I’m always humbled to receive emails like this. It’s a big deal to trust someone you haven’t yet met in person to work with you through all the details and issues that come with planning your wedding day. Thank you S&D, and I’m so excited to be working with you in the coming year ❤❤
I am very excited about this partnership and hope you enjoy the articles too. Feel free to share and comment both here and over at NYIAD. Also, if you have an event planning, event design, or event industry topic you’d like me to cover, please feel free to email me directly at email@example.com.
It's that time again for the Oregon Bride Best of 2014 awards! Here's your chance to share your opinions: Who out-shined, out-impressed, out-performed and just plain out-amazed you in the past year? Newlyweds and brides-to-be, tell us about the best Oregon vendors and venues that made your day a dream come true. Wedding pros, who among your colleagues stood out?
Your votes in over 40 categories will be tallied to determine the winners of our annual Best of Bride awards, which will be announced at our Best of Bride party in June and in our Fall/Winter 2014 issue.
This year, we're doing things a little different: Voting will take place in two phases. The first phase will be open voting to nominate the finalists. Voting for phase one closes February 14, 2014. A second, final round of voting will take place from March 1-7, 2014 and is open only to vendors.
via orbridemag.com You do have to vote in at least 6 categories for your vote to count. If it's been a while since your wedding, or if you need some vendor ideas, please feel free to check out these lists from The Bridal Loft and Oregon Bride Magazine.
The Portland Event Planner blog has moved here (old URL was weddingcoordinator.blogspot.com). To better reflect the type of content featured here (non-wedding galas, corporate and marketing events, fundraising events, and general business information directed at the event professional), our new URL is:
Please update your bookmarks and RSS and join us here for the same great event planning, corporate event planning, experiential marketing, and to-the-trade coverage that the Portland Event Planner blog has brought to you since 2007. Thank you!
*** Just wanted to pass on some great info in the industry regarding submissions to Oregon Bride magazine, as received in this email from their editorial staff. This is a wonderful publication and I’m sure many of you have weddings that meet the criteria. Good Luck! ***
September 1, 2013 for our Spring/Summer 2014 issue.
WEDDING DATES IN THIS ISSUE:
We are looking for Oregon weddings that occurred between March 15, 2013 and September 1, 2013.
WHAT WE’RE LOOKING FOR:
Every issue showcases fabulous, creative, and quintessentially Northwest weddings that celebrate the beauty of Oregon and those who call it home.
We’re interested in couples who a have a great story about their engagement, courtship, wedding, reception and/or honeymoon; have a distinct style, everything from DIY to glamorous gala affairs; and we’re always looking for and inspired by diversity.
HOW TO SUBMIT:
Email a link to a small photo gallery of the wedding. (No more than 50 photos, please!) We’ll also need the following information:
First & last names of the bride and groom with their contact information
Date of the wedding
Ceremony and reception location
Vendor list (does not need to be complete)
Short description of the wedding, the couple, or any details you want to share
For more information on how to submit, see Oregon Bride’s website or email … at alisa.welch (at) tigeroak (dot) com.
I hope that all of you are having a wonderful day, enjoying the promise that the future holds for us. Whatever your political leaning, I hope you'll be reminded that we all have much more in common than we have that is different. Here' s to an inspiring year! And if you are engaged, may you be just as blissed-out and happy at the end of your wedding as these two looked at theirs. Thanks to Gangsta Bride for the pic!