Our judges whittled hundreds of entries down to a brilliant selection of finalists – and we then asked Mumsnetters, the blogging community and the public to vote for their favourites. Voting has now closed, but head to our voting page to see who the judges picked as the top three entrants in each category.
The inaugural Mumsnet Blogging Awards went to three bloggers. We looked for beautiful copy from the Best Writer, and the embrace of the brave new multimedia world from the Best Vlogger. We're also always impressed by your passion, so this was commended in our Best Campaigner award, too.
The votes have now been counted, but our cracking line-up of judges shortlisted the posts and presented the Awards. Bestselling author Lionel Shriver picked the best writer finalists, journo-turned-vlogger Bryony Gordon watched your vlogs, and Miriam González Durántez read your campaigning endeavours.
As well as the obligatory champagne, all three of our winners received a money-can’t-buy experience. The best writer will have lunch with a top publisher and a bestselling author and the best campaigner will receive a 1-2-1 from Save the Children's Director of Campaigns. The best vlogger won a tailor-made experience too.
Our winners were announced at Blogfest 2015, held in London on November 21. Now in its fourth year, Blogfest is a one-day celebration of all things blogging, packed full of inspiring speakers, practical workshops and skill-sharing opportunities. Check out last year's highlights – and we will see you in 2016!