Nicholas Abbey plantation," a rep for the newlyweds told the mag.
Gabe Saporta talks about the girl of his dreams in the Cobra Starship hit “You Make Me Feel,” and now he officially has only one woman to sing it to – his new bride, designer Erin Fetherston.
Along with a beautiful maternity portrait, Fetherston shared her pregnancy story and explained why the couple chose to be private about their baby news.
“I’m thrilled to report that I gave birth to a healthy, beautiful baby boy at the beginning of March this year,” she wrote.
My sleepy-eyed bride quickly realized the only monkey that morning was me … The two have been dating since 2010 and have been discussing marriage for quite some time—Fetherston was even involved in designing the engagement ring—but Saporta still kept her guessing about the proposal. "On Christmas Eve, I gave her a nicely wrapped ring-box that did not contain her engagement ring.
It contained a sick amethyst cocktail ring instead.” When Saporta finally busted out the ring—a vintagey emerald-cut stone designed by Lorraine Schwartz—Fetherston was already visualizing her dress.
“I used them to write out my proposal on our patio and then I woke Erin up in a frenzy to come see a ‘monkey’ that had appeared in our backyard.
Gabe Saporta, formerly of Cobra Starship, and his wife, designer Erin Fetherston, welcomed a newborn child about three months ago, but the couple decided to keep the birth a secret until now.
’ ” Unsurprisingly, designer Fetherston played a role in the look of her Lorraine Schwartz engagement ring, an emerald-cut stone set in a pavé basket on a pavé band.
“The platinum was oxidized to give the ring a vintage feeling,” Fetherson said.
"Many were unaware of this fact because my husband and I made a conscious decision to keep the pregnancy private for a few reasons.
To us, pregnancy felt like a naturally concealed process." Read the rest of Fetherston's announcement here.