Last week I traveled to SoCal to meet up with a few hundred of the most fabulous blogging women. During the conference there was lots of empowerment talk and outside of the conference events, there was a lot of boding and pool-side strategy sessions. But my favorite, part of the weekend was hosting the Style Suite with my dear friend Andrea Fellman of SavvySassyMoms. Here are a few of the fabulous ladies we entertained:
On the one "unscheduled" night of the conference we hosted 25 of our bloggy besties for a night of wine, nibbles, ocean sunsets and conversation. There were four amazing sponsors that made the party possible and made it possible for me and my Marketing Manager, Brooke, to make it to the event.
First, the lovely ladies of Rivet and Sway. You might have seen my Rivet a& Sway review. This brand is all about delivering the most chic glasses to your home. They provide all the tools you need to get a pair perfectly fit to your face.
The bloggers loved the personal fittings that they got at the event. It's so surprising to have an expert weigh in. Britt and Emily evaluated face shape, hair, etc. to help the women pick a perfect pair.
ErgoBaby was on hand with the most fashionable slings. We all know babies are the ultimate accessory. It's even more true when they ride in the ergonomically supportive Ergo. My favorite is the collection for Every Mother Counts (Christy Turlington's charity).
The Mother Company is all about empowering families to trust their core values. In this world of reality tv and tabloids sometimes good parenting isn't celebrated. The Mother Company is producing content--shows, books and videos that make me want to sing. It's all about giving your kids the power to make great choices and feel strong and smart.
Speaking of feeling strong. Sometimes it's nice to take a break from keeping it all together and get pampered. The lovely ladies of Mama Mio gave our friends arm massages and goodies--a perfect way to kick off the Mother's Day week.
And did I mention the sunset? With a little vino in hand (thank you Bon Affair) we gathered to toast friendship and success! Cheers! Here's to a great trip.