December 26, 2016

We are now Sokk & Butlers

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For a good month now, we have a new face to the website. With that, we also changed our brand name to Sokk & Butlers.

Why, you ask? Well, I agree with anyone who says the imagery and artistry lies behind a person, not a brand name. I’d like to think we offer more than the images. Couples who turn to us often say afterwards – “we loved the whole experience!”. This is the best we can hope for. It’s an experience we’ve built together with me and Sigrid, thus… Sokk & Butlers.

Have a happy 2017!

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