Jennifer Lovy Contributing Writer Native Detroiter Mollie Yarsike takes care of the kids so parents can enjoy the party. I can’t believe this didn’t exist before,” is the most common reaction to Mollie Yarsike’s two-and-a-half-year-old business venture. It makes sense considering the idea of having childcare at a wedding or other adult-focused event seems like…Read More
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Colleen Dillon loves to sew. And to craft. And to dress up her adorable daughters (ages 10 and 6) with husband, Patrick, in equally adorable stuff. So when the Royal Oak mom, who has a bachelor of science in nursing, began to get requests from friends to make a hair clip here or a tutu there to give as gifts, she went with it. Then more people asked.
In 2006, enough people had asked her to craft her sweet creations that she established Prince and Princess Dreams. Leaving nursing behind to pursue her creative passions while staying home with her young girls, Dillon has developed a knack for coming up with the kinds of cute accessories and embellishments that make moms beg for one in every color.Read More