Today I’m finding myself refreshed and inspired! Ready to take on the wedding world with new ideas and new strategies. Once a year I choose a workshop to attend that is truly inspiring and interesting; this is so I can keep growing my business and staying on top the latest trends. Last year it was Cultivate but for 2014 I choose to go to the Bloom Workshop in Atlanta. I was intrigued by Bloom because it touched on so many different topics that have become more and more relevant in my three years of business. The curriculum consisted of blogging, styling and learning how to use your DRSL camera. All things I was interested in learning more about. Venue photos by Hattons Photography and Design.
The workshop we held at the Vinewood Plantation in Newware . The day started early and tad bit cold, but with all the excitement these nuisances were soon forgotten. The first part of morning we talked about blogging and why it’s so important. After a delicious lunch we went into the DSLR camera and how to use it. We then learned a few key points about styling and then were set free to use our new knowledge on a mini styled shoot.
I learned so much and left with a million new ideas. Another added benefit to going to a workshop is meeting other like minded business women who can also inspire you. Who could have known that a 20 minute conversation with a fellow blogger could have created a multitude of fresh ideas? As soon as I got home I worked on putting my new found knowledge to work by redesigning my bookshelf and fireplace mental. Pictures by Meg Burke Photography.