everyone, hold onto the seat of your pants. we're basically giving away our products this week with our two promotions.
need a hostess gift for thanksgiving dinner? we're still running our buy one bouquet, get the second half off promotion until this WEDNESDAY MORNING, AT 9AM. buy one for your beautiful home and then buy one for a host or give both to the host (god knows they deserve it!!!) or just 'give thanks' to that special someone and send them a bouquet. it's a win, win and an opportunity that ends so soon. click here to purchase or click photo below.
we're starting our black friday pre-sale tomorrow through next monday!! 25% off ALL OF OUR HOLIDAY BOXES. all holiday boxes will be shipped/delivered starting next monday so purchase your holiday gifts here now and save while you can.
i know this is a lot for one post but we're so excited to be part of the first "sunset holiday market" taking place next saturday, december 3, at Rock Paper Scissors on Sunset Drive (next to whip and dip) from 10am - 10pm.
come shop at anytime from 10am-10pm for the holidays with our market exclusive house of lilac $45 holiday gift boxes and fresh bouquets (to go!), rock paper scissors gift merchandise, and orchard + olive housewares. and while you're shopping, make your own holiday letterpress cards alongside letterpress girls!
*and of course enjoy free holiday bites and drinks.
i apologize for the excessive information in advance. the holidays get me too excited.
re: personal life, i finally got through every book i was reading (finished the last one (eligible - a must read if you're a pride & prejudice fan) at 3am last night during a bout of third trimester insomnia) and am looking forward to watching bravo nonstop until no. 2 arrives next month. i am listening to this pretty cool npr podcast called "how i built this" that documents interviews with different entrepreneurs and how they made it big. the sarah blakely, spanx founder, interview is pretty amazing and a must listen to if you're into inspiring ted talky stories of the sort.
on the menu this week: what's gaby cooking ham & cheese pasta, shredded chicken tacos (recipe via a family friend), what's gaby cooking chicken parmesan meatballs, whole foods frozen pizza (the corn crust kind), and of course, THANKSGIVING. (my favorite holiday, ever).
and finally, i suggest not walking into neiman or nordstrom this week or next - they're having a 40% off sale. including the shoe department. i'm thankful i can't wear normal shoes right now.