Bradley & Lily Set of 3 Mini Pineapple Notebooks

Known for their playfully elegant letterpress greeting cards and notebooks, Bradley & Lily offers ocean, coastal and island inspired stationery and gifts. Notebooks are designed and printed in Honolulu, Hawaii on recycled cotton stock.

Featured designs: Pineapple set of 3 mini-notebooks

About Bradley & Lily

In 2005, Stacey Nomura founded what is now known as Bradley & Lily. It was the sweet memory of childhood days spent crocheting and hand making cards with her grandmother that prompted her spirited departure from the corporate daily grind. Soon after, Stacey’s husband, Ian left his job in the high rises of downtown Honolulu to help run their antique printing press and oversee full-time operations. Although settled with their young children (Bradley and Lily) in the alluring and culturally rich capital of Hawai‘i, it was an upbringing along the shores of Monterey Bay that left a lasting impression of classic style and refinement as seen in her Pacific-inspired designs.

Stacey's designs and stationery suites have appeared in Honolulu Magazine, The Knot Magazine, Style Me Pretty, Elle Marriage Japan, Grace Ormonde Wedding Style, Pacific Weddings Magazine, Hawaii Bride & Groom, Lei Chic Blog, Hostess with the Mostess blog, Modern Weddings Hawaii blog among others. Her specialty stationery boutique, South Shore Paperie was selected as Best Stationery Store of 2012 by the editors of Honolulu Magazine.

Bradley & Lily is a Hawai‘i lifestyle brand with a focus on stationery products. Its paper goods are created to connect people through expressions of love, joy and compassion, and are printed in Honolulu on domestically milled or recycled paper.

How they give back:

All Bradley & Lily products are designed, printed and assembled in O‘ahu, supporting the local economy.

Bradley & Lily regularly contributes to a number of local schools, the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii, Hawaii Hearts, Love Gives Hawaii, Make-A-Wish Hawaii, Navy Seal Foundation Hawaii, Hawaii Opera Theatre (HOT), Japan America Society and Ballet Hawaii.

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