Greetings! And welcome to the new Girl Meets Party site! We are so thrilled you’re here!! We changed our name and definitely want to share a bit more about why.
We’re more then just one person
We’re three people strong behind the scenes of our site and The Millennial Martha cued one person. It felt misleading and inauthentic to us. Plus, we’re so excited to share that we’re growing and adding contributors this year! We have several amazing women that will be joining our team and can’t wait to share more information about them over the next week or so.
Our Founder’s name isn’t Martha
Tricky, right? It’s actually Jen Naye Herrmann and you can read about her on Our Story. After nearly a year, we’re over the struggle we see on people’s faces when we try to explain who we are or, even worse, when one of us just pretends to be ‘Martha’ because it’s easier. Girl Meets Party is a collective and we fit that well.
People struggle to spell Millennial
This one is a bummer to share, but it’s 100% true. Many people spell millennial with one ‘l’ or one ‘n.’ While we wish it weren’t true, if we’re going to keep growing, we have to have a name that’s easy to spell so people can easily share it when they’re inspired.
We’ve outgrown The Millennial Martha
We have BIG plans for Girl Meets Party this year, which includes adding some exciting services and shopping abilities. Plain and simple, The Millennial Martha didn’t feel big enough. To us, it didn’t have the legs to grow in the ways we want to expand. We can’t share all the details right now, but we’re super pumped to share them in the near future.
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Affectionately known to her friends as Millennial Martha for her love of DIY and decorating, Jen can’t help but pour her heart + soul into everything she touches. She’s loved to entertain since acquiring a table and chairs, and giving gifts is one of her favorite hobbies. Jen is the creator of Girl Meets Party. Her dream is to share her passions with the world in hopes to inspire others by making the seemingly unattainable attainable.