Lily & Val Presents: Pretty Ordinary Friday #50

Pretty Ordinary gives you a sneak peek into Lily & Val behind the scenes! On Lily & Val Living!

For this week’s Pretty Ordinary Friday #50, we’re documenting snapshots of our week. While our pictures may not be the prettiest or the most interesting, we enjoyed each instance and want to remember them! These are the behind-the-scenes, in-between moments – the small peeks that would otherwise be forgotten. Join us as we use this series to scrapbook the unedited, memorable happenings at Lily & Val and what is inspiring our team!

The team says:

Lily & Val Presents: Pretty Ordinary Friday #50 presents Hershey, Pennsylvania, National Stationery Show, Spring flowers in bloom1. “Since we were already in the area, Mak and I went to Hershey, PA on Saturday! It was the 6 year anniversary of our engagement. What better way to celebrate than with chocolate, right?! I LOVED this quote from Milton Hershey and wanted to remember it.” Valerie

2. “As part of our National Stationery Show prep, we decided to do a mini holiday photo shoot for the 2017 collection! We will be using these photos in our Wholesale catalog. This is just a peek of the dark background and pretty holiday greenery.” –Valerie

3“The prettiest shade of pink.” -Valerie

Lily & Val Presents: Pretty Ordinary Friday #50 showcases Lily & Val office preparation for National Stationery Show, Pittsburgh Post Gazette feature on Valerie Mckeehan in the business section, Messiah College 2017 Impact Venture Challenge4“We are in full-on National Stationery Show prep mode this week. Things have been a bit crazy to say the least with lots of meetings and brainstorming (& coffee) in the office.” -Valerie

5. “It was surreal to see Mak and me on the front page of the business section of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette this week! We went to Starbucks and grabbed a bunch of copies. We’re honored to have this article about Lily & Val!” -Valerie

6. “Last week, I had the honor of being a judge at my Alma Mater, Messiah College’s, 2017 Impact Venture Challenge. 6 teams of student entrepreneurs competed for ten thousand dollars in prizes to start their ventures! I loved hearing the student’s passions and the creative ways they planned to use their businesses for a greater good. So inspiring.” -Valerie

Lily and Val team members share photos of Pittsburgh sunset, Mr. Rogers Neighborhood studio, Spring flowers in bloom in Shadyside7“Beautiful Pittsburgh Sunset” -Alivia

8. “The studio in Pittsburgh where Mr. Rogers Neighborhood was filmed!” -Alivia

9. “It doesn’t get better (or prettier) than Spring in Pittsburgh!” –Julie

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