Choosing engagement wedding ring

Choosing a ring for a marriage proposal

This is possibly the only time you would certainly stroll right into a jewelry shop alone. Actually, it could be the only time in your life you’ve seriously considered a ruby– or any type of glossy rock– despite the fact that she has actually accidentally-on-purpose made you await her outside a jewelry shop numerous times. Anxiety not. We’re right here to assist.

It is the period to be jolly, as well as did you understand that a high variety of marital relationship propositions occur in between the months of November and also February? Whether you’re intending to amaze the passion of your life (great for you!) or intending a day to go involvement ring buying with each other, you could go to a loss at the several designs readily available.

These are a couple of points you ought to watch out for when you check out the jewelers, yet do not hesitate to ask the professionals handy for even more aid.

1. Obtain Your Priorities Right
Typically, the guideline when depositing your cost savings for the interaction ring is to invest in between one to 3 months’ income. As standards and also the economic climate change, there is no outright have to after that guideline any longer, yet utilize the old saying as an approximation and also you will not be away.

Nowadays, a great deal of girls would not desire their fiancé to invest that much on the ring. They would certainly like a larger wedding event, a much longer honeymoon, and even a better-furnished brand-new residence.

Do not think about the ring as “simply an item of jewelry”, however something that guarantees your future wife that you assume she’s worth it. Make your choice based upon your budget plan and also just how crucial you believe that ring is to your fiancée. She would certainly recognize.

Nowadays, there are a number of cost effective options to gold or platinum rings. Couples are choosing silver, or stainless-steel, which is not as pricey. And also, it does not stain and also lasts a long time without needing to cleanse it continuously. Ask your jeweler for their options.

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2. Consider Her Lifestyle
There are 3 primary establishing designs when it involves the involvement ring. The jewelry, which is the easiest, most elegant, as well as most preferred, is practically a brand name by itself. The ruby rests in the center of the ring as well as captures one of the most light, so it is really favored by ladies from all profession.

One more establishing that is getting appeal among modern-day females is the side-stone setup. Extra rubies or gems at the side provides additional glimmer and also colour, and also it includes a little personality to the ring. Lastly, a truly enchanting choice is the three-stone level. The three-stone ring has one ruby for the former, one for today, as well as one for the future. Required we claim a lot more?

Some ring setups could look superb, however it might not be quite useful for everyday wear. Would certainly you desire her to use it on a daily basis or would certainly you choose her to maintain it in her cabinet as well as just take it out sometimes? Exactly how around when she visits the fitness center to maintain suitable for her special day? Opt for a design that you assume your future wife will certainly fit with. Simply check out the designs she normally uses as well as you can not fail.

3. Learn more about The 4 Cs
The ruby is one of the most pricey component of the interaction ring, as well as you’ll wish to know just what you’re spending for.

The 4 Cs were established by the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) as well as describes the carat weight, quality, colour, as well as cut of the ruby. Carat weight signifies the weight of the ruby; quality explains the really minute features of each rock as seen under a magnifying glass; colour qualities stand for the color of colour the ruby is; cut describes the form and also variety of aspects on the ruby.

The significance of each C relies on specific choices. If your bride likes her glimmer, concentrate on the cut as opposed to its dimension. If the dimension of the ruby is more crucial, after that you could need to give up on the cut, colour, or quality depending upon your spending plan. If you’re interested to understand a lot more, have a look at GIA’s web site below.

4. Guesstimation is the vital
Since you understand just what you need to try to find, there’s another point you should do: reconnaissance. Unless she has actually gone down tips, or if you have actually gone jewelry buying with your fiancée prior to, her ring dimension will certainly be a large secret. There is no simple means to do this, and also asking her straight-out will certainly ruin the shock, so you’ll need to do some spy job.

You could possibly sleuth around her jewelry cabinet and also present a ring you’ve seen her endure her ring finger. If you’re incapable to maintain the ring for a couple of days, ensure you’ve brought along an item of string or a leader to determine the internal area or size of the ring. If you just weren’t able to prepare for this, just move the call your personal ring finger and also mark the area nearby to your hand. Take the dimensions to your jeweler as well as they’ll understand just what to do.

If your future wife does not have a ring, aim to capture her while she’s sleeping and also determine around her left finger with an item of string. If you’ve fallen short at snooping, do just what James Bond would certainly do: look for aid from sources. Ask her mum or bestfriend to deceive the sizes from her without offering the video game away. Females are excellent at this and also her mommy as well as buddy will just be also delighted to aid.

5. Do not hurry right into it
Like all points as well as individuals of importance, some males take a while to locate the ideal one. Do not depend on locating the best ring in a solitary mid-day. Visit numerous shops and also present just what really feels right. Do not be timid to ask a great deal of inquiries. This is an extremely important ring, and also might be just one of your largest acquisitions to this day, so do inquire about upcoming sales promos as well. If you’re intending to recommend tomorrow, do not wait till tonight to buy the ring.

A lot of jewelers do not have their whole stock in their shop, or might just have actually restricted dimensions when it concerns the rarer ruby cuts, so unless you’ve checked out the shop usually adequate to understand without a doubt, consistently think that the shop will certainly require a couple of days to prepare the ring for you.

The lower line is that if you wish to get her the excellent involvement ring, you need to recognize your future wife well. Note her sort and also disapproval, her outfit feeling, and also any sort of intimations she makes concerning devices as well as style. It appears that increasingly more couples today make the choice to choose the ring with each other. If this holds true for you, after that you are off the hook. Nonetheless, there’s consistently something charming regarding obtaining down on one knee and also shocking her with the excellent ring. Think of the bragging legal rights!

DIY Wedding Decors

DIY Wedding Decors Floral Ampersand

When it comes to celebrations, sometimes it’s the smallest details that can make the biggest statement. With major staying power, the ampersand is – without a doubt – my favorite logogram and today we’re giving it an organic Valentine’s-inspired makeover. The perfect addition to any fête, this sweet signage makes a statement. All you have to do is follow our fresh and easy assembly steps below!

Paper mache ampersand
Floral foam blocks
Utility knife
Masking tape
Fresh flowers and greens
Thin floral wire


step-1Use the utility knife to cut out the top of the ampersand, leaving an open box in the shape of an ampersand. Get rid of any cardboard pieces that were inside the box.

step-2Cut the floral foam blocks to fit the ampersand shape (you may want to use a long kitchen knife for this). Start by cutting the blocks roughly in half, so that they are half as thick to match the height of the ampersand walls. Lay them side by side until they cover as much area as the ampersand. Then lay the ampersand on top of the blocks and trace the shape with a knife. Remove the ampersand and cut out the shape from the foam blocks. Then tuck the foam inside the ampersand shape.

step-3Add strips of masking tape every so often around the shape to keep the foam in place.

step-4The morning of your event, trim the flowers and greenery to have stems about 2” long and remove excess leaves. Place in cups of water until inserted into the ampersand.

step-5Add flowers and greens to the ampersand by sticking them into the foam. Begin with the greenery and work from the outside of the shape in. Build up with the blossoms and try to cover any areas of exposed foam. Let a bit of greenery trail off the shape in a few places for a more organic look.

step-6Once you are satisfied with the look of the piece, wrap a strand of floral wire around the shape every few inches to help secure the blossoms in place.

Photography: Ruth Eileen Photography | Design & Styling: SMP Living


Bohemian Valentine’s Day Inspiration

As far as Valentine’s Day events go, this one is just about as pretty as it gets. With a greenery backdrop in a loose diamond design, plenty of French desserts, and an incredible embellished gown from Bree Lena topped off with a floral crown, every bit is styled to utter perfection by photographers Lori Romney Photography and Jennifer Fauset Photography.

bohemian Valentine's Day inspiration - photo by Lori Romney Photography

From the photographers, Lori Romney and Jennifer Fauset: As photographers, we loved creating this romantic, cozy, Valentine’s inspired shoot in the warmth of our Salt Lake City studio. We used a color story of pinks, reds and golds. Since Valentine’s Day makes us think of sweet treats, everything about this photo shoot was based around these amazing and delicious pastries. Our pastry chef, Dani with The Petite Pastry, went all out! The gorgeous color of her sumptuous treats made our table drip with romance. Dani amazed us with her “not cake” cakes, and this cream puff cake was divine! It added texture and interest to our entire event. Everyone involved kept sneaking the pink almond heart shaped cookies. YUM! We wanted the desserts to shine, so we asked our floral design contributor to help us with understated floral arrangements to tie in the Valentine theme. The vine wall was our favorite part! It was made from Eucalyptus that smelled of perfection. It added warmth and beauty to our walls.

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Modern Heart-Themed San Francisco Wedding

We’re hours away from the official day o’ love, and this heart-themed affair is just the ticket to get the party started. Equal parts whimsical modern, it’s a lovefest brought to life by Charmed Events Group, with color happy florals from Nixon Tran of Michael Daigian Design. Keep calm and party on in the gallery from Jasmine Lee + film below by Awkward Turtle Media.

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From Charmed Events Group…Jenny and Ansony met and fell in love in the city of San Francisco and they wanted to have a wedding that reflected their love story. They chose the City View Metreon as their venue as it has sweeping views of the city and was the perfect modern, blank slate for creating their dream wedding. Because the City View Metreon is such a large space, we brought in lots of draping to create the ambience of separate spaces for guests to enjoy. We used a bright and cheerful color palette of sherbert and melon hues as the foundation for the design elements that we brought into their wedding. All the details of their wedding incorporated these colors to create a color explosion if you will! Another strong motif of Jenny and Ansony’s wedding was in featuring their favorite love quotes.

The ceremony took place on the terrace of the City View Metreon with panoramic views of San Francisco. The wedding party entered into the ceremony space through huge panels of live, succulent walls which made the space very modern and chic. For cocktail hour, we created a gallery patterned wall with one of the couples’ favorite quotes. Guests found their names on the inverted chevron pattern that we created. Guests were invited to leave their names on painted hearts to create an art piece for the couple as a keepsake.

The reception space was grandiose with draped entrances and light teal linens that popped against their modern white chairs with blush pink cushions. Guests sat down to place settings that featured menus wrapped with an infiniti charm that paid homage to how the couple felt for one another. Each table had a custom made table number in the shape of a gold arrow to pay homage to San Francisco and the iconic “Cupid’s Span” arrow on the Embarcardero. Each table also featured a different love quote as part of the couple’s love quotes collection. We custom created a 3D geometric backdrop for the couple’s sweetheart table that added punch and whimsy to finish off the event space.

Dancing and the Dessert Bar was featured in a separate draped off area of the City View Metreon. We displayed another one of the couple’s favorite love quotes as the backdrop to the dessert bar and created custom candy favors that were color blocked in the couple’s color palette for guests to enjoy.

Photography: Jasmine Lee Photography | Videography: Awkward Turtle Media | Floral Design: Nixon Tran Of Michael Daigian Design | Cupcakes: Love At First Bite | Stationary: Charmed Events Group | Catering: Thomas John Events | Lighting: JL Imagination | Desserts: Gerard Michler | Event Rentals: Hartmann Studios | Linens: La Tavola | Photobooth: Impressions Photobooth | Venue: City View Metreon | Weddng Planning & Design: Charmed Events Group

Looking for more heart-driven wedding details? We’ve rounded up a few of our faves!

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Gift Guide: Blossom Veils & Accessories

Once you’ve found the perfect gown for your big day, you may find yourself longing for the ideal accessories to complement it. If you’re in the market for gorgeous accessories like veils, belts, boleros, and capelets to personalize your wedding day look, you absolutely have to check out Blossom Veils & Accessories‘s incredible collection. They even have pieces adorned with rose gold, one of our current favorite metallic trends!

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Giveaway: Win a Diamond Ring + The Mrs. Box!

Valentine’s Day is kind of like the Superbowl of wedding blog world, so when February 14th rolled around this year we knew it was go BIG or go home. Along with friends at Trumpet & Horn and The Mrs. Box we cooked up a giveaway so big, so squeal-worthy we kind of couldn’t believe it ourselves. I’m talking a diamond engagement ring AND a gorgeous ring box up for grabs, and all the how-to-enter details are waiting on below!

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The Prize: Trumpet and Horn diamond ring (up to $3500 value) plus winner’s choice of a Mrs. Box in any color.

To Enter: Complete and submit form below!

Photography: Jose Villa With Joel Serrato | Styling: Grey Likes Weddings | Styling : Type A Society | Rings: Trumpet & Horn | Illustrations : Lisa Rae, Dancing Pine | Ring Boxes: The Mrs. Box | Watercolor Artwork: Jenny Sanders, Graceline Art

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A Love Story 63 Years in the Making

Marriage is a masterpiece. It’s growing old together, hand-in-hand, while two souls work together as one. It’s a hand-painted work of art that takes time, patience, passion, hard work, and an endless amount of love. And this darling duo? Well, they’re the perfect example. Captured through the lens of their granddaughter Shalyn Nelson, this 63 year old love story will remind you what Valentine’s Day is all about.


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From Shalyn Nelson… This is simply a reminder to the world from the lens of a granddaughter who adores her grandparents and the love they share. I want to put hope and the true meaning of marriage back into the beating hearts around the globe. We are living, breathing and experiencing a world of instant gratification and noncommittal tendencies. We are so wrapped up in seeing the “instant-polariod pictures”, and not the huge hand-painted masterpiece of marriage that takes time, patience, passion, attention to detail, and hard work. What happened to being together forever? Why does our world look down on marriage so much now? It breaks my heart and even though I am ONE person…I have felt called to somehow, someway make a change. Nobody is perfect, but LOVE…LOVE is why we are here. Love is real, it’s unique for everyone and it has the power to change our world if we let it.

Marriage should be forever. It’s finding that person you pick to love and yet, drive you crazy, day in and day out. It’s more than color schemes, gorgeous gowns, perfectly crafted tables capes, and the perfect shoes. It’s growing old, hand in hand, wrinkle after wrinkle. It’s taking two heartbeats and working together to make one. It’s letting love win, always, no matter what.

Whomever is reading this…This right here is my heart. This right here is the most important thing I have ever been a part of and put together. As you read this, I am over here behind the scenes pouring out blood, sweat and tears into this passion project. I’m calling it Love, The Nelsons Project. I’m ready to show lovers around the world that true love still exists. There are so many love stories that we don’t know of out there waiting to be shared. The hard ones, big ones, small ones, beautiful ones, and stories that can change our lives and the way we view marriage. This is my pledge and my mission to find these stories and to document them over the course of the next year.

I want to put together something truly special…so here it goes! My goal is to compile a book of old love stories and that’s where I am asking for your help. I will travel to these couples, sit down and listen to their stories, interview them, and will photograph them together. Do you know of someone who has a love story that is worth knowing about? One that is worth sharing with the world to inspire, and that will help instill the true value and purpose of marriage back into our lives? The sky is the limit here! If I can impact one…just ONE marriage, ONE woman or man who are seeking their forever…my mission in life will be fulfilled. Help me tell these stories. Please e-mail me at [email protected] and put “LTN Project- Old Love” in the subject line. I look forward to hearing from you!

There is so much more that I want to share here in this space, but please follow along my journey on instagram at @shalynnelson. Our hashtag will be #lovethenelsonsproject #oldlovebook

My grandparents have been married for 63 years. My Papaw planted a rose bush outside of their bedroom window when they built their house. He has always said, “Billie Wanda is the rose of my life…But it does have a few thorns here and there…”, which is the reason he’s holding a bushel of roses in some of the photos… 🙂

And to end this post, I’ll quote my Papaw…

“Walking through life together, but the trail’s getting short.”

Photography: Shalyn Nelson – Love, The Nelsons | Wedding Dress: The Ivy Retreat | Couple/Grandparents: Joe Ray And Billie Wanda Johnson | Film Scans: Photovision | Florals: Bristol Lane Florals | Make-Up And Hair: Makenzi Laine | Venue: Hidden Lake Ranch

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Romantic Ivory + Grey Ojai Valley Inn Wedding

Any wedding lined with Diana McGregor, Toast Santa Barbara, Love This Day Events, TEAM Hair And Makeup and Ojai Valley Inn on the vendor list is destined for perfection right from the start. And when said wedding includes the dreamiest grey and ivory color palette, ridiculously gorgeous calligraphy details and a couple who couldn’t be more in love, the result is a gallery we might never leave. See the day unfold below!

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From The Bride…Chase and I met on a flight from Toronto to New York City. Unbeknownst to us at the time, we were both doing consulting work in Toronto and living in New York City, making the commute back and forth on a weekly basis. One fateful Thursday evening, on a return flight, we were assigned seats next to each other (a rare, but fortunate occasion since we both normally book window seats). We spent the entire flight talking from the moment we sat down until we de-planed in New York. It sounds cliché, but from that very first encounter we both knew that there was something special between us. When we landed in New York, he took my number and shortly thereafter we had our first date.

Pretty soon we were inseparable, seeing each other every day, whether we were co-located in Toronto (Chase driving almost an hour each way to pick me up for dinners after work) or back in NYC. Our short courtship was filled with fun, adventure, excitement, and a great deal of travel. On a trip to Cabo San Lucas, soon after our one year anniversary, Chase took me on a boat to Lover’s Beach and got down on one knee. I think I said “yes” before he even asked me to marry him.

We wanted to have a wedding that was personal, intimate and centered on the union of our families. With Chase’s family being from Arizona and mine from Colorado, we decided on neutral ground – California. Nestled against the backdrop of the Topa Topa Mountains, Ojai serves as the perfect retreat. What led us to choose Ojai Valley Inn & Spa as our venue was the natural beauty of the resort grounds and the serenity that it elicits, as well as the amazing staff. Ojai truly was the perfect location for our dream wedding as well as a hidden jewel that we knew our family and friends would enjoy.

I stumbled upon Kara Delay of Love This Day Events very early on, and in viewing her portfolio I connected with her work immediately. I decided to hire her before I even had the venue, much less the state, confirmed. With an abundance of inspiration, Kara served as my cornerstone and siphon, pulling together all my ideas (and filtering out the bad ones) into a cohesive vision and plan. In addition, she directed me to excellent vendors such as our florist, Toast.

Our vision for the wedding was simple and understated elegance, infused with organic and natural elements. We let the terrain and natural flora guide the design. Complementing the natural beauty of the Herb Garden, we decided to use a lot of green foliage (seeded eucalyptus, olive, rosemary, and other foraged greenery) along with a variety of white garden roses and peonies, sprinkling in light grey as an accent color.

My favorite moment of the day was standing at the ceremony before our officiant with the love of my life. We worked with our officiant – a pastor Chase has known since middle school – to create a ceremony that was very personal and special to us. We chose literary and biblical readings to be incorporated, as well as the Apache wedding prayer, a nod to my husband’s Native American heritage. We finished the ceremony by reciting our handwritten vows to one another. We were anxious about writing our own vows, but it was important to both of us that these words and promises were our own.

My favorite wedding detail was my jewelry, all custom designed and expertly crafted by my new sister-in-law, Lindsey Almquist of EmmaQuist Jewelry. Not only did she create my gorgeous Asscher-cut engagement ring, but both of our wedding bands as well. The bands feature the “Forget Me Not” floral design, prevalent in the 18th and early 19th centuries and originating in medieval times as a symbol of faithfulness and enduring love. I wanted something simple, yet meaningful, that wouldn’t distract from the beauty my engagement ring and something that I could wear on our frequent traveling excursions. Aside from my jewelry, I loved my ‘something old, new, borrowed, and blue’. My ‘something old’ was an heirloom, vintage brooch that belonged to my great grandmother which I fastened to the base of my bouquet. My ‘something new’ was my wedding dress; a simple, yet stunning, Romona Kaveza gown made of raw silk, which exemplified the theme of the wedding and my style. My ‘something borrowed’ was a pair of baroque pearl earrings from my gracious mother-in-law. Finally, my something blue was a blue ribbon from a card I made for my dad when I was a little girl that my mom sewed into my dress.

When the day finally arrived, it all felt like a dream: from walking down the winding pathway through the Herb Garden with my father to the sea of sparklers bidding us farewell…

After exchanging vows in the intimate and magical Herb Garden, our guests sipped a lavender infused cocktail, our signature drink, and ate an assortment of hors d’oeuvres under the garden pergola as the golden sun faded and the Topa Topa Mountains were lit ablaze with a vibrant, pink hue. Grey pashminas’ were provided to our guests to stay warm as the sun went down and the brisk evening chill set in. At dusk, guests were escorted to the terracotta-tiled Anacapa Terrace to dine under a canopy of strung café lighting. Tables were covered with light grey linen table clothes and adorned with candles. The long head table was lined with a garland of olive branches and other green foliage. Set amongst the foliage were hurricane vases of varying height, illuminating the entire terrace with a spectacular glow. Two Spanish guitarists along with a percussionist serenaded us with Latin music as we dined on Wild Salmon and Oven Roasted Chicken. At the end of our meal, guests leisurely enjoyed cigars on the terrace, while dancing commenced in the ballroom.

The night concluded with a sparkler sendoff. We are extremely blessed to have had such a special night, sharing our love with our friends and family, and we are grateful to have had Diana McGregor so exquisitely capture the evening and the memories that we will cherish forever.

The planning, design and execution were superb and I cannot praise enough the people who understood and shared my vision and who went above and beyond to produce a beautiful event. Many thanks to all of the great people who worked so hard to make the weekend in Ojai so memorable!

Photography: Diana McGregor | Coordination: Love This Day Events | Floral Design: Toast | Wedding Gown: Romona Keveza | Cake: Ojai Valley Inn And Spa | Ceremony Venue: Ojai Valley Inn & Spa | Bridesmaid Dresses: Jenny Yoo | Catering: Ojai Valley Inn And Spa | Lighting: Bella Vista Designs | DJ: Vox DJs | Bridal Jewelry: Emma Quist Jewelry Design | Chairs: Town And Country | Inviations And Calligraphy: Wondrous Whimsy | Linens: La Tavola | Makup: TEAM Hair And Makeup | Photography – Assistance: Michelle Boyd Photography | Reception Wedding Gown: Grace Loves Lace

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Tropical Glam Wedding in Palm Springs

If you’re a longtime follower of the blog, you know we have a weak spot for Palm Springs weddings. If this is your first visit, let this wedding from Studio Castillero and CCL Weddings & Events be an introduction to the amazingness that is Palm Springs! Barbara and Akiva’s wedding was in no short supply of gorgeous fashion, jaw-dropping scenery, and thoughtful details like antique broach escort cards that make our hearts sing.

tropical glam wedding in Palm Springs - photo by Studio Castillero

From the bride, Barbara: Akiva and I were living in Michigan in the middle of the polar vortex when we were planning our wedding and we were freezing. As a result, we knew we wanted to be somewhere warm, and we’d been to Palm Springs before and enjoyed it. I wanted the style to be vintage and romantic and I wanted it to feel relaxed/comfortable. Since Akiva is Jewish and his religious background is very important to him, we wanted to weave parts of his heritage into the ceremony as well.

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Sareh Nouri Fall 2015 Bridal Collection

When you mix impeccably gorgeous wedding gowns and film photography, you get a winning combination every time. Sareh Nouri recently released her Fall 2015 bridal collection, and we’re not ashamed to say we’re absolutely smitten with each and every piece. Thank you Orange Photographie for doing these beauties justice!

Sareh Nouri Fall 2015 Bridal Collection - photo by Orange Photographie

Sareh Nouri, the Persian born bridal designer returns to the NYC Bridal Fashion Week to release her Fall 2015 collection. Like a storied fairy tale each glamorous design is composed of graceful and intricate details that are sure to capture your heart. The classic collection is complete with hand embroidered French lace, and various silhouettes that will draw your eyes with their beauty. Beautiful hints of blush, mint and rustic gold can be found throughout the collection. This season Sareh Nouri has unveiled her first evening wear selection, staying true to her ethereal and romantic aesthetics. The Fall 2015 collection is one to be remembered as Sareh Nouri makes her mark and further establishes herself as a top designer in the fashion industry.

Sareh Nouri Fall 2015 Bridal Collection - photo by Orange Photographie

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