We have been Featured on: Style Me Pretty
Being featured on Style Me Pretty ‘s blog is a PRETTY big deal!
Jennifer Images is very excited to have our White Wedding Wonderland featured on their Vendor’s Blog.
You can see the link here:
For those of you who don’t know about Style Me Pretty, here is a little information taken right from their site:
All About Style Me Pretty
Style Me Pretty is a style savvy wedding resource devoted to the modern bride. We cover everything from gorgeous real weddings to up and coming vendors and seasoned pros in the invitation, floral, fashion and photography industries. We feature only the most chic and style centric wedding related content, continually discovering new and brilliantly talented vendors, brides with an eye for all things gorgeous, and the personal loves of editor, Abby Larson.
Our readers looks far beyond your cookie-cutter wedding ideas and strives to design an affair that is both personal and incredibly charming. The average SMP visitor is 21 and 37, with the median age of 27. Approximately 90% of our brides will be married in the coming year, 8% are industry experts and 2% are wedding junkies.
Style Me Pretty is updated throughout the day as our readers are known to check back every hour, on the hour. We currently see around 6.25 million Monthly Page Views, Monthly RSS Views at just over 1,300,000 and approximately 440,000 Monthly Visitors. We also have over 20,000 RSS subscribers.
Launched in February of 2007, Style Me Pretty has become a mainstay in the wedding industry. With nods in nearly every major bridal magazine, including Real Simple Weddings, Martha Stewart Weddings, Elegant Weddings and Modern Bride along with features in such publications as Blog Watch in the Wall Street Journal, SMP is quickly becoming one of the most read wedding resources on the web.
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Abby, Editor & Founder
Admittedly, I have the best job in the world. I spend my days scouring the internet for beautiful things, walking the streets of Boston waiting to be inspired, roaming the aisles of my favorite little bookshop…all day, dreaming about weddings. On any given Tuesday, you might find me on my sofa, hovering over my laptop creating inspiration boards and color palettes, constantly getting sidetracked by all of the beautiful sites I’ve found along the way. Yes, I have a pretty killer job.
And yet, like most things in life, the path to get here has been a long and winding road. With big dreams and brief detours (including a stop at a public relations firm followed by a longer stay at a hedge fund), I jumped head first into the wedding industry, launching a line of wedding invitations called Abby Jean. After three years of blood, sweat and tears (literally) I sold my wonderful little company to Fontaine Maury who could take the brand on to bigger and better things.
As a way to stay connected to my industry, and continue to challenge myself creatively, I started Style Me Pretty….a chic blog for the style obsessed bride. As a blogger, I am forever in search of inspiration…whether it’s my grandfather’s sketches or my niece’s paintings, the perfect pair of ballet flats or a blush colored peony. There are no boundaries for inspiration just as there are no boundaries when it comes to Style Me Pretty.
Again, I have a pretty amazing job.
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Tait, Technical Guru & Founder
My job isn’t nearly as pretty and as girly as you might think. Yes, I am Abby’s husband which means that I am surrounded by all things wedding on a day-to-day, hour-by-hour, minute-by-minute basis, BUT (and this is a big but), I am generally in charge of all things manly here at SMP. Sort of. I handle the technical side of Style Me Pretty…from ensuring that our Little Black Book stays innovative and seamless to making your own user experience better than any other blog out there.
My background is in Computer Science with an undergraduate degree from Vandy and a masters from Stanford (toot, toot). I worked for a few years at a couple of great start-up in Silicone Valley, figuring out what it takes to succeed in not only development, but also as a small, technical business. I saw great potential in Style Me Pretty and it was a no brainer for me to jump ship and start working on the brand full time.
I haven’t looked back since.
To see more visit the site directly at: http://www.stylemepretty.com/