When Margot McNaull, the founder and designer at Stor by Margot, asked me to collaborate on this styled shoot, it was an absolute YES from me. I love working with Margot since our design principals are the same: beauty is all in the details. Every single one of her jewelry pieces has gorgeous detail incorporated into each aspect of the ring, bangle, or earring she designs. Her love of ring side profiles speaks to my heart. When I use her ring designs as inspiration for my wedding invitations, it's always a flawless process.
When Cara and I were working together on this project, we were chatting about the kind of ring she would design for me. #Daydreamingatitsfinest During our conversation, she said to me "I would make your diamond setting with a low profile, since you work with your hands and with silks. You would avoid snagging anything on it". My mind was blown. This woman knows her stuff. The fact that she takes into account my lifestyle when designing a ring is everything.
Thanks to OnceWed for the feature, and of course to all of the talented vendors that really made the concept "An Evening at the Manor" come to life.
Credits: Photographer Charlotte Northrope Photography | Jewelry Stór by Margot Jewelry | Floral Pollen Nation Floral Studio | Décor Gloss Events & Décor | Gowns Willow & Sasha by Made with Love Bridal available at Revelle Bridal Boutique | Stationary & Ribbon LaFabère | Hairstyling & Hair Accessories Topknot | Makeup Artist Klava Zykova | Suit L’Hexagone Menswear | Models Stephanie Larocque & Mathew Bertrand
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