TORONTO, April 25 /CNW/ - Remember the famous Christmas Food Court Flash
Mob that went viral with over 32 million views last year? It was
produced by Niagara Falls based Company Alphabet Photography Inc. (www.alphabetphotography.com). The company is at it again as they recently presented Prince Charles
with an Official Alphabet Photography "Will (heart) Kate" framed
At the Ideal Homeshow in London, England, the UK distributor of Alphabet Photography Inc. Michael Wise, presented Prince Charles with the custom frame for
Will & Kate. Prince Charles explained to Michael that he was very
impressed with the art work and thought the gift was "smashing".
A few days later, Wise received a letter from the Prince & Kate
themselves not only thanking them for the gift, but adding that they
felt it was the most personalized & unique gift they have seen.
"When Michael called me to tell me the news, I honestly thought he was
joking," said Jennifer Blakeley, Founder of Alphabet Photography Inc.
"We're so honoured and humbled that the Royal Couple now owns a piece
of Official Alphabet Photography. We can only hope that they pay a
visit to our hometown and honeymoon capital of the world, Niagara Falls
when they visit Canada," she added.
Headquartered in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada, Official Alphabet
Photography is the creative process of photographing images that
resemble letters of the English Alphabet, then arranging the
photographs together to create a name or word. Alphabet Photography
Inc. letter art includes photos from all across the globe, including:
New York City; Las Vegas; Chicago; Washington; Canada; Italy; United
Kingdom and Paris, to name a few
The Royal Couple's personalized frame isn't the first time Alphabet
Photography Inc. has been used as a wedding gift. The letter photo art
company has created over 50,000 personalized Official Alphabet
Photography wedding gift frames since its inception in 2006.
Alphabet Photography Inc. celebrity clients include names like Ryan
Seacrest, Nelly Furtado, Tyra Banks, Drew Barrymore and Adam Lambert,
to name a few. They can now add the Royal Couple to that star studded
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SOURCE Alphabet Photography
For further information:
visit Alphabet Photography Inc. on the web at: www.AlphabetPhotography.com