A Look Back on Virtual Bloom 2020


It’s a yearly tradition to celebrate new and expecting moms at our Bloom event. This year, we traded in the usual in-person event for a just-as-lovely virtual event. 

So many moms missed out on baby showers and milestones and first birthday celebrations thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. But that isn’t going to stop us! There is still so much to celebrate, and celebrate we did!

Bloom 2020 squareVirtual Bloom 2020 :: An Event for New & Expecting Moms was an event for expectant moms and moms who are parenting children two years and under, as well as foster and adoptive moms, too! On April 5, 2020, the Fort Worth Moms team presented a virtual event via our Facebook platform. For THREE WONDERFUL HOURS that afternoon, nearly 600 virtual attendees focused on helpful products, educational information, relevant discussions, local resources, and giveaways.

For the Fort Worth Moms team, Virtual Bloom was the online event we never knew we really needed. To connect with readers all across North Texas and beyond was so fun, so exciting, and so encouraging. Honestly, we felt humbled that so many joined us in this celebration. We are blown away by all the comments, encouragement, and positivity from everyone who participated.

Although the even is officially over, you can still experience the event by scrolling through the discussions, videos, and more. Keep it going! You can also check out all the event sponsors and products we love below. 

Workshop Presenters

Featured Vendors

Bloom 2020 swag bagSwag Bag Partners


You can see for yourself all the details of Virtual Bloom and just how FUN it was! Visit our Facebook event page now to comment, watch, and visit with everyone who participated. And be sure you make plans to join us again next year!

Did you attend Virtual Bloom? If yes, then we would love to hear your feedback in the comments below.

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After graduating from Texas Tech University with a degree in hospitality, she moved to the Washington, D.C. area. She made her way back to Texas where she met her husband, Brian, and moved to Hurst. They have two precious, strong-willed girls, Audrey (age six) and Amelia (age four). Mary's background includes restaurant and hotel management, catering sales, as well as event planning. Currently, she is a preschool teacher at Sprouts Preschool, a member of the MOPS Steering Committee at First Hurst and has recently taken on the role as Vice President of Hospitality for the PTA. In her free time, Mary loves to take her girls to all the fun activities Tarrant County has to offer, visit her favorite Tex-Mex restaurants, throw a party whenever possible and meet new friends along the way!


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