about us

Life is pretty special. We believe that it should be filled with things that brighten a room or bring on a smile. We strive to find unique, happy and whimsical items that make gift giving fun. Whether it's the perfect gift or card for a friend or it's something for yourself, our mission is to bring the fun back to shopping. One of our passions is finding items that are Made in America. We support local artists whenever possible, please visit the Made in America section of our website. 


about our company

Taylor Aiden was founded in 2007 by two sisters, Sarah and Ann.  Growing up, they spent a great deal of time making and building just about everything, from food and crafts to garages and balconies.  Putting their creative energy to use as adults seemed only natural.

Taylor Aiden is named after the family's Boston Terrier, who always brought smiles to their faces. It is their hope that Taylor Aiden products do the same for you.

fun facts that make us, well, us

Sometimes Sarah and Ann have so many ideas at once that it is hard for them to speak fast enough to get them all out.  When they are in need of motivation, nothing seems to work better than putting on an old Rocky movie (except Rocky V, of course).  They love nice people and don’t understand why everyone isn’t this way.  Creating is a life long passion that seems to distract them when trying to do other things.  They aren’t twins but do get that question often. 

things we heart 

Fresh Cut Flowers.  Surprises.  Color.  Cooking (and then eating).  The Country.  The City.  Farmers Markets.  Vegetable Gardens.  Country Music.  Peace & Quiet.  Chaos.  Taking pictures – especially really early in the morning before anyone else is awake (if only we could get up that early more often). Family. Friends.

Their inspiration comes from so many things, they find it everywhere including cupcakes and champagne, and the girls who love their products.

"A happy person is not a person in a certain set of circumstances, but rather a person with a certain set of attitudes." –Hugh Downs