Favorite Vintage Ring Boxes

Favorite Vintage Ring Boxes

Favorite Vintage Ring Boxes

As a lot of you guys who follow me on Instagram know (@birdsofafeatherevents), I have a complete obsession with vintage ring boxes and my collection is a bit out of control – especially considering the fact that I only do 8-10 weddings each year and about 5 editorial shoots.  Some may argue that I have more vintage ring boxes than I will ever use or need.  To those people I say, “SO!?”  Below are some highlights of ring shots from this year’s weddings and editorial shoots.  I have a few more coming down the pipe from some workshops I designed/styled the last couple of weeks and I’ll add those as soon as we get the film back.  Comment and let me know which one is your favorite!

 

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Gorgeous turquoise and black box styled with flowers from Sprout Floral Design shot by Apryl Ann Photography

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Brides rings styled in a light green box with dark ivory interior, and grooms ring styled in a really unique brown box.

I’ve been on the hunt for another ring box in this style for years, but have not been able to find one.

Shot by Charla Storey Photography

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Stunning ring by Trumpet and Horn styled in a plum ring box with a dark ivory interior from a shoot we did

in NYC.  Charla Storey Photography usually shoots light and airy, but we were losing sunlight and she had to

push her film.  I’m not complaining about the result, loving the dark and moody feel.

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A simple wedding band from an elopement we did styled in this once gold ring box that has taken on a brass

tone with age.  I love the simple composition of this shot by  Charla Storey Photography

vintage ring boxes

I think this is my all time favorite ring box.  I just love the octagonal shape of it and the fact that is in near

pristine condition.  The cute little pink button closure doesn’t hurt either.  Shot by Charla Storey Photography

for Magnolia Rouge Magazine.

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Cassie’s beyond beautiful engagement ring styled in a burgundy velvet box from her November wedding shot by Apryl Ann Photography

vintage engagement ring

Ok, so this technically is not a ring box, but I couldn’t not share this stunner!  This antique pearl ring actually belonged to my great aunt and was

passed down to me.  We decided to style it a bit unconventionally for the editorial featured on Magnolia Rouge.  Photographed by NBarrett Photography

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Bille’s stunner styled in a blue shallow bottomed faux leather box with tan interior shot by Charla Storey Photography

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Diana’s engagement ring shot by Apryl Ann Photography on her wedding day.  I love this rich jewel toned

purple box as it fit in with our overall color story perfectly!

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Kenzie’s engagement ring shot in this unique, two toned green and gold box at her garden wedding

shot by Apryl Ann Photography

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Another box that is in mint condition!  Also, I think I have a thing for blue, lol!  Jen’s ring

shot by Charla Storey Photography styled on a beautiful linen from La Tavola

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Another uniquely shaped box, this is one of the first boxes I ever purchased.  Shot by Charla Storey Photography

for an editorial for Style Me Pretty.

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The teeniest tiniest box I own encasing this Megan Thorne ring effortlessly.  Shot by Charla Storey Photography

for an editorial for My Wedding Magazine.

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Charla’s gorgeous custom pear shaped diamond ring from her spring wedding shot by Apryl Ann Photography

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I usually do not like to use my boxes more than once, but for this gal I made an exception.

Shot by Charla Storey Photography on a custom drawing of Gina and Ryan’s wedding chapel

vintage engagement ring

Yup, I definitely have a thing for blue.  Apryl Ann Photography

Charla Storey Photography

 

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