Little Bean + Co is the product of a brilliant idea, and a whole lot of hard work from Paige and her husband Kaleb. They got the idea to create a mobile children’s boutique while on their honeymoon in Tofino. The name came from the nickname they have for their daughter Finley. They soon found a 1975 Boler and went to work retrofitting it in order to turn it into what they envisioned.
As soon as you see the Little Bean + Co Boler you can tell a whole lot of time and dedication has gone into it. Paige has put her whole heart, and creative vision into this. You’ll fall in love with the white, blue, and black and silver touches.
This is Vancouver’s original mobile children’s boutique that features local brands, and you will find it traveling to different local venues and markets. Something like this provides a great opportunity for parents to check out brands in person, and not just on the screen of a device. You can see for yourself all the hard work that have gone into these products, and just how amazing everything is. I warn you though you will be leaving with a shopping bag full of items!
This Sunday, February 28th, was the launch for Little Bean + C0 and it did not disappoint. It was hosted at Disrikt Movement in North Vancouver. There were special treats to enjoy like Bowen Island Pizza, and rumour has it that two very special princesses from My Little Princess were in attendance later on during the launch. My daughter fell in love with the teepee that was set up by Woodland Wovens TeePees. I love that so many local brands are being represented by Little Bean + Co. If you are wanting to check out what brands are available in the Boler you can go to the brands page on their site.