Did you know, Nashville Bride Guide is turning 2 this month? Yes! It’s been a crazy awesome 2 years and I am so grateful to have this Nashville wedding blog to share all of the latest and greatest happening in the Nashville wedding industry. And in honor of birthday #2, I have an exciting giveaway for you to enter! Keep reading below and head over to our Instagram page to get all the scoop on how you and a friend can win these adorable prize packs!
Nashville Bride Guide is turning 2! In honor of our birthday, we’re giving away 2 gift bags to one lucky bride and her BFF! Here’s how to enter:
1) Head over to @nashvillebrideguide’s Instagram page and like the giveaway post
2) Tag your BFF in the comments (one BFF per comment).
Enter as many times as you’d like – the winner will be chosen the night of Tuesday, April 10th. Good luck!
Here’s what you’ll win x2:
Tote from @bashbagsco
Candle by @briarrosecandleco
Mini Wedding Survival Kit from @partyplacecards
A Bottle of Wine with Custom Packaging by @madewines
A Nail Polish Package from @ailacosmetics
A Personalized Embroidered Jacket from @theengagedgirl
Greeting Cards from @aviatepress
Dress Weights from @dressweights
Passport Cover via @falshandmades
2018 Issue of @theknot
Thanks so much to the vendors and artisans who made this possible! I love all of these products and I know you will too! After you enter, be sure to check out all of their websites and Etsy shops. Plus, many of them are local to Nashville! Good luck and enjoy your “birthday” gift!
Kathy Thomas Photography/Bash Bags/Made Wines/Briar Rose Hill/Aila/Aviate Press/Dress Weights/The Engaged Girl/White Ink Calligraphy/PaperKuts Studio/Falshandmades/Pizzazzerie/Celebrate Everything/The Knot/Party Place Cards
Nashville Bride Guide’s Owner + Editor, Alyssa DiCicco
Since 2016, Alyssa has combined her loves to become the owner and editor of the local wedding blog, Nashville Bride Guide! The online publication showcases weddings, engagement sessions, styled shoots, vendor spotlights and advice posts from all across the Middle Tennessee area. Read more...