…well, you might have to wait a little longer to hear it from me :) Hopefully you won’t hold it against me for keeping you in suspense, but after this crazy fun weekend, I’ve had no time to get a post together, and to top it off, today is my parents 30th wedding anniversary! Absolutely check out the B-List blog for a quick recap, and I’m sure you’ll hear all about the fun we had over on the attendee’s blogs!
[image from Kate Headley Photography]
Just a quick note that Urban Wed on Tuesday the 23rd is almost sold out but there are still tickets available for Wednesday the 24th, so get them quick! Take 50% off the ticket price with code “urbanwedhalf“
Also, you may have seen this around, but The B-List this year will be in the Washington DC area, and we’re hosting a fun wedding Vendor Meet & Greet on Friday, April 16, so if you’re in the mood to mingle with some awesome bridal bloggers, get your tickets here!
[both logos by the talented Thoughtful Day]
Since this week is going to be a short one for me (yay Labor Day weekend!), I figured it was as good a time as any to do my annual reader survey…I’d really appreciate you taking the time to fill it out! Its always nice to see whats working and what you guys like!
I’ll be giving away a special package for one lucky survey taker…it will include an autographed copy of Wedding Chic by Colin Cowie, as well as lots of goodies from The B-List conference (its a surprise)! Just be sure to leave your email address at the end of the survey, winner announced Thursday afternoon.
Thanks in advance everyone!
[image from Amazon]
Check out the B-List blog today…Grace from design*sponge was nice enough to write a mini guide on how to run your blog as a successful business…its got tips you won’t want to miss!
This past weekend, Anne of From I Will to I Do and I co-hosted a bridal blogger event here in Brooklyn…to explain a little bit, it was a small get together meant to really introduce ourselves in person to our favorite bloggers, talk about blogging and weddings, share tips and ideas that have helped our blogs, and provide overall support. Afterwards, we held a vendor meet and greet, since many of us had written about these people but had never met them in person. The event was a smashing success, and hopefully, the B-List can grow into an event we host all over the US, and maybe spark some offshoot events in lots of cities so we can get to know more people in the industry. We’re so incredibly grateful for all the bloggers who traveled as far out as the west coast to attend, and of course, to our sponsors who made this all possible. I’ll cover some stuff here, and the rest will be on the B List blog (pictures will be up shortly).
[The B-List logo was designed by Erica from Thoughtful Day, and group photo by Jenny Ebert]