Party Time

The First of Many Social Media Workshops

It’s hard to sum up all the feelings we have about the social media workshop in one little post, but I’m going to do my best.

When the day started, Paige and I were both pretty nervous. I mean, would anyone care what we had to say? Would all our hard work be worth it? But as attendees started pouring in, it quickly became clear that it was going to be a magical morning. Bloggers, business owners, bakers, photographers, and all sorts of other amazing women all squeezed into the studio, and the energy was practically glittering in the air. By the time we finished our presentation, we were almost half an hour overtime, and everyone could barely contain their excitement (including us!) We all stood around afterward eating Desmond & Beatrice coconut cupcakes, Kitten and The Bear scones and jam and shared our hopes, dreams, and plans (oh, and taking some pretty adorable photobooth pics- coming soon!) It felt like we’d created a little bubble of talented creative women at Studio B, and we’re so excited to watch everyone who attended progress and grow.

Overall, our first workshop was a huge success, and we’re so incredibly grateful to all of our lovely attendees and talented sponsors. We’re excited to announce well be hosting more workshops in the near future, and we can’t wait to build on this idea and share what’s next with all of you very soon!

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Photos: Brianne Burnell

 

3 comments

  • Seems like it was super successful! I love the theme , and basically all the decorations going on in the photos. It’s great to see other Toronto/Canadian bloggers.

    christycee.blogspot.ca 

  • Hi Alyssa, I started reading your posts on xoVain a couple of hours ago and then migrated over here … suffice to say I really love your work! May I ask where you (or the people you know) find such beautiful porcelain? My dream is to curate a small set of mismatched teacups and saucers (with a nice teapot) without spending too much.

    • Hey Rachelle! Mostly thrift shops and antique markets! Usually pieces aren’t too expensive 🙂

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