"Your soul is attracted to people, the same way flowers are attracted to the sun; surround yourself with only those who want to see you grow." -Pavana
Our story, unique to us, shows our love for creativity,
those around us and our desire to make other people see the happiness around them.
Cheyenne, a small-town Kansas native, has a mind that simply never shuts off and is constantly thinking of the next step while enjoying the moment. These days, you will see she finds happiness in each day, as she knows life is too short to be any other way. Trysta grew up in Colorado and played a lot of basketball. She's always had a passion and focus for people and the underdog. These days, she shuffles her two kids around and still has a passion and focus for people and the underdog. Always working in Human Resources, Trysta has found herself in front of college students teaching about the culture and environment of the business world. She puts the FUN in everything she does and has a smile that will light up any room.
Always willing to have a good time and finding fun in all that they do, Lola and Luci was born. In the spring of 2016, Trysta and Cheyenne attended a Women of Faith Conference in Kansas City where Luci Swindell told the story of the couch. Swindell shared that anytime her and her best friend saw a couch on the side of the road, you know--the ones that magically fall out of pick-up trucks on the interstate when someone is moving? Those kinds of couches. Well, anytime they saw a couch, they used it as an opportunity to stop their car, sit on the couch and just simply talk. Talk about their lives, their loves and their future. It was on that day that Cheyenne became Trysta’s Luci.
During the summer of 2016, Trysta went with Cheyenne to her aunt and uncle’s 50th wedding anniversary where they celebrated a lifetime of love! Cheyenne’s aunt invited her best friend, Lola. As Trysta and Cheyenne set across the table from them they were inspired by the stories and adventures in a friendship that was a half a century old. On that day, Trysta became Cheyenne’s Lola.
For a brief period of time, Trysta and Cheyenne worked together and realized their love for flowers. Wild flowers, birthday flowers, other people’s flowers and the sheer happiness flowers brought to the people around them. Cheyenne told Trysta numerous times how much she loved the idea of a flower shop and the flower truck would soon be reality. Cheyenne pulled her 1969 Chevy out of the shop and Lola and Luci’s mobile flower shop was born.