For Love and Wine: Margo & David in Suttons Bay, MI

Margo Joan Williams married David Anthony Millard on August 8th, 2015 in a country-meets-fancy celebration with 160 guests and sweet, intimate details from start to finish. The pastoral setting — Black Star Farms Winery — and a white birch ceremony arbor crafted by the groom's parents and brother created a beautifully dramatic backdrop for their "I dos." 

David planned a surprise scavenger hunt for Margo, instructing her to track down seven keys, one of which would open an antique box. Inside, she found a beautiful tanzanite and diamond necklace he had designed with Astrein Jewelers. The groom had kept it a secret and been saving it for years, for this very moment.

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Margo Joan Williams married David Anthony Millard on August 8th, 2015 in a country-meets-fancy celebration with 160 guests and sweet, intimate details from start to finish. The pastoral setting — Black Star Farms Winery — and a white birch ceremony arbor crafted by the groom's parents and brother created a beautifully dramatic backdrop for their "I dos." 

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The Cambridge, Massachusetts residents, had their hearts set on the Northwest Michigan area, and Black Star Farms Vineyard stood out amongst all the potential venues they scoped out. "They had so many locations throughout the property to choose from for various events, as well as an incredible chef, which was a hugely important aspect to us," Margo says.

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Margo was stunningly regal in her vintage-inspired sheath. "I tried on several dresses at BHLDN when my mom and sister/maid of honor visited me in Boston. This was the last one that I put on, and it was perfect!" she says.

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Christina at Field of Flowers Farm provided all of the awe-inspiring floral arrangements, including a lovely hand-tied bouquet of Black Baccara Roses that provided gorgeous contrast to the bride's dress. The bridesmaids' white and red floral bouquets were comprised of seasonal dahlias, Sweetheart Roses, hanging amaranthus and seeded eucalyptus.

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The groom looked dapper in his Burberry tailor-made suit as he waited at the top of the hill for his bride-to-be. A simple black Baccara Rosebud boutonniere with foliage added polish (the groomsmen, two fathers, and three ushers wore complementary yet varied bouts as well).

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The bridesmaids' wine-colored BHLDN dresses served as the jumping-off point for their color scheme inspiration. "Once we found their deep red dresses, we let it flow from there!" Margo says. Warm creams and vivid greens complemented their bold vision.

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A chalkboard sign added charm to the couple's refreshments station.

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The couple's adorable flower girl, Ava, makes her debut.

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