What makes Say Yes content stand out? Every time our team sits down to brainstorms content ideas we think of what it would be like if you collected the most creative, stylish, thoughtful, superwomen you know together for dinner at a new hot spot in town. What do you talk about? What do you share? What do you learn? One friend talks about her ongoing struggle with postpartum depression, another talks about her plans for hosting Thanksgiving on her own, another shares a favorite must-have eyebrow pencil, and yet another clues you into a designer’s new line of gauzy dresses she’s thinking about for her wedding. You leave with a million notes on your phone and a head swimming with inspiration.
Say Yes is that in a nutshell: Our attempt to combine all of those brilliant ideas and tips into one site. Just like a night out with your coolest girlfriends.
Say Yes Team
Ashley is a good mixture of her Idaho roots and the California Bay Area life she currently lives. She loves to spend her time photographing, designing, scouring garage sales, dreaming up a good party, and snuggling with her two little girls. Ashley recently launched a new children’s magazine that highlights strong female role models called Bravery.
Gaby was born and raised mostly in Montreal, but has also lived in Vancouver and Singapore, which has given her perpetual wanderlust. She currently lives in Berkeley, raising two wild and wonderful little girls. Gaby studied fashion and sociology and has developed a compulsive need to sew and make. She melds her talent and family-life working on her company, Small Lot.
Marta was born and raised in Barcelona, where she studied tourism and spent siesta time sailing. Now she lives in Berkeley with her two daughters who love to spend time crafting, with clay and fabric being their favorite materials. In her free time Marta’s studying to get her boating license.
Originally from San Diego, Sarah has been living in San Francisco for almost twenty years. An esthetician by trade she is currently taking a break to study at (free!) City College. She loves gardening, Friday night movies with her kids and taking pictures.
Michelle is a mother of four young children and is passionate about travel, history and parenting. She spent 13 years living in San Francisco and Oakland, where she worked in marketing and architecture. Last year, her family left the Bay Area and moved cross-country to North Carolina, where Michelle is adapting to the new adventures of Southern suburban living.