A Note on Sponsorship Disclosure

Hello! I’m popping in here quickly to point out a change in the way we disclose sponsorships. For almost a year now, we’ve provided a fairly heavy-handed approach to disclosing sponsorships at the top and bottom of our blog posts. We’ve gotten feedback from readers that while they appreciate our transparency, it would be nice to get to the meat of the blog post quickly. Going forward, we will clearly disclose sponsorship in a short sentence at the beginning of each post (bold, all caps) and include our longer disclosure statement at the bottom of each post.

We are so thankful to be able to work with great web developers, photographers, stylists, and project managers and without their support, it wouldn’t be possible for me to continue to evolve Wit & Delight. After all, you are only as good as the people around you. Thank you for reading, thank you for your feedback, and thank you for supporting us every time you stop by.

Kate & Team W&D

Image by Wing Ta for Domino Magazine

  • I’ve really appreciated your transparency with sponsorships. The content always feels fresh, original and well connected to the brand you’ve established. Thanks for your commitment to integrity.

  • Thank you so much for sharing the news on how you’ll be updating your sponsored posts. We’ve always enjoyed your posts and they have always felt genuine. I’m sure many people wonder, how do you get the bigger name sponsors? Are you applying to do they contact you? Is there an agency?
    Inquiring minds want to know…

    • Hi Kytka,

      99% of the time they reach out to us, either directly or through their marketing or PR agency. We decide if it’s a good fit and pitch a concept to them for review. Around 80% of all the pitches we recieve are not a natural fit for our audience. In the end it’s a collaborative process and we do all the ideation and creative development ourselves. Hope that clarifies things and thank you for your support!