No, I’m not pregnant.
Things are far more exciting than that today over at The Utter Blog/Utterly Wow HQ.
First of all, I’m very honoured to have my gurning face all over the pages of Rock My Wedding this morning! RMW is one of my favourite wedding blogs and I’ve been reading it since waaaay before I was even engaged, so to be sharing our wedding with a ma-hoosive community of brides (and grooms) to-be is a total and utter thrill. And a very special *hello!* to those fresh from the RMW pages who may have never visited this lil’ ol’ blog of mine before. Stay a while! Have a little browse. You can start right the beginning if you like. Or you could just type a random word in to the Search box and see what comes up… that’s always fun.
I shall, of course, continue to blog about the rest of our wedding here on The Utter Blog (if you haven’t read Part 1 already it’s right here), but for those keen to see the whole shebang in one go I shall allow you to head on over to the girls (and guy) at Rock My Wedding… right after you’ve read my second announcement. 😉
(Is it too self-indulgent to ask for a drumroll?)
After two years of dreaming, scheming, training, researching, planning, prepping, practicing and designing, I’m pleased to announce the Utterly Wow website is now… LIVE!
It’s been a long time coming but I’m delighted with the final product- a vision in my head made real (and so much better) by the very talented and super-patient Ian over at Swash & Fold. A special mention as well to Ed Pereira who spent an afternoon with me taking some of the fab pictures you’ll see on the site too. It’s more than a little daunting trying to get your personality, passion and business ethos across in just a few web pages, but I hope we’ve achieved this.
Wanna go take a look? Please do! And if you like what you see why don’t you tell someone about it too? A RT here and a Facebook share there will a very happy Sama make. After all, a snazzy new website is nothing without the attention of it’s target audience. (That would be the brides and grooms of Britain, for those still not entirely clear.)
I’ll be back on Thursday with Part 2 of the full, no-holds-barred wedding report, but in the meantime have a wonderful week, and a very Happy Monday to readers old and new.