The cutest. ❤
We are excited to be in our first wedding shows in Newfoundland next year! So far we are booked for the The Ultimate Bridal Show (in St. John’s Feb 15th), as well as The Devotion Wedding Show (in Mount Pearl March 8th). We will be promoting our wedding videography by playing some of our favourite videos in our own booth so if you attending the event, pop by and say hello!
Wedding shows are great for anyone that is planning on getting married in the near future. It’s the perfect way to see the different products and services wedding vendors offer in your area. Typically you will see photographers, videographers, bridal boutique owners, decorators, florists, events planners, venue representatives AND our personal favourites.. cake decorators with samples of their different flavours!! These events are super fun to bring along your mother, sister and MOH to shop around for your wedding. If you are getting married soon, we recommend coming to one of these shows in Newfoundland and see what vendors in your area have to offer you for your special day.
Well here it is the finished product! I had the opportunity to do Melissa and Blair Pelley’s wedding video and I had a great time doing so! We even got to visit some beautiful horses that work for the RCMP, although they were trying pretty hard to eat the bouquets haha
I’m really happy with the result, it’s not hard to do a good video when you’re working with a couple as in love as these two. 🙂
Well here is the final product! Thanks to Kimberly Jose Yapp, Tin Bird Productions has its very own logo! I’m so happy with the results. In case you may be wondering about the name and logo of Tin Bird Productions, it comes from my grandfather. He used to have little wind up toys and would sometimes carry them around in his pocket. A little tin bird was my favourite so when it came to picking out a name, it was the one that stuck out to me. I had other ideas that didn’t make the cut but I might write about them for another blog! One interesting fact about the logo is that the key on the back of the bird is actually 3 apertures, which are essentially mechanisms inside cameras that control the amount of light. This was something Kimberly came up with and I loved the idea. To see more of Kim’s work, visit her webpage and Facebook page here:
She is a graphic artist you will want to keep your eyes on as she is working on some really interesting projects and this is only the beginning of her career.