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Jun 24, 2011

New Sponsor: The Jefferson Bride

 Attention all brides and grooms! I have an amazing new sponsor to Pretty Tasty Things. I want to welcome, The Jefferson Bride: Fashion Past to Fashion Forward. This is the first-ever bridal fashion show held on the Grand Staircase of the Jefferson Hotel. Taking place on Sunday, July 24 at 4pm, this amazing fashion show will present fashion-forward gowns from Jingles Bridal Salon and timeless gowns from weddings past from The Jefferson Hotel. The Jefferson Hotel, one of the finest and renowned hotels in Virginia, was completed in 1895 just in time for the ultra-fashionable wedding of Irene Langhorne and Charles Dana Gibson. Since then, generation after generation of Virginia brides and grooms have made their way down the infamous Grand Staircase.

[Photo credit: Mike Topham Photography]

Here’s the itinerary for The Jefferson Bride:
4pm: Bridal Tea in the Empire Room where you meet and greet Central Virginia’s top professionals while you enjoy tea and refreshments!
5pm: Bliss on the Grand Staircase Show where you enjoy beautiful contemporary fashions from Jingles Bridal Salon coupled with exquisite vintage fashions from past Jefferson Brides!

How to purchase tickets:
Simply click on The Jefferson Bride for tickets and registration. Single tickets are $25, couple tickets are $40. Tickets are available the day of the bridal show for $30 (cash only).

Where you a Jefferson bride pre-1990 and still have your gown?
If you’re interested in donning your gown—or having a relative don it for you—and descend The Grand Staircase again, please contact Arlene@thejeffersonbride.com.

For more information an this wonderful bridal event, click on The Jefferson Bride: Fashion Past to Fashion or click on their sponsorship ad on the right side of the blog!

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Mar 17, 2011

Please help For Japan With Love

Words can’t describe the sadness in Japan. The lives loss. The memories gone. To have everything completely taken from them is heartbreaking. Every little bit helps right now so please help those who have nothing right now. For Japan With Love is one option, but there are so many ways to help. Click here for more options. Lets give them hope that it will get better soon.

Fundraising: For Japan With Love has a direct link on the website to our fundraising page for ShelterBox. ShelterBox was one of THE first organizations asked by Japan to help and were on hand on the Saturday after the quake. Each large, green ShelterBox is tailored to a disaster but typically contains a disaster relief tent for an extended family, blankets, water storage and purification equipment, cooking utensils, a stove, a basic tool kit, a children’s activity pack and other vital items. Please check it out and whatever you can contribute will be so appreciated.

If you’re a blogger and would like to participate, please visit this link for more information.

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Mar 16, 2011

New Sponsor: Richmond.com

Happy Hump Day! I don’t know about you, but I’m already looking forward to this weekend. But first, I wanted to announce how excited I am about Pretty Tasty Things’ new partnership with Richmond.com. Every Tuesday, Richmond.com will publish one of my recipes on their website, which can reach thousands of local readers! I am beside myself with joy. I’m thrilled for the added exposure for my blog and I look forward to more opportunities in the future! If you’re unfamiliar with Richmond.com, they cover all things Richmond-related to entertainment, dining, shopping, arts, culture and more! Check them out at www.richmond.com to figure out your plans for this weekend!

In the fourth panel on the homepage, you’ll see my “Loko-loko for Lumpia” article. Just click on that to see the whole article. Oh, and just so you know,  “loko-loko” is in tagalog meaning “crazy.” Ok, so my article was on there yesterday, but you can still do a search!

If you’re interested in advertising on Pretty Tasty Things, and want to learn more about our options, please email isabel{at}prettytastythings{dot}com for rates & availability. We have two ad sizes available: 250 x 250 or 250 x 125 and will be placed on the sidebar linking to your company’s website. Looking forward to hearing from you!

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