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Wedding Jewelry – Something Borrowed

Posted on March 29th, 2008 by Kori Ellis in Wedding Attire, Wedding Traditions, Wedding Trends 1 Comment

Do you want to add some red carpet glamour to your wedding day? Shannon Nelson at Pierce Mattie Public Relations says that many brides are extending the definition of “something borrowed.”

From Shannon: “Renting a tux is no longer the only thing that is being borrowed for the big day; brides are also taking part in this wedding tradition, but in a whole new way. Just as celebrities don borrowed jewelry and other items for their walk down the red carpet, brides are seeking out retailers who also have a rental option available for their accessory needs. Bag Borrow or Steal is one such retailer that allows jewelry rental from such names as Vera Wang, Miriam Haskell and Chanel to handbags from Rafe New York and Badgley Mischka for as little as $10 a week.”

When wearing glitzy jewelry, it’s essential to wear your hair in an equally glamorous up do. In this video, Joe Carol’s Tolga Ackay creates a gorgeous up do with lots of height and style. He places rose petals into the hair and adds a wonderful tiara.

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Comments (1)

  1. 1Lyn Mare

    I was lucky enough to have my mother give me a brooch that belonged to my great-grandmother. She wore it on her wedding day. It will look beautiful on my dress when I get married.

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