntsville. Ten of those years were spent in Turkey where she developed a passion for their art, history, culture, and handicrafts. Turkish Treasures was started in 2010 so that she could share her love of the country and it's warm, hospitable people with others. Combining these products with her daughter's Cotton Table Ceramics line, a love of dogs, and a few Made in the USA favorites, gives Turkish Treasures' gifts, home decor, and accessories a Bohemian flair. Rhonda is married with 3 children, 4 grandchildren and 1 on the way, a black Labrador, and is a member of Willowbrook Baptist Church.

 

 

Beth Woody Floral

Beth Woody, Lover of all flowers and weeds! I aim for punchy arrangements that showcase the most amount of flowers for the least cost. I love to bring in our local outdoors adding texture and the unexpected. Trust me to petal proof your next gathering! 

 

 

Yellow Brick Road

I’m Christi and I love creating personalized home accents from wood and vinyl!  For years my husband Dave and I made gifts for friends and loved ones and many times they commented that we should make and sell the items.  We began Yellow Brick Road in 2017 at Mint Julep Market .  The name Yellow Brick Road came about because we are originally from Kansas.  We hope you love our products as much as we enjoy making them for you!

 

 

Initial Here Gifts

Brandi Walker-My goal is to offer fabulous gifts that ANYONE can afford! Every girl wants to put her name on something. Give gifts that you can be proud of while being a good steward of your money! Just Initial Here

 

 

The Painted Turtle

Sina Roberts grew up in Meridianville, Alabama and attended Auburn University.  She received a BS in Early Childhood Education.  She has three children.  She enjoys painting, walking, traveling, and spending time with her family.  She joined Mint Julep Market in June of 2019.  Door hangers, stencils, furniture paint and waxes get this girl excited and ready to bring back to life old, tired, furniture, doors, windows,pretty much anything that stands still.

 

 

 

The Crepe Turtle/MY Jewelry

Misty Yarbro

 

 

Table and Thyme

Kristi Wells

 

 

Seventh and Peach

Kendra Nez

 

 

Mint Julep Monograms

Hillary Dunham

 

 

Sophisticated Salvage

Georgi Bragg

 

 

Chelsie Lee Photography

Chelsie Lee

 

 

Three Daisies/Social Media

Tabetha McCormick started Three Daisies women's clothing in 2019, along with her mother, Beth McCormick.  She is a full time student at the University of Alabama and spends free time working on clothing selections and marketing campaigns for the boutique.  Tab recently took on the role of social media and marketing editor for the store.

 

 

The Cottage Collective/Whimsy Wear/Three Daisies

Beth McCormick came into Mint Julep Market in 2014 with her clothing line, Whimsy Wear. Whimsy Wear began in September 2005 in an attempt to dress little ones in a fun and affordable fashion all while keeping little ones looking like little ones.  Her daughter, Tabetha was 9 months old at the time. The family business grew and she soon had Tab modeling the line as well as other little ones around the Huntsville area.  Her son, Noah would spend time each afternoon helping her package the outfits to prepare for shipping. 20 years later, Beth still enjoys creating clothing.  She has spent much time researching other products that would compliment her line.  Her journey through the wholesale community would lead her to meet many moms with a passion for creating their own products.  Some of those products, as well as a few select pieces of Beth's collection can be found inside the Whimsy Wear showroom today.

In 2019, Beth started Three Daisies with her daughter as a way to bring affordable fashion to both the young adult and the older adult with the same style.   Pieces in the Three Daisies showroom are selected to keep one on the fashion trending edge and still look age appropriate no matter where they fall in the age span.  

Beth had the opportunity to purchase Mint Julep Market in July 2020.  She changed the name to The Cottage Collective to represent not only her lines but the collections of other lines brought into the gift boutique by the other team members. Each area represents each contributors gifts and talents whether it be in the form of their own creations or in the curating the perfect gift to enhance the gift giving experience.