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Sunday, August 1, 2010

My Fair Wedding with David Tutera

Can I just say that my mom ROCKS!  She has this business up on Long Island that she started herself several years ago.  She does invitation, calligraphy, wedding/party favors, seating charts, menus, programs...essentially, everything that you would need printed up for a large party or wedding.

Well, about two months ago she was contacted by WEtv's "My Fair Wedding with David Tutera" about doing some work for one of their episodes!  How cool is that??  So she did a seating chart, programs and menus (I think) for an episode called "The Purple Princess Bride".  A couple of weeks after she sent them her stuff, they contacted her AGAIN about doing more work for them for their FINALE episode!  Again, way cool.  So she does her magic and "Voila!" off it goes.


Tonight at 10:00 pm on WEtv, the "Purple Princess Bride Episode" is going to air!  YEAH!!  Now, she (my mom) is not actually "in" the episode, her work will be showcased and her name and company (Printing with Panache) will be mentioned by David Tutera himself during the episode AND she will get free advertising on the show's website.  Since she doesn't get paid for the work she did for the episode's, it's the free advertising that can really lead to a big payoff.  After all, it is a really big coupe to be part of a nationally syndicated TV show and get a spot on their website!  Needless to say that I am hoping that her phone will be ringing off the hook come Monday morning.

So if you are just sitting around tonight around 10:00 with nothing to do, check your local listing for WEtv and "My Fair Wedding with David Tutera" and catch a look at my mom's awesome stuff!

4 comments:

A.Marie said...

How awesome!!! I love that show! I'm going to try and record it because I'll probably be in bed when it airs! :)

Lola said...

How cool is that? I wonder how they found her in the first place.

Roo said...

That is very cool! Congratulations to you Mom. Hope it brings many good things.

Leigh said...

That's great, it's always neat when stuff like that happens to family members!