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How To Protect Your New Engagement Ring

You had the perfect proposal, and now you have the ring of your dreams. Before you call your Mom, Grandma and bestie with the fantastic news – ask your fiancé if your engagement ring has an insurance policy. If that sparkly number is not insured, here are a few things to look out for in a jewelry insurance policy.

What should you look for in a jewelry insurance policy?

1. You have the ability to work with a jeweler of your choice
2. Your ring will have the same cut, carat, color and clarity as your original ring
3. If your fiancé bought you a brand name, like an Anna Sheffield engagement ring, then your replacement ring should be Anna Sheffield
4. If your ring is damaged it will be repaired to its original state

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What does Jewelers Mutual® Insurance Company Offer?

You can get all of the services above, plus so much more form Jewelers Mutual®. Their worldwide coverage protests against loss, theft, damage and mysterious disappearances. Plus they make it so easy to add pieces to your collection *online or by calling them at  888-884-2424, giving you the peace of mind that your valued possessions are taken care of. * Adding jewelry to your policy requires a copy of a recent detailed receipt, appraisal, or evaluation with a current value for the item(s) you would like to add to your policy.

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Now that you understand how important it is to ensure your engagement ring and valuable jewelry, head on over to Jewelers Mutual® and get your bling insured.

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Rings 1. Irene Neuwirth tanzanite and diamond ring 2. Megan Thorne cushion cut diamond solitaire from Ylang23 3. Adel Chefridi morganite and diamond Ring 4. Effy Jewelry Prism Black Ring 5. Kwiat vintage inspired engagement ring 6. Lauren Wolf Jewelry 18k rose gold diamond ring from Catbrid 7. Emerald diamond frame ring 8. Suz Somersall gold aquamarine grace ring 9. Le Vian 14k rose gold and black rhodium design 10. Anna Sheffield moonstone bea engagement ring | Newly engaged bride: photographed by: Whitney Furst. Engagement photo on the lake: Chicago and destination wedding photographer: Kinawicks


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Trendy Wedding Inspired By Nature

Bethany Jeffery Photography

It’s just a fact of life, if you put the time into making them, the details of your wedding will be 10x more meaningful. This was the reason Celina and Will chose to DIY just about every bit of their big day. What what about you? Are you ready to DIY some meaning into your wedding? If you need more inspiration be sure to check out even more of Bethany Jeffery‘s images in the full gallery here.

homemade wedding invitations

rustic welcome table and carabiner wedding ring display

Advice from the Bride

My advice to couples planning a wedding is to go through the effort to make the details meaningful! On our entry table we displayed our rings on an old carabiner to represent our shared passion for climbing. Beside our rings was a note asking guests to bless our rings in a vintage typewriter that Will uses to write short stories and love letters. We crafted our ceremony and vows to be sure that they were accurate to our love and vision of marriage, and wrote them out in hand decorated notebooks.

assorted white bridesmaid dresses

groomsmen looks

colorful wedding bouquet

Our reception centerpieces included vintage frames with old vintage photos that coordinated with the guests at the table, and at each place setting was a favorite typewritten love poem or quote. We made all of our table banners and a sign for our head table that reads “this must be the place”, a nod to one of our favorite songs. We also hand picked all the music, including key songs for specific people. To share a dance or a knowing glance when a special song came on was like a little gift.

this must be the right place banner

We decided to have pies instead of cake for the simple reason that we both love pie! And there is just something about enjoying a hearty slice of pie when the fruit is in season and the sun is shining that makes you think, “Well if this isn’t nice, I don’t know what is.”

you are the apple of my pie table

shrinky dink pie topper

S'more wedding favors

DIY Some Meaning Into Your Wedding

Photography: Bethany Jeffery Photography
Venue: Evergreen Gardens
Stationery: Krisha Maslyk of Marriment Creative
Flowers: A New Leaf Flower Shoppe
Dress designer: The Dress Theory

Read on to see how much this meaningful DIY wedding cost. Please note that costs change as the years go by, and prices are subject to change. This is just one couple’s breakdown to give you a rough estimate on how much a wedding like this may cost you.

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Categories: Featured Weddings & Events
Colors: blue, red, yellow
Styles: classic, diy, vintage

A Touch Of Class Wedding

Mackenzie Jean Photography

Sometimes the classic palette of red, black, and gold can get overlooked and many brides might think it’ s over done, or is too hard to do. We love this color palette and the options and opportunities it gives. It’s a classic and can be taken to a new modern level.

Amanda Douglas Events and a wonderful team of vendors took on the challenge and put together a touch of class wedding shoot that showed this color palette in a fun and chic way. If you’re going to do this elegant look make sure that your hair, makeup, and dress fit the part too. You are the finishing touch of your theme; you’re the cherry on top! See more in the full gallery here, captured by Mackenzie Jean Photography.

art deco style wedding invites

romantic classic bridal look

red bouquet

On the stunning details

The rich deep black of the table cloth grounds the whole look and gives you a great foundation to build your bright and bold table scape around. We had to have the gold chiavari chairs to bring that art deco, chic look into the shoot. We brought as many gold accents into the shoot that we could, without being too much. Like us, you can do this at your wedding in the stationery elements, type of drink you serve (champagne please!), cutlery, and in the florals (the vases, or sprayed flowers too). We always think the best way to bring in the red in this type of look is in the florals. Stay away from using too many of the classic red rose but go for some other fun red flowers like ginger, gladiolas, peonies and different types of orchids.

black and gold table decor with red centerpiece

gold diamond menu idea

cluster of gold and red centerpieces

Make a statement with your cake

Your wedding cake is a great accent and element that can tie together your whole theme. If you’re going to have a wedding cake, and a gorgeous one, don’t hide it in the back of the room, or off to the side. Consider having it on the dance floor, lit well, until it’s time for your dance, or give it its own area by the bar, or in your lounge. With this cake, the designer- Laugh Love Cakes, pulled all the stops and gave it that wow factor. If you’re going to have a bold theme and bright colors make sure your cake is up to par. Make sure your cake is as bright and bold, with those touches of class that make it fit right in with the rest of the mood and feel of your wedding.

black and white cake from Laugh Love Cakes

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Photography: Mackenzie Jean Photography
Event Designer: Amanda Douglas Events
Stationery: Robin Egg Blue Design
Flowers: Natural Touch Florals
Cake: Laugh Love Cakes
Hair: Vanhoft Hair
Makeup: 2 Chicks & A Bag Of Makeup
Dress Shop: Bliss Bridal Boutique
Linen/Chairs: Planned Perfectly

Categories: Inspirational Shoots
Colors: black, gold, red
Styles: classic