We’re Jenna and Amanda – two marketing experts here to help reduce your marketing overwhelm and grow your wedding or pregnancy business.
Why? After getting married and having babies (within a week of each other!) in the last three years, we’ve been surprised by how difficult it can be to find relevant, trustworthy information on wedding and pregnancy services and products online. Like many millennial brides and mums-to-be, we found ourselves overwhelmed with where to start and how to plan two of life’s most exciting milestones.
We founded Love, Bump & Co. to help you harness the incredible potential that strategic digital marketing can have on engaging dynamically with your audience, expanding your reach and growing your business.
Ready for your love or bump business to flourish? We’d love to help! Read about our marketing services here.
First comes love, then comes marriage…
After almost 10 years with her German partner, Jenna tied the knot on the Gold Coast, Australia in October 2014. Being based in Sydney at the time meant the big day was largely researched and planned online.
Amanda, a native Californian, fell for the charming Aussie accent of her husband Alex in Paris, France in 2011. The two got married in California in January 2015 after planning their entire wedding online from their home in Brisbane, Australia.
The two of us met in marketing roles at work. One day over coffee, Jenna, who was looking ashen and miserable, confided in Amanda she was suffering from morning sickness. Rather than the congratulations she was expecting, Amanda replied, ‘Me too!’ From there, Love, Bump & Co. was born (pun intended).
… then comes a baby in a carriage
Jenna and Jens welcomed their baby Charlotte in September 2016. Charlie, as she is lovingly nicknamed, is forever wide-eyed and showing great interest in everything around her – day time sleeping is her least favourite activity!
Amanda and Alex had a baby girl, Anya in September 2016. So far, Anya is a spunky ball of energy who loves cuddles, playing airplane and, if it was up to her, would do a little less tummy time.