Tuesday, July 30, 2019

Story image for bridal jewelry from Bustle

10 Thoughtful Gifts For Your Bridesmaids That They'll Actually Use

Bustle-Sep. 26, 2018
Not only are bridesmaids expected to be present at important pre-wedding festivities ... “Receiving jewelry — like a bracelet, necklace, or pair of earrings — that ...
Story image for bridal jewelry from Brides.com

A Flower-Filled Mountaintop Wedding in Aspen

Brides.com-Oct. 22, 2018
For Christmas of 2017, Hudson Smythe gave Lindsay Patterson a gift that she was sure was a clue about their engagement. “He suggested getting away to ...
Story image for bridal jewelry from Richmond magazine (blog)

Advertorial: Wedding Gallery Winter/Spring 2019

Richmond magazine (blog)-Nov. 28, 2018
Lex's has become the go to shop for the “not so traditional bride”. The store also carries shoes and the perfect jewelry to complete your look. Lex's of Carytown ...
Story image for bridal jewelry from Macleans.ca

Meghan Markle's unofficial royal endorsement a mixed blessing for ...

Macleans.ca-Jul. 4, 2018
Products are promoted in “news” stories and gossip items, as seen in the New York Post's May account, “Meghan Markle wears $10K earrings to royal wedding ...

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