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Vlog Episode 2 // Marigold & Grey Says Goodbye to Director of Operations

FILED IN: Behind-the-Scenes, M&G Happenings, Vlog Episodes

Posted By: Jamie Kutchman

Posted by: Carla Stubbs , Studio Assistant & Videographer

A few weeks back we shared that our Director of Operations Kelly was leaving Marigold & Grey to welcome her first child, a baby girl! We were so sad to see Kelly go, but before she left, we knew we wanted to celebrate the huge impact she's had on Marigold & Grey over the past two years!

Before we could surprise her, we had to finish up a batch of equestrian-inspired wedding welcome gifts for a Maryland farm wedding, photograph them, and deliver them. While Kelly was out making her final gift delivery, we snuck out to grab some cupcakes (and even found a gluten-free cupcake for Jamie!) While it felt silly to give Kelly a gift from our shop, in addition to a few other surprises, we couldn't resist sending her off with a variation of our very own Mom-to-Be gift, the full Marigold & Grey treatment!

If you haven't already, be sure to watch Episode 1 and subscribe to our YouTube channel for future episodes coming soon! We'd love to have you follow along! And by the way, if you're wondering why we decided to start a vlog in the first place, we tell you all about it here.

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