The Wildflower Grace artisan market and boutique on South Main Street will close its doors at the end of the month.
A spokesperson for the business posted on Facebook, “We can not thank our customers, vendors and the community of Wayland enough for their support during the last 2 1/2 years! We have loved being able to be a place for locals to shop close to home!
“Don’t worry, we won’t be going far! As we close this chapter we will be focusing more on having popup shops and our website. This weekend we are having our first popup at the Wayland Balloon Festival.
“Stay tuned for store closing sales later this month!
Wildflower Grace opened almost three years ago at 106 W. Superior St. The business, owned jointly by Joy Stuive, Billie Redder and Kristen Albon, It has specialized in Michigan products, locally made home goods, jewelry, and gifts, Including a boutique with clothing for all ages and sizes.