Aight, aight…. This is a story all about my time spent enjoying brunch at Jelly Cafe in the Cap Hill neighborhood! The Spectacular Max and I rolled up together to meet our grand ol’ pal Huey who just so happens to run the company and thus the blog I am writing for. We three haven't been together for a good minute (I think we were watching football) so the 45 minute wait was passed with a Lebron amount of catching up to do.
Thus far into our wedding feature posts, we've mostly talked about how we find our couples through local markets. However, in February of 2015, Chris and I were fortunate enough to be named two of the 10 Craftspeople to Know in Denver in 5280 Magazine, a local publication with a pretty large following. This did wonders for our small business and is something we attribute a large portion of our success too. Our support grew and several people reached out for products, custom orders, and wedding outfitting. Mary Beth and Lauren were two of the people that reached out to us first.
You overdid it. It happens to everyone; maybe you had too many pieces of cake, or it could have been that signature move you throw in during the Cupid Shuffle. Or maybe you’re just unlucky and your button-up shirt hates weddings. Whatever caused it, you now find yourself in the bathroom holding a button that is no longer attached to your clothing. Luckily you remember reading a blog post on himclothing.com that taught you how to reattach it. You’re welcome.