August 6, 2010

Martha Stewart Blogger Event in NYC

Who could turn down a party invitation from Martha Stewart?  Last night, I headed to the top of the MSLO offices (an indoor rooftop space with panoramic views of the city) for colorful beverages (one made with a blender powered by a bike!), fun hors d'oeuvres, and dainty desserts (including smores!)  Enjoy these photos from the event!

15 comments:

  1. Wowzie Wowzie Whoo Whoo... Those are some very impressive photos. So, what do you owe the honor to???

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  2. Gorgeous!!! Wish I could have been there! Thanks for taking us along for the ride...

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  3. WOW, great photos. Looks like it was a blast. Thanks for sharing.

    Mason
    Thoughts in Progress

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  4. Thanks Mardi! Wish you were here for it!

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  5. Hi Dave! The party was part of a #marthablogger event (coincided with Blogher'10) so there were tons of people there!

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  6. It looks lovely!
    What did you think of the event overall? I heard some negative feedback that it wasn't really about engaging bloggers, instead just showing off Martha brand.

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  7. christinefreshlocalandbestAugust 6, 2010 at 1:13 PM

    I wish I could have gone to this event! It looks like so much fun!

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  8. A Canadian FoodieAugust 7, 2010 at 5:19 AM

    The photos are amazing. Tell us about the event!! I am dying to know more!
    I apologize for not keeping up with my readings. We left for Paris mid July and are currently in Belgrade. We'll be home sometime next week - and I cannot wait to be home. I love to get away, but going home is just as exciting. And this time, In have had so many fascinating culinary experiences, that I cannot wait to practice in my kitchen at home!
    :)
    Valerie

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  9. I happen to have gone to this event and although you edited these pictures beautifully, I found the party overall lacked the "Martha Wow" factor that I was expecting.

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  10. I was lucky to get there early and made some new contacts, but yes, the party ended up getting incredibly crowded and later became difficult to meet people. I'm still glad I went though.

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  11. Missed you as always, but we'll get together soon. We still need to dine at Locanda Verde!

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  12. Miss you Valerie!! The event itself was a crowded party with free drinks, appetizers, and swag bags. All of the Martha-family products were around to check out. I can't wait to see/hear all about your foodie travels - it sounds like you're having a great time!

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  13. I was glad I was able to meet some new people at the party, but I agree that it wasn't as elaborate as say, Martha inviting us over to her place for dinner. Now, that would have been a Wow experience!

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  14. I love the blue dress/lacy apron/flower combo. I wish I looked so stylish in the kitchen.

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  15. I loved it too. Did you notice that she was cycling to make drinks in the blender? Fun, huh?

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