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Revival Market, Market: A Mother’s Day Event

  • Revival Market 550 Heights Boulevard Houston, TX, 77007 United States (map)

Mass-produced products have never been our thing. Since we opened more than eight years ago, we’ve supported local artisans who are at the highest level of their craft. Revival Market may no longer be a traditional market, but our philosophy hasn’t changed. So this Mother’s Day, we’re going back to our roots and hosting a market filled with one-of-a-kind gifts. A select group of artists—most of whom you won’t find at traditional art markets or craft fairs—have been handpicked by our general manager Layne Cruz and Julia Weber, co-owner Morgan Weber’s wife and an artist herself. 

Bring your mom so she can peruse the unique products and then treat her to a meal at Revival Market (don’t forget to BYOB!). Or swing by for a last-minute gift and a coffee. 

Just like the food we serve is thoughtfully grown, raised, procured and reflects our community, we’ve chosen artists who approach their craft in the same way. 

  • Axel Provisions — seasonings & spices — Chimichurris, Seasonings and so much more, this local Texas business is working to bring the cleanest and most environmentally conscious ingredients into your home. Axel Provisions create authentic packaged-foods for global consumers in communities all across America who want to expand their kitchens.

  • Birch and Goldberry  soaps, candles & paper — Three female entrepreneurs add freshness to your life with their handmade soaps, candles and paper products. As working artists, they strive to carefully handcraft special products in order to elevate everyday commodities to find the blend between beauty and functionality. You may have seen their gift wrap featured in both Vogue and InStyle.

  • Genara — home & apothecary — Anything from cute notepads to home decorations, Genara creates products with intention to bring grace and depth. Their mission is to help fulfill acts such as nourishment, personal ritual and self care into the lives of those who purchase their products. They love perfectly imperfect pieces that feel full of life and work with items that are ethically produced, use clean and simple ingredients or materials.

  • Julia Gabriel Studio — leather goods —These handmade leather goods and architecturally-inspired bags are made by local Houston handbag designer Julia Gabriel. Julia is obsessed with simple geometry - think, elementary school shapes. She loves to create functional accessories out of interesting materials — a process that could be viewed like playing with blocks. Her collection consists of everything from large bags to small purses to mirrors. And she happens to be married to Revival Market co-owner Morgan Weber.

  • KD Weave — textiles — Each pillow, coaster and hand towel is hand woven and made with love. Kimberly believes there’s something special about things made by hand — the imperfection and creation of a real human making a product.

  • Loam Agronomics — local produce — At their 288-acre farm in Richmond, TX, Loam Agriculture grows bountiful amounts of vegetables and herbs for the community. Visitors will have the opportunity to shop for fresh produce as well as purchase shares for weekly veggie deliveries.

  • Margaret Braun art & plants — With her extreme love and passion towards travel and adventure, Margaret uses her mythological philosophies to create the most incredible jewels, drawings and home decor that are inspired by her passion for travel and adventure. She uses a variety of materials to make her jewelry — sterling silver, copper, brass, crushed stone, found objects, string — and art explored themes such as youth and the fear of aging, infinity, symbology and the innate human urge to create.

  • Magnol French Baking — bread — Otto Sanchez is a local bread-making legend. Originally from El Salvador, Sanchez has moved his way through the industry while working for people like Michelin Star Chefs Alain Ducasse and Joel Robuchon. Throughout years of traveling and learning, Otto’s main goal remained clear throughout — return home to Houston and do his part to elevate the profile of bread and pastry in the city. Magnol Bread is this goal being realized.

  • Pretti.Cool — homewares & accessories — Pretti.Cool was founded by a group of creatives who wanted an excuse to collaborate on well made, fun & beautifully designed products for the home. With them you’ll find soothing candles, jewelry, accessories and furniture items.

  • Small Noise child & baby — A highly curated shop for babies and children. From blankets to animal patterned jackets to soft baby toys, Jessica creates all kinds of well crafted products for the youngest crowd. 

  • Yellow Bird Sauces — hot sauce — Their story all starts with a seed…a seed that reflects the true source of nourishment and nature. Their spicy condiments are flavor-forward with a thicker, smoother consistency packed with real, farm-fresh fruits and vegetables. The team at Yellowbird is committed to sourcing 100% Organic and Direct Trade, which means they supports farms and farmers that are focused on growing real food the right way. As they say, sauce responsibly.

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