For those of you that know me, know that I love bowties. It is a must have for my wedding outfits, whether it is a black one with white stripes or my personal favorite, blue with white polka-dots. So when I found out today was National Bowtie Day, I had to celebrate!
Over the years I have found that they are much easier and more convenient than a regular tie (once you know how to tie them). You never have to worry about length while tying, or if it will slop down in your food during dinner. Plus at the end of the night you get to untie it and look like James Bond. It is rare that I go to a wedding and not receive a compliment on my bowtie.
Unfortunately many guys out there don't know how to tie them. Countless times, I've had to help the bridal party or even guests with their's on the wedding day. Finally I have created a tutorial on how to properly tie a bowtie.
Hope this helps!
DISCLAIMER: I would suggest practicing this a few times before the wedding day to make sure you know how to do it really well.
Sometimes you just have a vision in your head that needs to be made. For a while now, I have had this film playing in my mind and finally had the opportunity to create it. I think it helped me to define the ideas and reasons that Light and Memory Films exists.
It's our mission to not just to capture your important memories, the ones that stick in your mind for the rest of your life, but to really encapsulate them with all of their real emotion in a beautiful way.
The film ends with a question, "How will you choose to capture them?". Now days everyone can capture any moment with their phones, the internet is proof of that, but we know that these moments are truly more beautiful than what those low quality shaky cameras capture. We hope that you have a film that reflects how perfect the important memories are to you!
The story we show is of a young boy basking in the love of his parents and growing in to the same type of love with his bride!
Check out the film we created below as well as some of the stills and details from the shoot:
A special thanks to the people that made this happen:
Assistant Director/Producer/Actress: Virginie Esposito
Bouquet Designer/Producer/Actress: Amanda Whited
Actor/Producer: Matt Whited
Actor: Cliff Moore