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Lab created engagement rings are a brilliant mined diamond alternative without the hefty price tag. Today I delve into the world of Lily Arkwright and find out more about some of their gorgeous moissanite and lab grown diamond engagement rings. Is it really possible to purchase the ring of your dreams upto 90% cheaper than high street retailers?
Lily Arkwright is a luxury online jewellery retailer based in the United Kingdom shipping globally. They offer the very best quality lab grown moissanite, diamonds, coloured gemstone engagement rings, wedding bands and bridal jewellery. Stunning reviews are testament to excellent customer service over several years and they’ve reportedly gained quite the celeb following in recent years.
Lab diamonds hold identical chemical, optical and physical properties to mined diamonds, making them the closest alternative to mined diamonds. As the name suggests, lab diamonds are created in a laboratory through replicating the high temperatures and high pressure conditions which occur in the Earth’s crust where diamonds form. Lab grown diamonds are real diamonds, displaying the same fire, sparkle and brilliance as natural diamonds, making it impossible to distinguish between the two. These ethical diamonds can be considered more desirable than natural diamonds as they are free from flaws and impurities that are acquired in the formation and mining of natural diamonds. 40% cheaper than mined diamonds with lower environmental impacts yet just as luxurious, dazzling and durable, lab diamond engagement rings are perfect for those who want a real diamond without the financial and environmental cost associated with mined diamonds.
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There is one word that describes today’s styled shoot and that is WOW!! When these images landed in my in box I was super excited to share them with you, as they are just so full of colour and imagination. The shoot took place on 4th May 2022 at Howsham Hall and it has been an absolute joy to put together. Taking on a modern day Alice in wonderland theme for the shoot, the team of exceptional suppliers have created a selection of giant installations, full of colour, texture and patterns and I am here for it in a BIG way! I just love the use of balloons and flowers together, the make believe world that has been created is pure wonder! Big thanks to Rebecca from Howsham Hall for the amazing submission.
I have the most stunning wedding for you today all the way from sunny Mexico! Alexa and Alex were married on 3rd March 2022 at Punta Venado. Alexa and Alex met back in college, they both enjoy a fitness lifestyle and love social parties. That’s how they started planning the wedding of their dreams! Even if they had to travel from Chicago, they thought a destination wedding would be the best decision they could make and the results are outstanding! The decoration is on point, both the ceremony and the reception are both breath-taking! The flowers, the detailing and of course the gorgeous couple! Big thanks to My Planner Journal for the wonderful submission to Jane & Co Weddings for the planning and design and to Luxart Wedding Studio for capturing it so beautifully.
Your big day has finally arrived, and like your own dress, the dresses of your bridal party need to be perfect. But, from bridesmaids to flower girls, keeping on the theme while ensuring everybody is comfortable and happy can seem complicated.
But it does not have to be. Whether you are following the classic wedding style or opting for something more casual on the beach, choosing between formal dresses and girls sandals for the perfect flower girl look can be one more thing to check off.
Before you rush off to find the perfect outfit for your flower girls, there are some essential things to keep in mind. First, although large parts of the outfit will be decided by the colour scheme of your wedding and the overall theme, younger children can be quite temperamental when it comes to wearing clothes they don’t like.
After all, this is something they will have to wear for the duration of the event. Therefore, if possible, look for options not too constricting and lined with softer, breathable materials, like linen or cotton. As much as possible, stick to materials that require very little maintenance in terms of ironing, such as tulle, crepe, or lace. It is summer, so consider lighter fabrics that won’t get too hot as the day progresses.
And lastly, don’t buy any outfits too far in advance. Kids grow much quicker than adults—factor in growth spurts and changing shoe sizes to guarantee their ultimate comfort on the day.
Happy Tuesday everyone, today I am taking you over to Wales, Bangor to be exact near Snowdonia for this delightful wedding, set on the bride and grooms friends farmland. This was Nia and Llyr’s 2nd wedding, the first was cancelled due to Covid, so this is their wedding 2.0 and what a wonderful wedding it is. They went for natural tones, against the barn backdrop, lots of dried flowers and some super pretty handmade projects. Big thanks to Cat Arwel Photohgraphy for the lovely photos.
Nia and Llyr were married on 21st May 2022 (after a cancellation due to covid in June 2021) at Tyn Y Ffridd Farm in Bangor, near Snowdonia (our friend’s place). ‘After a lockdown postponement our friends offered us their place, we couldn’t resist. It had such charm and character. We all worked hard over the next 12 months to get it wedding ready… and there we have it. We both love DIY and the barn/industrial vibes so this was just perfect. We had 110 guests and 12 months to plan with a couple added on with a new venue after cancellation.’