It’s a strange sensation, attempting to make friends over the internet. And I suppose for blogs it’s not so much friends as it is…followers. Followees? Follow….ops?
What funny jargon we use online – but it all makes so much sense. I want to follow all the blogs of the fantastic writers and creative thinkers that I’ve found online over the years.
Amy Rubins of Fete Perfection in St Louis Park, MN (photo to the right from Wacky Wedding Planner blog) has Wacky Wedding Planner which is just a fantabulous blog about her experiences growing into a destination wedding planner (Take me to Costa Rica next time!)
The Bridal Bar provides incredible insight into new and unique ideas for wedding decor and entertainment – as the foremost wedding resource blog and company, they’re great to keep up with.
Editor Christy at Junebug Weddings has the most Creative flair I’ve seen in vintage. The photos that are displayed just blow my mind – – It may just be an aspiration of mine to have our Pierpont Place weddings shown on Junebug someday! Our vintage style is pretty exceptional too!
Jennifer at Earth Friendly Weddings provides some incredible new ways of seeing everyday objects as being the beautiful accent necessary for the perfect eco-friendly wedding. (Photo to the left courtesy of Earth Friendly Weddings, creative credit to Minoo Hersinni, creative director of Au Ciel Design Studio) These views are wonderful to notice as we see a global transition toward more green and eco-friendly goods and services.
The whole team at Bliss Event Group blows me away with the local and destination weddings and events they plan. Seeing events that are managed from beginning to end really shows how much these people know what they’re doing, and how much they believe in their product.
Many of these groups are just like us – – excited about their work, always ready to jump in for another event or wedding, and absolutely adamant that their client always comes first. It’s a hard game to get into – event and wedding planning – and only the best succeed.
Thank goodness we’re surrounded with such excellence.
Thanks for reading, as always!