Hello! We wanted to inform you all of a few changes going on at Lily Lane.
First, we have moved! The address on the website will be changed shortly, until then go ahead and use the address that is posted. All mail will be forward to us. Having said that, we will be 'pausing' the ordering process for about two weeks. We will start taking orders again on Monday, September 6th. We just need time to get settled and organized. :)
Second, the pricing for custom pendants has been changed to 17.00 per pendant. Any pre-made pendant will be priced at 15.00 a piece. Christmas ornaments will now be 15.00 each as well. These prices are effective immediately.
The last announcement is regarding Christmas orders. All Christmas orders must be submitted NO LATER than November 5th. After that date we will no longer be taking orders so that we may enjoy the holidays with our little families this year. We will re-open after the new year and after the kiddies have gone back to school. :)
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation! Please feel free to email us with any questions you may have.
Wednesday, August 11, 2010
I had a friend growing up named Melanie. She and her family lived on the next street over and we played softball together every summer when we were young. She is one of the sweetest people I know and she comes by it honestly. Her whole family is generous, kind and just down right good people. A few years ago her little sister, Natalie, was diagnosed with a rare cancer in her spine. After battling the disease these past few years she has been told to enjoy what time she has left on this earth. At twenty-two years old she has been diagnosed terminal. I had the chance to make and donate these pendants for a silent auction that took place at a benefit concert for Natalie this past Friday. The money is being raised to help fund her last wish, a trip with her whole family. Please read her entire story here. It is a very uplifting story. You can also watch her interview here. I just thought such strength and beauty should be shared.
Posted by Sarah at 8:09 PM