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Founded by sisters, Sarah and Natalie Knowlton, WE THE BIRDS is a lifestyle brand, multi-faceted creative agency and specialty French macaron bakery. We are known for our visual aesthetic, unique personal style AND [entertaining] sister/business-partner dynamic.
We are professional content creators who specialize in producing high-quality, editorial content and visual story-telling. Under Sarah’s direction, our team's collective abilities, global point of view and professional skills have positioned WE THE BIRDS as an outstanding agency for lifestyle content. Brands who hire us to create content get the added value of activating our established reach and influence. We offer our partners creative services AND the added bonus of cross-promotion on our platform.
Specialty French Macaron Bakery
We specialize in custom creations, luxury gifts and catering. Heralded as deliciously edible art, our French macarons are artfully inspired by seasonal trends, fashion runways and culinary innovation. Every macaron that leaves our kitchen is handcrafted and full of flavor.
We had a transient upbringing— moving all over the world. We lived in many countries including: Singapore, Australia, France, Thailand, Cambodia, Venezuela and, of course, the USA. In constant flight, we started referring to ourselves as “birds.” Our global upbringing led us to form what we call, the WE THE BIRDS philosophy: same but different, we are all birds of a feather.
In 2015, Natalie joined Sarah in Dallas, TX where we set down digital roots by founding WE THE BIRDS. What started as a creative outlet for two sisters, has blossomed into a multi-faceted business combining our talents and interests. Sarah’s professional background (with industry experience in fashion, design, & visual art) complemented by Natalie’s culinary prowess and professional business experience makes us a uniquely dynamic duo.
Our global upbringing led us to form the “WE THE BIRDS” philosophy:
We believe that we, the people, relate to one another through our universal human experience and we connect with one another when we marvel at the differences that make each of us unique— same but different, we are all “birds of a feather.”