Show new mamas some love with this pack for her and the little one, all made by talent right here in West Michigan.
Forest Friend Lovely | EverJolie
Margarita Body Scrub | KOKI by Ivana
Coconut Milk Bath Soak | H.C. Lather Co.
Spearmint & Eucalyptus Bath Bomb | Maggie Anne Soap Co.
100% cotton tote bag included
MAKER STORIES & PRODUCT DETAILS
EverJolie | Grand Rapids
New mother of two, Katie turned her craft into a small business after realizing how popular her sewn “lovelys”, originally made for her own little ones, had become. With fun animal prints and patterns, her fuzzy lovelys have become a hit around town with new and expecting moms. Katie has also forayed into the therapeutic jewelry space and has a line of magnetic and aromatherapy bracelets and necklaces.
H.C. Lather Co. | Grand Rapids
Pharmacist by day, Ian sought to create natural and transparent artisanal skincare products that he could trust. A byproduct of professional experience, he’s intimately familiar with ingredients that contain medicinal quality versus filler additives. As such, this coconut milk bath soak, affectionately dubbed “bath crack” offers soothing moisturization for dried and cracked skin - a perfect addition to any winter care regimen.
KOKI by Ivana | Belding
Hispanic and woman owned, KOKI by Ivana, aims to make clean beauty care products accessible and affordable for men and women of all economic backgrounds. Body and skincare are Ivana’s passion; she grows most of her ingredients on her homestead and sources the rest from farmers in the region. Ivana graduated from the SpringGR program for entrepreneurs in Grand Rapids and now finds ways to give back.
Maggie Ann Soap Co. | Grand Rapids
Based out of her Eastown studio, Maggie Ann creates beautifully whismical creations, experimenting and drawing inspiration from her three children, natural landscapes and the changing seasons. Her skill set goes beyond soaps and includes, bath bombs, lotions, lip balms and more! Maggie is a fixture in the Grand Rapids community; her custom work can be seen at events around town, and her staple products can be found at the Downtown Market on weekends or in the West Side’s new Bridge Street Market.