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  1. Stunning Sapphires as Engagement Rings

    Stunning Sapphires as Engagement Rings
    The first day of Autumn has come and gone, and as the seasons shift from summer to fall, you may find your mind shifting, too. Maybe you’re thinking about making a change in your life, about opening another chapter in your life’s story. A proposal is a huge moment in anyone’s life, and the perfect ring only makes that big moment that much more special.   Diamonds may be the traditional choice for an engagement ring, but sapphires are beginning to become a popular and relevant choice as well.  Sapphires are a naturally durable stone, making this a wonderful stone for daily jewelry wear. Resistant to scratching and chipping, a sapphire is perfect for an active individual who values beautiful jewelry and insists on having the best of both worlds. ...
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  2. Your Custom Engagement Ring Awaits with Fana

    Your Custom Engagement Ring Awaits with Fana
    If you’re thinking about getting engaged, we’ve got your back. Introducing the latest addition to the Day’s Jewelers bridal collection: Fana. These delicate jewels are the perfect starting point for that custom ring you’ve always dreamed of, creating a gorgeous first chapter of your love story.  ...
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    This entry was posted in: wedding band tips , wedding bands , engagement rings , diamond engagement ring , wedding , diamond , information about , wedding traditions , designer jewelry
  3. Set Your Heart on a Salt and Pepper Diamond

    Diamonds have become a staple of the engagement process since their launch in 1477! Since Archduke Maximillian of Austria commissioned what is now considered the first diamond engagement ring way back in 1477, the gesture became trendy, evolving even further with the De Beers A Diamond is Forever campaign that launched in 1947. ...
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    This entry was posted in: engagement rings , diamond engagement ring , wedding planning , gemstones , diamond , wedding traditions , salt and pepper diamonds
  4. Wedding Food Advice

    Hi everyone, I have been so excited to write today's blog. I will be sharing with you one of my very favorite parts about planning our weddingcan you guess what it is? If you guessed FOOD, you're right! After traveling to the Marshall Islands to teach English as a second language, I came back to the states with a keen interest in healthy, nutritious, and delicious food. I changed up my eating habits and started studying nutrition as a hobby; a hobby that Todd and I enjoy together. We knew that we wanted our wedding to reflect our taste in food and made it a mission to find the perfect caterer. Once again, thanks to the internet we were able to pinpoint some of Maine's most popular local foods caterers. Maine is such an amazing place to get married, especially ...
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  5. Wedding Party Attire

    Hello lovelies, In my last blog, I talked about the experience of wedding dress shopping and picking out your perfect gown. I wanted to continue on the subject of clothing because I did not even begin to talk about everyone else's attires. I've come to figure out that choosing my dress was the easy part (for me, anyway)! Generally, I stick with a very neutral color palette with my wardrobe. With the exception of a few bold pieces, you will find a lot of brown, white, black, and blue in my closet. So, (of course) I had originally envisioned having primarily neutral shades as our wedding colors: soft gray, champagne, peach, and nude with a few bolder accent colors. When I asked my bridesmaids to be a part of my special day, I also asked them to be on the lookout for long gray dresses. Being the supportive ...
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  6. Wedding Details and Organization

    Hello lovelies, A few of my dear friends have gotten married this summer and it was so much fun sharing in their celebrations of love. As a bride planning her own day, I found myself jotting down details that I thought worked really well and suggestions they had for things that did not work out quite as well. I can honestly say that I have an entirely different outlook on weddings now than I did before! I'm looking at the details on the centerpieces, noticing the different textures in the bouquets, and noting the thoughtfulness behind the dessert choices. Every little detail was intentional and to me, that is beautiful. I have found that you can tell a lot about the couple by paying attention to the details of their wedding day. Before now, I had never considered myself ...
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  7. Top 5 Wedding Invitation Tips by Bride Blogger Amanda Aceto

    At first I was incredibly stumped by the invitation design process. After visiting website after website and designing my own on many generic templates I was at a loss! I wanted our invitations to be representative of our event but be budget conscious. Enter Hannah Sherwood and E&H Creates. Hannah reached out to me and introduced her services as a paper goods expert. The invitation design process was tricky. Kevin and I were fine with non-traditional phrasing however after sharing the template with our families it was clear that my parents wanted to be included on the invitation. We chose to show that respect to my parents and included the traditional language on our invites. "Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Aceto Jr. request the pleasure of your company at the marriage of their daughter..." Wow! That just makes the wedding seem so real!Hannah was a creative genius ...
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  8. Top 5 Rules for Wedding Guest Lists by Bride Blogger Amanda Aceto

    A wedding is such an amazing celebration of love, family, and friendship. The difficult thing about that is all the love, all the family, and all the friendships! Kevin and I both have very large, beautiful families that support and love us. We knew, with our families alone, we were looking at 90 or more guests. The guest list was, hands down, the most difficult part of our whole wedding planning process. 1. Limit you guest list according to your budget When planning a guest list, remember that each guest will need a meal, a table, a chair, silverware, a gift (if you choose), and an invitation. The amount of guests you and your fianc choose to invite is deeply ...
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  9. The Jewelry Box: Something Borrowed, Something Blue

    As a buyer for Day's Jewelers I see so many different kinds of jewelry but the pieces I am always drawn to the most have a story behind them. Sometimes it is a story of how the piece was made and other times it is the story the piece represents, like the beautiful aquamarine and diamond ring my husband gave me on our wedding day to use as my "something blue." Ten days after we were married, my husband left for a military deployment in Afghanistan. I wore that ring every day while he was gone. It brought me unexplainable comfort when I was lonely during those months. To this day it helps me feel close to him when we are apart. This ring is a symbol of love and was the perfect "something ...
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