Wonderful Collective

Wonderful Collective is a handmade designer party collection for baby showers and children's birthday parties.  We believe all hosts want to wow their guests but may not have the time to create a beautiful party.  With this in mind "Party in a Tote" was born to include everything you need to transform a space for a smashing party with garlands, goodie bags, signage and more.  Simply invite your guests, order the cake, and let the party in a tote take care of the rest, wherever that party may be.

We also feel quite sad about many party products living the rest of their lives in the dumpster. Thus, we make our party decor with the intention of having a second life--to captivate the imagination of your child in a playroom, to visually stimulate your baby in a nursery, and to surround your little ones with art in a space they call their own.

We believe the party never has to end.


Jessie Stock is the founder and artist of Wonderful Collective. Before creating her own party and decor company, she worked as a freelance artist for Pottery Barn Kids where she created product mock-ups like nursery mobiles, and as a visual display coordinator at Anthropologie. She also creates contemporary mosaic fine art wall hangings (check them out here: jessicastock.com). With a BA in Interior Design, she delights in creating beautifully designed spaces through her designs and artwork. She loves large picture books, Tim Walker’s bizarre photography, and gluten-free baking.


Jamie Joseph is the editor, marketing head, and #1 moral support for Wonderful Collective. When she’s not brainstorming with her sister, Jessie, you can find her educating inquiring minds on writing strategies and literary analysis at De Anza College and the University of San Francisco. She loves coffee, corduroy, and the wonderful weirdness of San Francisco

Jamie and Jessie are close sisters and best friends. They grew up on a wildflower and native grass farm in Nebraska where they were encouraged to let their imaginations fill up the vast openness of the Nebraska landscape. They now live ten blocks apart in their favorite city, San Francisco.