Style Shoot at the Swan House
We’re still swooning over these absolutely stunning images photographed by the brilliant Julie Paisley. The talent behind this editorial (listed below) created the most romantic visual narrative from the lace bridal gowns to the town car and glamorous architectural details of the location.
Photographed on the grounds of the Swan House in Atlanta, Georgia (designed by architect Philip T. Shutze and built in 1928), the mansion provides a glimpse into the alluring style of the late 1920s and provides the perfect backdrop for this vintage-inspired style shoot.
The gorgeous model above is wearing our Platinum Blue Sapphire and Diamond Ring, a beautiful estate piece that would make a stunning gemstone engagement ring. The 6.82 carat oval-shaped sapphire offers the most beautiful blend of cerulean and royal hues, accented by a floral form of diamonds on either side…for the woman with a classic yet bold aesthetic 💎
Below, our Edwardian Old Mine Cut Diamond Navette Ring is looking especially lovely against the model’s decorative tulle veil and delicately beaded gown. The navette-style mounting is said to have originated in the 18th century to emulate the form of a ship or even the mouth of a woman. The navette shape is a favorite of many because of its ability to gracefully elongate the finger of the wearer!
Host & Lead Photographer: @juliepaisley
Creative Direction & Styling: @rsvpeventdesigns
Bridal Gowns & Veil: @reemacra, @reemacrawedding
Floral Design: @colonialhouseofflowers
Hair & Makeup: @erinvryser
Paper Goods: @thevintageinkwell
Fine Jewelry: @waltonsjewelry
Bridal Shoes: @bellabelleshoes
Tabletop Rentals: @whitegloverentals
Custom Napkins: @theembroiderednapkincompany