Monday, February 22, 2010

Giving Back

As wedding season begins, I think about all of the opportunities I had over the past year. I have been fortunate to work with great vendors and even greater clients. Not everyone is able to have the best of the best, but they still deserve to have a great wedding. We, at Something Classic Events, feel that having a wedding coordinator is no longer a luxury but a necessity on your wedding day. That said, not everyone is able to afford a professional, experienced wedding planner so that is where our giveaway comes in. We have done this giveaway each year and I feel it is our way to give back. We are able to provide one couple with a professional planner so they are able to fully enjoy their wedding day. So without further ado, we introduce our 2010 Something Borrowed Package giveaway.

How to Enter:
Email: and use GIVEAWAY as the subject.
Each entry form must answer the following questions:

• Your Name:
• Fiance’s Name:
• Email address:
• Phone number:
• Wedding Date:
• Wedding Location :
• Total wedding budget:
• Total # of guests expected:
• How did you choose your wedding venue? (250 words or less)
• Describe why having a wedding coordinator will make your day the best (250 words or less)
Entries will be accepted until February 28th, 2010 @ 11:59PM. Incomplete entries or entries received after this time will not be considered. One entry per couple.

Contest is not open to current clients or potential clients that have already contacted Something Classic Events. Contest is open nation-wide {if the winner is not in Colorado, they must provide travel and lodging to their wedding location}.

A winner will be chosen at random by March 1, 2010 and notified by email, then will be announced on our blog.

For exact package details, please look over the Something Borrowed Package on our website.

Good Luck!

By entering this contest, you grant permission to Something Classic Events to use your first names only, photo, and wedding description on our blog. Winner must also consent to having a blog post written after their wedding date has past. Contact information will remain private.