While we were in the planning stages for Cori's ring, Todd sent along this photograph of himself and Cori, as he wrote; "sharing love and life'.
Shortly after Todd's (oh-my-goodness, this-is-how-it's-done) proposal, we received this heart warming letter from his beloved Cori.
Dear David and Nicola. Good evening. My name is Cori. We haven't met previously but the two of you were a part of a moment that changed my life. I am typing now with a beautiful ring on my finger and my new fiance sitting by my side.
As I cried tears of joy, wrapped in his arms, I noticed a man with a tripod trudging toward us. Todd had arranged for Mark Hirsch, the author and photographer of that book to come capture our moments! Not only that, but Todd had received permission from the landowners for the two of us to camp there underneath the branches of that amazing tree.
|Cori's Red Cedar Ring with Birch interior liner and a braided Birch Bark inlay|
The ring is such an important and stunning part of making it perfect. I love it! I absolutely love it. It is truly the most beautiful thing I have ever seen and it means more to me than anyone (except maybe Todd) could possibly know.
The work Todd and the two of you put into making this symbol on my finger is humbling. I can't thank you enough. The ring you crafted will be on my finger for the rest of my life and I am thrilled, proud and humbled to wear it.
David and I wish you and Todd a lifetime of Pocket Moment treasures. Thank you both so much for coming into our lives and for sharing with us the immense love you have with each other. XO