Well, in my first post I talked about who we are (remember, we have really cool eclectic furniture and stuff that people can rent instead of buy for their weddings, parties, etc?) And in my last post I talked about why I decided to start a blog (I was brutally honest about how I was told that I had to blog for Yours For Your Day to be successful but how I was uncomfortable with blogging just for that reason, remember?) And now, the time has come and I have to actually blog! Honestly, I’m nervous. I want to do right by those who take the time to read the blog, give you something fun and/or useful to read, and I certainly don’t ever want to waste your time. I won’t pretend to be an expert (other than we do know a little something about providing cool vintage furniture and decor for your weddings, parties, and photo shoots!!!) But I will be honest, straight-forward, and maybe even a little entertaining at times. There are a million resources out there for folks who are planning events and so my challenge is to come up with some fresh new helpful content to share with you weekly and I’m taking this challenge very seriously! No, seriously!
Okay, so what to blog about? First, look at this pretty picture… (I’m supposed to post pretty pictures to keep it interesting!) I took this picture while on our annual color drive last week to see the turning aspens here in “Colorful Colorado!”
Okay, back to the topic: For the most part, in future posts, I will be passing along thoughts, tips, and strategies for surviving the celebration of life’s events from a more personal level! The planning, the anticipation, the wanting everything to go perfectly, are all stressful aspects of event planning. Maybe I’ll share with you some thoughts or experiences I’ve had over the years, advice, pretty pictures for inspiration, who knows? Now, that doesn’t mean I’m not going to also post about upcoming or just completed events that we are privileged to be a part of because hey, it’s what we do and we’re proud of our participation in the special days of our clients. And if we do add something amazing to our inventory, I may share that with you, but that will be the exception and never the norm, promise!
I will also share content from other resources along the way to contribute to this journey we’re on. So please visit the blog regularly (you can subscribe and never miss a post) and we’ll have a wonderful time exploring life in general and a different side of event planning (and maybe a few familiar sides as well.) Thanks for visiting!