Tuesday, January 26, 2010

We made it...

We officially survived our first bridal show! After weeks of planning, we conquered our first show. Joe and I always said we would try anything once, so this was our go at our first show. Who knows if we will do it next year, but it was a great experience and we had an overwhelming response to our work and our fabulous booth (if I do say so myself). I couldn't have done any of it with out Joe and his amazing handy-ness. He truly made my vision come to life and put up with my persistent perfectionism.

We really enjoyed the experience! It was great to meet other vendors in the wedding industry and to get a chance to talk with so many wonderful brides. I can't wait for some of the weddings that will eventually be up on the blog!
We would, however, now like to thank our un-official sponsors for their contributions and work:
Every Yard-sale within 10 miles of our house
Erma Dog
Mr C's
Carolina Memorial Park Copier Romano's
The Madre Robin
Antique Stores Everywhere
Oswalt Vault Flat Bed Truck Chrysler Van
Moe's
Anthropologie
Sister LeAnn
The Padre Scott
Lowe's
Del-Ray Fabrics
Etsy
Hobby Lobby
Levelers
Mod-Podge
D.D.
Noonie
Enjoy some photos!
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6 comments:

Wendy said...

You know, there's one THIS weekend at Cabarrus Arena...

Your booth looks really great! Sophisticated and vintage and pretty. I'm betting you got TONS of new clients!
=-)

amy p said...

oh WOW!! lindsey that looks so amazing! i've been to one show in my lifetime and never saw any set-up so unique and amazing...like you. wow. hope there is some fruit from this for you.

Charlotte Wedding Photographer - The Schultzes said...

gahhhhhh....LOVED your booth! I'm sure you booked a bunch of awesome weddings from it!

:) Cheyenne

kristin said...

Lindsey.... this is amazing! I absolutely love it!

Alyse Woodward Events - North Carolina Wedding Planner said...

You booth was truly the best! So great to chat today - can't wait to work together!

Alyse :)

The Silvernales said...

I feel like I should be thanked for emotional support and encouragment.