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Inspired Creations Contest #2: Glitter and Glam

If you’ve been reading for a while you probably remember the knock your socks off amazing inspiration of the first Inspired Creations Contest last spring. If you’re a new reader, let’s just say – you are in a for a treat because the second Inspired Creations Contest is officially on! Along with Elizabeth Anne Designs, The Sweetest Occasion is proud to host Inspired Creations Contest #2: Glitter + Glam. That’s right, this time we’re switching things up and asking wedding pros to incorporate a little glitz and glam when dreaming up their great ideas. Sparkle and sequins are all the rage for 2011 weddings and celebrations, but we want to see how talented event pros can make this trend their own in fresh and unique ways. Surely the result will be nothing short of brilliant.

For complete contest rules and requirements (and details on the sweet prize packages) visit the official Inspired Creations Contest page. Remember, wedding vendors of all experience levels are invited to participate! If you’re just launching your career or if you’re a seasoned pro, we encourage you to bust our your glitter and get brainstorming. We can’t wait to see what you dream up!

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