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Social media coach and wedding expert to host Instagram workshop for vendors

JoAnne Klimovich Harrop
| Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2018, 4:15 p.m.
Point Breeze blogger, stylist and social media coach Tori Mistick (pictured) is teaming with Regent Square resident Victoria Deardorff, who owns Burgh Brides, an online publication dedicated to Pittsburgh weddings, for a workshop called #engaged that will help wedding professionals up their Instagram game.
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Point Breeze blogger, stylist and social media coach Tori Mistick (pictured) is teaming with Regent Square resident Victoria Deardorff, who owns Burgh Brides, an online publication dedicated to Pittsburgh weddings, for a workshop called #engaged that will help wedding professionals up their Instagram game.
Point Breeze blogger, stylist and social media coach Tori Mistick is teaming with Regent Square resident Victoria Deardorff (pictured), who owns Burgh Brides, an online publication dedicated to Pittsburgh weddings, for a workshop called #engaged that will help wedding professionals up their Instagram game.
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Point Breeze blogger, stylist and social media coach Tori Mistick is teaming with Regent Square resident Victoria Deardorff (pictured), who owns Burgh Brides, an online publication dedicated to Pittsburgh weddings, for a workshop called #engaged that will help wedding professionals up their Instagram game.

Point Breeze blogger, stylist and social media coach Tori Mistick is teaming with Regent Square resident Victoria Deardorff, who owns Burgh Brides, an online publication dedicated to Pittsburgh weddings, for a workshop called #engaged that will help wedding professionals up their Instagram game.

"I work with dozens of local wedding professionals," says Deardorff. "I realized that not many of them really understand social media strategy and how engaged couples are planning their weddings using social media tools, particularly Instagram. My wedding industry expertise coupled with Tori's Instagram know-how seemed like the perfect fit as I try to help local wedding vendors with their digital strategies and practices. "

The session will help vendors understand how engaged couples are using this form of social media to plan their wedding. The event is from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Feb. 1 at Luna Boutique, 616 Beaver St., Sewickley.

Space is limited.

Tickets are $35.

Details: 412-741-3003 or eventbrite.com

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