Today, we are recovering from an epic night. Last night we were treated to an amazing gathering of some of the "cream of the crop" in the wedding industry at The Cream Event.
Last year I was lucky enough to win 2 tickets to The Cream Event in Los Angeles. It was such an amazing, inspiring night. I even found a new favorite band! I was so grateful to attend and it really got those creative juices going for us again.
This year we knew we had to go. However, that wasn't enough for me. I wanted to be apart of it in any way that I could. Lucky for me, these amazing ladies who put together The Cream Event, Bash, Please put out a call to vendors looking to get into the fabulous swag bags of The Cream Event. Took me absolutely no time to decide that I had to do this. Waiting to hear back for our approval for the swag bags was like agony, even though it was probably not even a full day. I was just so excited. I squealed when we got word that they were happy to work with us! Woot!
Deciding on what kind of swag we wanted to include with our information was a painful process. We had so many ideas, it was hard to decide where to go with them. We wanted to make sure that we represented our main product, hangers, but also show that we are more creative than just those. We are looking to extending our products to include other items besides hangers, but how do we go about tackling this?
It was also a matter of economics, what could we produce quickly, efficiently, and cost consciously yet still wow and hopefully stand out. We finally decided on this awesome little flags and I couldn't be happier with the decision. We also used our handy dandy tools to cut out hangers and include a coupon code for all those who were at The Cream Event.
I am so happy with the final product and how it all turned out. We are still a growing business and we are learning so many things in the process, but at the heart of all this, we want to have fun. Fortunately, that is not hard for us.
So, if we were to sell these flags, would you buy them?
What would you use them for?