FOX TALES: Anchor & Veil Photography

Posted by Chelsea Moore on

We're kicking off this week with the first of our new series called FOX TALES! This will be a series focused on the story behind each special BOXFOX that our amazing customers and bridal + corporate clients send.

Our inspiration? You! We started BOXFOX to keep friends close, but what we never imagined were all the reasons people send our gifts--whether it's a childhood friend's wedding, a birthday that calls for a big celebration, or a college roommate landing her dream job. We wanted to share these beautiful stories. 

Now for our first-ever FOX TALE.

Our incredible clients, Devin and Kathryn Robinson of Anchor and Veil Photography in North Carolina wanted to give their brides and grooms a special surprise that felt personal, yet practical, and reflected the company's unique vision for wedding photography.

That vision? A dedication to telling each couple's story in the most beautiful, honest way possible--so they can experience it again and again through their lovely photos. The crazy part is, Devin and Kathryn have learned by doing: they don't have any formal training in photography but you'd never know it judging by their exquisite snaps. And, they're dedicated to their couples long after the wedding is over--that's where they asked BOXFOX for help on sending some special gifts. 

The box that we helped Devin and Kathryn create had several components, each of which was carefully curated to create the perfect present:

  • A custom engraved flask with each couple's wedding date, the perfect reminder to celebrate the relationship 
  • Kate Spade trinket tray for storing rings in style 
  • A Voluspa candle to warm the home 
  • The Social Type's AHOY matches, because what's a more perfect nautical nod?
Anchor and Veil has some lucky clients with these beautiful boxes coming their way! For more info on them, visit their website here

*we took this photo from their instagram, but we've become total instagram stalkers of each other, so we don't think they'll mind.  

 

 

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