The Wedding Blue Book Launch Party was an evening for the books! Wedding vendors from all categories gathered together to support the official launch of the website.
There are two things that you can guarantee will happen when vendors get together outside of a wedding day. One, there will be food. Two, we will talk… a lot.
It was an absolute joy to get to mix and mingle with one another outside of a busy wedding day and to just catch up with one another. Vendors also got to meet new friends and, believe it or not, meet vendors that we fangirl over or have only spoken to via email.
The evening begin with about 20 minutes of social time as vendors nibbled on a delicious charcuterie spread by Vibrant Occasions, then moved into Kaitie Gill, Founder of The Wedding Blue Book, sharing the reason and purpose behind the site. And, in natural fashion, we went around the room and had every one introduce themselves and share their favorite Sonic drink.
After about 15 minutes of Kaitie sharing all the goodness she hopes for The WBB, it was back to all vendors chit chatting with one another. And, while the evening wrapped up at 8 PM, we probably could have all stayed talking until the next day – ha!
Grandeur House provided us a location (very important!) to host.
Vibrant Occasions provided the most delicious charcuterie spread.
Red Rebel Bakery provided cookies as a sweet treat with hand-lettered logos of vendors that helped make the launch possible. Seriously, so yummy!
Party Time Rental + Events provided linens to help everything look cohesive and nice with The WBB brand.
Hobart Print Studio provided the welcome signage, thank you cards, and cocktail napkins.
Oh Hey Bouquet provided the floral arrangements, which as we all know, florals help elevate any event.
DJ JellyBean of Central Arkansas Entertainment provided sound and background music for the evening.
Brittany Riggan Photography provided all the images you see below to help capture a night that Kaitie truly never wants to forget.
And, special shout-out to Kaitie’s mom, Lane, who has been a constant support and help whenever needed. When you become a small business owner, business really becomes a family affair.