I’m often asked, Why Kyree’s Kreations? What’s the reason for the name? Who’s Kyree? Well, today I’m sharing the inspiration behind the name and how it became my brand.
After having THE biggest challenge narrowing down what I wanted my brand name to be, I quickly realized this was something I needed to trust God for and left it in His hands. I couldn’t for the life of me figure out what the name would be and I was getting frustrated trying. I knew I didn’t want it to be my own name because as much as I appreciate the name my mama gave me, it really doesn’t sound too catchy, Kennishia Events? Yeah no!
Thankfully, I attended a mastermind session hosted by Pauleanna Reid for the first time and God was definitely working on my behalf. I met two AMAZING women Jem Jackson from the I’m Still Standing Series and Jessica Robinson, founder of Sisters in Praise. I shared that the one challenge I was facing with my business at the time was not having a business name that really resonated with who I am. After some brainstorming between us, Jessica shouted out, "Kyree’s Creations!" It was like a light bulb went off! I was ecstatic and of course, we decided that creations should start with a ‘K’ rather than the ‘C’.
She is my first born and my only daughter.
When I look at her I see my younger self in her eyes. Not only do I see her potential but I see the potential and value of all three of my children. Yup, I have 2 boys as well – Eli’sha & Josiah. I’m blessed that God has entrusted their future into my care. Leaving a legacy that my babies can be proud of is the utmost importance to me. My brand name really hits home.
At Kyree’s Kreations, building a legacy for our up and coming generations is extremely important. We strive to create and continue building a culture of genuine unity and love. As couples and families are bonded and joined together through love and celebrating ALL life's valuable moments we are creating a legacy our children and children’s children can be proud of. Despite any shortcomings and failures in our lives (believe me, I’ve had many failures and dark days) we can still be determined to move forward unto greatness and walk into our destiny.
What does legacy mean to you?
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