Rebekah Fleetwood: Born and raised in Westfield, Rebekah married her high school sweetheart, Jon, in 2009. After living in the Dominican Republic for 2 years, they settled down in Indianapolis. They welcomed their daughter, Lilia Grace, in October of 2014 and their son, Graham Davis, in September of 2016. Rebekah graduated from Taylor University with a degree in elementary education. She taught for 5 years, before taking on a new job as a stay-at-home mom. Rebekah and her family are very involved in their church, College Park Church, and would love to have you visit!
Rebekah started her hair accessory business when her daughter was 3 months old. Little Lilia Bow Peep was started to bring cute, yet simple hair accessories to girls of all ages. She loves designing new styles and trying to incorporate as many recycled items as possible. Since the birth of her son, her business has taken on a new name. The Gray Lily still has all the same hair accessories as before, but has grown to include recycled t-shirt children’s pants. Rebekah can’t wait to see the new and amazing things planned for this year’s market!
Brinnan Bigler: Brinnan is fairly new to the Indianapolis area, however, has been a Hoosier girl all of her life. After getting married in 2010, Brin and her husband, Brett, settled in Westfield. However, recently they made the big move from Westfield to Noblesville, with their daughters Millie (3) and Nora (1). They love being apart of a new church plant in Fishers with College Park Church.
Brinnan has always had a love for design and repurposing. Brinnan grew up in a rural town in Union Township. She has always had a love for the country. Her childhood home was a converted dairy barn; needless to say she loves all things farmhouse and plaid. Her style was born out of her surroundings growing up and her parents have always had a gift of making something out of nothing. To this day she has had several small business adventures, but currently loves being a stay-at-home momma and helping her family with their small business, Union Farm Goods, where they handcraft baskets, trays, and furniture from reclaimed woods and metals. She is looking forward to being a part of the Indy Mommy Market team again this year!
Katie Fowler: Katie, an Indianapolis native, currently lives in Fishers with her husband, Brett, and their four-month-old daughter, Annalise. Katie graduated with a French major and spent her first two years post-college living in Pontault-Combault, France working with Operation Mobilization to teach French literacy skills to immigrants in the Paris area. More recently, Katie taught junior high and high school French in Centerville, Indiana. When baby Annalise arrived in December, Katie began her newest career as a stay-at-home mom.
Katie and her family enjoy serving in their church, Grace Fellowship, where their family leads the ukulele group. Katie can be found reading novels with her book club and running 5ks. She has a passion for writing and looks forward to being involved with the Indy Mommy Market again this year.