New site shares love stories and advice on being in love
By Anne Chertoff
Tiffany & Co. recently launched What Makes Love True, a new website and iPhone app dedicated to true love—finding it, keeping it and sharing it.
Filmmaker Ed Burns created Will You Marry Me?, a short film (embedded below) where couples share the stories of how they met and got engaged, When Harry Met Sally style. In addition to the film, which really is adorable, there is a “Love Stories” section with images and tales from additional couples.
With Tiffany & Co. based in New York City the site focuses on where to go in the Big Apple for romantic dates including where to enjoy a magnificent meal and the best spots for cocktails and canoodling (their words, not mine).
Sticking with the Tiffany ♥s New York theme, there is a listing of recommended set in New York City films, including Sabrina, Enchanted and of course Breakfast at Tiffany’s, all which can be downloaded on iTunes.
Users can “share the place where your heart beats faster” by placing a heart on a Google map and leaving a note on why that location is important to you. There’s also a guide with “Tiffany Tips” listing cute advice on falling in love.
You can download (via iTunes) a Tiffany recommended playlist with songs that are perfect at pre-wedding parties or your wedding’s cocktail hour and reception. Throughout the year new songs exclusive to the site will be added. The first is Josh Radin’s rendition of “You’re the First, the Last, My Everything.”
You can watch the Ed Burns’ short film, Will You Marry Me? below:
Anne Chertoff is the author of The Wedding Organizer available at russellandhazel.com.
Photo and video: Courtesy Tiffany & Co.
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