Every year BritMums celebrates our Brilliance in Blogging Awards ? the BiBs ? with a sparkling evening that salutes the best in blogging and social media. And every year as part of the celebration we organise the BiBs party, an opportunity before the prize-giving for drinking, mingling and, this year, seeing London at its best, from a boat on the Thames.
The #BiBs2017 the official party is hosted by City Cruises on its MV Millennium Diamond, the impressive flagship vessel of London?s number 1 sightseeing cruise on the Thames!
What the party will be like
You?ll board and soon have a welcome glass of bubbles in hand. As we start our cruise, there will be complimentary wine, beer, soft drinks and a few nibbles. The BiBs ceremony will take place onboard, as we?re carried along the lit-up view of London from the water.
About the cruise
The MV Millennium Diamond has the feel of a cruise liner with floor-to-ceiling panoramic windows and a bar spanning the entire length of the aft of the saloon. Views can also be enjoyed from the large open upper deck. We?ll board at the London Eye, head east down the Thames and return to our original departure point, making your onward journey easy. Note: The upper deck is fully accessible by lift.
Who can come
BiBs Finalists along with all #BML17 attendees are invited to attend.
How to ensure you don?t miss out on the floating party with all your friends? Nominate your blog for the BiB Awards so you?re in the running to be a Finalist and then maybe a Winner!
And get your #BML17 ticket to enjoy the conference, the party and the BiBs. Buy your ticket now!
About Jennifer Howze
Jennifer Howze is the Creative Director and co-founder of BritMums. She blogs about family travel at Jenography.net, tweets at @JHowze and Instagrams at @JHowze. Previously, she wrote the Alpha Mummy blog at The Times and as a journalist has contributed to The Times, The Guardian, The Independent, The Wall Street Journal, Travel & Leisure, Budget Travel, CNN.com, Allure, SELF and Premiere, among others. She won The Maggie Award from the Planned Parenthood Federation of America for a health article in Seventeen magazine.