This Would Be A Great Commercial For McKinney Weddings

I cry at commercials.  Routinely.

In fact, it’s something of a sport in my house.  I try to stifle my sniffles and my husband smirks, trying to catch me at it.  It’s not hard.  It doesn’t take a lot to set me off.

When Elizabeth Allen of Copper Penny Films sent me a link to one of her recent wedding videographies, I should have been prepared.  But I wasn’t.  In fact, it took me a couple of weeks before I even got around to watching the video.

And then I did. Wow.  It’s just too good to just post a link to it on the Weddings page. I had to share it through a post too. It’s got some great shots of the Cotton Mill but there’s so much more.  It really captures something about McKinney. Something I can’t quite put my finger on, but … just, wow!

Here’s my thought.  Wouldn’t the first minute make a great commercial for the McKinney wedding scene?  I don’t know what would be involved or if Copper Penny Films or the happy couple would even be amenable, but I just wanted to throw the thought out into the cosmos and see if anyone agrees.

So, without further ado …

If nothing else, congratulations to Apryl and Erwin.  You guys have got a great wedding video and, I hope, many, many blissful years to come.

By way of disclosure, I don’t know Elizabeth Allen, or anyone at Copper Penny, and this post is going to be a complete surprise to her.  (If I have met you, Elizabeth, please forgive me for forgetting but, if you’ve met me, you know that I’m somewhat of a ditz).

Until next time,

Happy Shopping!

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