Aren’t these bridal combs from Bride’s Head Revisited gorgeous? They’re having a 60-80% off sample sale on Etsy right now. So hard to choose. All of them are beautiful and classic so you really can’t go wrong. I love that these pieces are timeless…you could end up passing it down to another bride in the family.
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I’m totally in love with this double wheel gold aquamarine ring from Etsy seller, Illuminance Jewelry. So unique and gorgeous…also my birthstone!! Maybe for my right hand since I already have a gorgeous vintage lovely on my left 🙂
(Image via IlluminanceJewelry as seen on Brooklyn Bride)
I’m obsessed with this Clearly Locket from BHLDN….probably because my engagement ring is hexagon shaped (which I’m absolutely in love with).
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Yes please!! I love these DIY gold tube bracelets from Honestly WTF. So pretty and chic looking…I’m totally going to make a bunch of these.
(Image via Honesty WTF)
These animal key chains from Jonathan Adler are so great for Summer! Maybe the adorable elephant would make my daily commute more colorful.
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I’ve always had a love for the emerald cut and these peach/gold toned beauties don’t disappoint.
(Image via ShopBop as seen on Revel)
Is it crazy to spend $328 on the Kate Spade, I Kissed A Frog Multi-Clutch for our wedding? Considering I probably won’t even carry it for more than five minutes….it sure is pretty though.
Damn you Kate Spade and all of your pretty things!!
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I’ve always liked the idea of lockets, but I never think to wear one. These lockets from Stella Saves The Day are extra special because you can get them customized with an embroidered message or symbol, like a heart or crown. A puppy dog paw print would be adorable!
(Images via Stella Saves The Day)
So here’s the engagement details. Friday night we decided to try the new restaurant, Take A Bao, in Studio City. After dinner we had tickets to the Arclight Sherman Oaks to see The Five Year Engagement (I had no clue the engagement was going to happen that night and just booked the tickets while I was at work that day). We had a lovely dinner and had about an hour to spare before the movie started and JB suggested we go for a drive up Mulholland. I was worried we wouldn’t have enough time and said “why don’t we just snoop around the Galleria and get some popcorn.” It was really cute because he was like “no, I would REALLY would like to go for a drive.” Ok….we can go for a drive if you want to. We drove up to the Mulholland Universal Scenic Outlook and I said “it’s so pretty.” I still had no clue even when we got out of the car and walked over to the outlook point. Only when he opened the ring box and popped the question did I realize what was happening. The whole thing was perfect!!
My ring is an estate piece from Lang Antique and Estate Jewelers in SF. We picked it out during our SF trip and I am so in love with it. I think what I love most about the ring is that it is from the 20’s and has a very long (almost 100 years) history behind it. Also, there’s no other ring like it. It’s a true original.
Oh and we will not be waiting 5 years to get married like in the movie 🙂 Hopefully next Spring or Summer!!
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