These two great customers from Cambridge were generous enough to share some lovely pics from their recent nuptials. Not only do these pictures glow with love but they also show off the distinct & undeniable style of these two! The grooms ring is our wide milgrain band in 14k yellow gold and the bride's an Edwardian white gold filigree ring with beautiful old euro cut diamonds. After coveting our jewelers loupe in the store, they bought one of their own to bring to the wedding so guests could appreciate the details of the jewelry. The pins are from us & quite special as well - his a victorian sword brooch (*with functional sword) & hers a cupid pin that they swapped so they were each wearing it at different points of their wedding weekend. Wishing them both a lifetime of health & happiness!
Thursday, September 24, 2015
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