We were so proud to have produced custom bow ties for a wedding that was featured in the current issue of Martha Stewart Weddings.
Before making ties for this wedding, I was only slightly familiar with liberty of London prints. The bride had chosen a beautiful floral print for us to make their bow ties and we knew this wasn't your typical printed fabric.
Truth is, I've gravitated away from prints in our bow ties, finding printed fabrics to be less interesting than the ones that have a natural pattern in the weave. I'm now learning to balance the two. Throwing in the occasional print that is really great on a bow tie can be a good thing.
So I have very high standards when it comes to selling prints, but Liberty of London's fabrics certainly fit the bill. Our current Liberty of London bow tie is the Cameron. These don't last long, so if you like it, I recommend you don't waste time. I will say though that we hope to continue to offer new Liberty prints as we sell through them.
Are you looking custom bow ties for a wedding? Take a cue from the bride in Martha Stewart Weddings and pick out your favorite Liberty of London fabric and have The Cordial Churchman produce your bow ties.
I thought I’d share with you this interview. It’s ironic that they removed the questions from the published interview format, because now it looks like I’m just providing answers to no questions at all! But I assure you, they supplied questions, and I answered them in their order. Ha.
They asked me about The Cordial Churchman, about what I wear, about how I got interested in clothing, about what it’s like to have a small business, about where I’ve been educationally and vocationally, and about what really gets me going.
I hope you enjoy. Read here.