Most of us have been to our fair share of weddings. We know the routines of traditional vows, the “I do’s,” the dinner, and the dancing. While all weddings are fun and special, wanting yours to stand out is natural. After all, you have spent endless time and effort planning the biggest day of your life! You’ll never forget your big day, and you won’t want your guests to either. So, how do you plan a wedding that will be talked about for years? Our biggest piece of advice is to keep your wedding your own. Allow the personality of your relationship to shine through for the guests to see. Here are a few ways you can achieve this!
One of the most challenging questions to answer when wedding planning is: Where do I start? Ideally, this will be the only wedding you plan in your life. You don’t have practice with it, but you want it to be perfect. One way to start the process is to talk with your fiance about a wedding theme.
Congratulations!! You went from the girlfriend to the fiance. You got the ring and the man of your dreams, and the most exciting time of your life is underway! When the shock and awe of the proposal wear off and the planning begins, it’s important to know where to start so you don’t become overwhelmed. The first step on your to-do list should be nailing down your wedding venue. But how do you do that? Here are some important factors to consider when selecting and booking your wedding venue.
As your big day approaches, both excitement and stress will build. Your to-do list seems never-ending—every time you cross something off your list, it seems as though you add two more things to it. While this can be overwhelming, we promise everything will fall into place! It’s important to take a step back and enjoy this once-in-a-lifetime process. Take a break, and tackle something fun off of your to-do list: selecting your wedding day jewelry.
It’s here! The most exciting adventure of your life thus far has begun. He bought the ring, he got on a knee, you exclaimed, “Yes!” and the wedding planning has begun. As overwhelming as this time may be, you’re also in the midst of an incredible journey. You and the love of your life get to start a life together, and there is nothing that beats that feeling.
Ahhh!! Congratulations!! The man of your dreams has finally gotten down on that shaky knee to ask you the most important question you’ve ever been asked. Without hesitation, with a glowing smile, and maybe a tear in your eye, you said the easiest “Yes!” of your life. For months, your boyfriend has been saving and planning this moment, and now he’s your fiance. The next question that looms is: Now what? Where do we start? What in the world do we do next? Keep reading for tips on our fourteen next steps.
When shopping for an engagement ring, there are many choices. While some men will just walk in and choose a ring that looks good, there are many facets to an engagement ring that make it unique, beautiful, and functional. It’s essential to pick the right stone, the size and shape of the stone, and the band. Often overlooked, but arguably the most important is the setting of the ring.
Shopping for an engagement ring is a highly emotional experience. It’s overwhelming. It’s exciting. Not only is there the agonizing anticipation of popping the big question, but also the exhilaration a man feels with the idea of spending his life with the girl of his dreams. Shopping for the perfect ring can bring all of these emotions to the surface.
The winter holidays are a time of family, giving, and gratefulness. It’s a time to celebrate being together and relish in the warmth of being home, surrounded by those we love. In the midst of happiness and gift-giving, what better time to show the women in your life how much you love and appreciate them? There’s no better way than giving the gift of jewelry.
When we think of moms, it’s hard not to smile. Moms work hard and love their children harder. We’ll never find bigger fans, better nurses, more compassionate counselors, or stronger support systems than our mothers. Because of their selfless natures and serving attitudes, moms deserve to be spoiled a little extra this year. Even if they claim they don’t, moms love jewelry.