IVF babble is delighted to announce that the incredible Happy Paper have created a series of wonderful pineapple prints to raise funds for our charity, Babble Giving
As you guys all know the pineapple is the symbol of the trying to conceive community.
And last year many of you were involved in our highly successful pineapple pin campaign, which raised awareness and funds for people struggling with their fertility, by purchasing a pin, which we are so grateful for.
Lots of celebrities also back the campaign, including television presenters Fearne Cotton, Kate Thornton, Konnie Huq, singer-songwriter Sophie Ellis-Bextor, author Izzy Judd and CNN news anchor, Hannah Vaughan Jones.
We were so pleased when the founder of Happy Paper, designer Ellie Thurston, got in touch to say she would like to do something to support the newly-launched charity
Happy Paper creates bespoke wedding invitations and artwork for all occasions, and Ellie chose Babble Giving as she struggled to conceive her second child.
“It was a dark and lonely journey,” Ellie said. “And at the time felt a lot like a ‘taboo’ subject that wasn’t openly discussed. We would now like to do our little bit to help couples going through this tough and emotionally draining time by supporting this wonderful charity.”
Ellie, who has a studio in Derbyshire, has designed three pineapple prints which are in a variety of colours including yellow, blue, red, and grey. Each print costs £15 each, with half being donated.
Co-founders Tracey Bambrough and Sara Marshall-Page said IVF babble was overwhelmed with the amazing prints Ellie has designed.
“We are so honoured and humbled that Ellie has chosen to support Babble Giving,” Sara says. “The prints are just wonderful, so stylish and we are so thankful to Ellie, who has first hand experience of what it is like to struggle with infertility.”
To find out more about Happy Paper and to order one of the amazing prints, click here
You can also follow Ellie on Instagram, @elliehappypaper
If you would like to know how to support or donate to Babble Giving visit here