win $1k in jewelry
Brilliant Earth is the global leader in ethically sourced fine jewelry. They offer an extensive collection of engagement rings, wedding rings, and vintage jewelry. As part of their mission to building a brighter future for diamond mining communities, Brilliant Earth donates 5% of profits to communities impacted by the jewelry trade.
Their collection is available online at Brilliant Earth and by appointment at their Los Angeles, Boston, and San Francisco showrooms. Now through March 31st, they are offering an amazing giveaway, including airline tickets to Boston, a two night hotel stay, $1,000 worth of ethical jewelry from their showroom, $1,000 towards an Indochino suit, dinner, champagne, and a few other things to get you and your fiancé wedding ready! Enter to win here.
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Brilliant Earth is a leader in design and craftsmanship. Their unique designs are hand-finished by expert jewelers in the United States and every gemstone is individually inspected to ensure it meets the highest quality standards. They also have a custom design team that can help you create a completely unique custom piece by combining the latest design technology with dedication to artistry and craftsmanship. Learn more about the custom design process here.
For the bride with distinctive, one-of-a-kind style, Brilliant Earth has just released a collection of non-traditional engagement rings. These rings are contemporary and fun, and a beautiful way to ensure your ring is a reflection of your unique style. Above is just a sample. The collection includes alternatives to the traditional center diamond, such as aquamarine rings, wide bands with beautiful details, rose cut diamond rings, and ring stacks. Browse the collection here and discover their unique engagement ring guide here. We can proudly say that we partnered with Brilliant Earth to bring you all this prettiness, and remember rest assured when selecting a piece of of their jewelry that it is ethically sourced.
*This post was sponsored by Brilliant Earth.