Inspired Goodness

I’m excited this morning to introduce one of our new sponsors, Inspired Goodness. Here’s a little bit about the services they provide…

Our role is simple…we help craft your story as a couple. We spend a lot of time getting to know each couple; we ask how they met, fell in love, we ask about their shared interests, what they love most about one another, we brainstorm ways that we can pay homage to both their families and also incorporate their heritage. From there, we develop a cohesive design plan – a key component includes custom paper goods, which provides us a fun way to infuse details of their story throughout the entire wedding.

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In honor of Valentine’s Day, we’re offering one lucky couple our design services entirely for FREE.  To enter, all they need to do is leave a comment on our site during the first two weeks of February (1-12th) telling us what makes them as a couple, so unique.
It’s open to readers in the New York City area and the only catch is that the wedding date must take place after September 1, 2010.

In honor of Valentine’s Day, Inspired Goodness is offering one lucky couple their design services entirely for FREE.  To enter, all you need to do is leave a comment on their blog during the first two weeks of February (1st – 12th) saying what makes you as a couple, so unique. It’s open to readers in the New York City area and the only catch is that the wedding date must take place between August 1st and December 15, 2010. Good luck!

Photography by Alison Conkin Photography and Brian Dorsey Studios / Design Collaboration with Hatch Creative Studio

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4 Responses to “Inspired Goodness”

  1. Shira

    kim at inspired goodness was the brains, heart and genius behind our wedding. her cohesive and creative ideas helped turn our event into an E-V-E-N-T. i’m happy to share my experiences (and pictures!) with any brides-to-be!

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  2. Miss Nightingale

    That candy table idea – with everyone being able to help themselves – is GENIUS! I love it. I’m definitely putting this on our list of ideas. :)

    I so wish we could enter the competition, but unfortunately we live in the UK, so just a leeeeetle bit out of the New York City catchment area. ;)

    Currently we are thinking of being married in the library of a Georgian mansion and dining in the Wedgewood Room, so desperately looking for more ideas!

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