Connecting Brides and Wedding Professionals through Social Tools and Bridal Events!
In This Issue
eBook for Members
Meet the Board
Save the Date in May
OC Brides eBook
Hey Members ...
OC Brides is publishing an ebook written by it's members.
Are you interested in participating?
This eBook will be distributed to members
to give to their brides. Brides will LOVE the tips our members offer
them in their wedding planning journey and they will love YOU for
gifting them this eBook.
This is a great way to build your contact list. Offer them the free eBook when joining your mailing list!
Contact Cindy@ocbrides.com for more info!
Meet the Advisors
Cindy Lieber -- Founder
Welcome to our April
new and renewal Members (so far) ....
Flowery of Irvine
Origami Owl -- Jennifer McCoy
Stella and Dot
Jacob Austell Photogrpahy
Taylor Made Events
Mi California Pollos
April 24 -- Skylinks Golf Course
May 22 -- OC Plaza Irvine
June 19 -- Diamond Bar Golf Course
Diamond Bar Center -- Summer
in the midst of planning many special events for 2013. If you are a
venue or know of a venue that would like to host a Bridal Networking
Event, please contact me!
OC Brides Bridal Networking Event 4-24-13
SkyLinks Golf Course Long Beach
Event Sponsors include:
Skylinks Golf Course
Amazing Cake Creations
Woody Woods Photography
Memory Lane Videography
Viral Booth LA Photobooths
Elegant Wind Waves
Memory Lane Events LLC
White Feathers Events
Diana & Company Jewelry Designs
Premier Bridal Shows
St. Patrick's Travel
Red Carpet Makeovers
Prepaid PRICING ENDS 12pm 4-24
$20 at the door
Save the Date:
Crevier Classic Cars 5-22-13
We love finding hidden gems, new and
unusual venues for our wedding professionals to check out! This site
offers unique classic cars in the midst of your special event!
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