I have made it through to the final round of the UK Blog Awards 2019!! and in TWO categories!
This means that I am one of the top 8 in both the wedding and the finance categories.
I will be going through to the final round of judging. For 2019 there are 27 categories. Each category has a blogger judge and an expert judge who will jointly decide using a scoring system on set criteria, who the winner and the highly commended will be for their category.
The blogger judge for the wedding category is Nicola of Hanami Dreams (the blogger judge and the person who came out as the winner for the wedding category at the #UKBA18 awards) and along with the expert judge will be reviewing all 8 finalist blogs in more depth across set criteria. Nicola and the expert judge will choose 1 blogger as the winner of the #UKBA19 in the wedding category and 1 blogger as highly commended.
I’m yet to find out who the blogger judge is for the finance category! The #UKBA19 organisers are keeping us in suspense. As soon as I find out I will update this post with the details of who the finance blogger judge is!
You can find the full list of all finalist for all 27 categories HERE.
Thank you so much to everyone who voted for my blog and to everyone who has supported me by following my blog and by engaging with my content. You all mean an awful lot to me and I am so happy that every single one of you exists. As a small, internet based way of thanking you I give you this GIF!
Today the public vote has gone live for the UK Blog Awards 2019, and much to my joy, I am one of the nominees up for the Individual Wedding Blog category!
The public vote will close on 21st December and the shortlisted finalists will be announced on 4th January 2019.
The UK Blog Awards is in their 6th year and was created to recognise and celebrate individual and business bloggers across various content categories.
Each person can vote for 1 blog in each category and as there are 27 categories, if you choose to vote for one blog per category you can make a total of 27 votes.
I started ‘Say “I do” on a budget’ 7 years ago, when I thought it might be nice to document my small budget wedding planning. Over the last 7 years I’ve made a number of changes to the blog, as it has grown and as I’ve developed my blogging knowledge and skills. I get such a buzz out of helping people see they can have their perfect wedding day within any budget. I have had the pleasure of featuring some wonderful, creative and inspiring real frugal weddings, as well as featuring fabulous wedding suppliers who work with couples on a budget.
Why vote for me?
- The Supplier Spotlight posts I publish help couples find suppliers who will work to their budget which can be really tricky in a market that is flooded with suppliers like the wedding biz is
- I feature real weddings to help provide real life inspiration to those still in the planning stage on how they can create their ideal wedding day within their budget. The real weddings featured are all people who have got married within 10 years of the feature being published and who have spent a total of 10k or less on their wedding.
- ‘Say “I do” on a budget is my much loved hobby, everything I do is for you, my readers. I’ve not monetised this blog in any way, the only thing I pay for is my domain name; I’ve occasionally considered looking into spending more money on making this blog more professional, but have decided against it, because, I am living life on a budget, and want to stay true to my message of frugality.
- Because, you love my blog and will be really happy for me to receive recognition for the content I’m creating?
To vote for me, click any of the links in this post or click the image below, then click the red heart.