Are you an amazing vendor who would like to be a part of the longest running bridal boutique show? Do you have an amazing service or product that you want to get out in front of brides? Then sponsorship is perfect for you! We only have a few spots available for sponsoring the bridal show which will take place March 26th, 2014 from 6-9pm at Portland Center Stage at the Armory. This show is classy, high-end and has a relaxed feel. It has been the show that all others copy and we are flattered but there is only one Art of Weddings! No other bridal show has the social media following we do. You will reach newly engaged couples via facebook, twitter, pinterest, radio, postcards, Oregon Bride Magazine and on our popular blog!
Contact us today to find out how you can reserve your spot in this exciting bridal show. Deadline is October 28th to sign up for a sponsor to take advantage of all the social media benefits. Email us today at email@example.com, we look forward to hearing from you!
We are excited to announce the 2014 Art of Weddings Bridal Showcase! This will be the 10th Anniversary for the bridal show, so it’s going to be a very special one. The date of the upcoming show will be Thursday, March 27th, 2014 at the modern and swanky Portland Center Stage.
We are working on creating a special evening for everyone attending and details will be announced here on the blog and our facebook page.
Interested vendors please email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Various booth sizes available. Mark your calendars and follow us for all the important updates!
While diamonds might be one of the strongest gems around, jewelry sets encrusted with these precious gemstones should always be well mentained to preserve their splendor and beauty. Grime from daily products like hairstyling products as well as Nivea hand lotions can sometimes leave a film-like dirt on your diamond ring, especially if you wear it quite frequently.
Diamond rings can be susceptible to damage. Cracks and breakage are possible if an owner is not careful when cleaning or wearing it. Diamond rings such as 77 diamonds classic rings should be cleaned properly and carefully, to at least lessen possible damages that these jewelries might acquire. We have provided gentle cleaning tips, below:
Wash and cleanse the diamond. Use mild detergent and a soft brush to clean every part of your jewelry. If you do not have a special brush for cleaning your gems, you can use an eyebrow brush. Make sure the brush that you will be using has soft bristles to avoid scratches.
Mix water and mild detergent. In a small bowl, dilute mild detergent with water. Some jewelry stores use diluted ammonia to clean jewelries. You can buy mild detergents such as Windex at nearby shops.
Soak your rings for a few minutes. This allows grime and other dirt to be easily scrubbed off. Sometimes, hot water is used in cleaning jewelry. You can also use an old toothbrush; some jewelry stores use this to get rid of dirt effectively.
Rinse them through running water. Use a strainer to rinse your diamond jewelries. Make sure you rinse them carefully, avoiding a few items from falling out of the strainer.
Use a soft cloth to dry your jewelry. Remember to use a cotton or linen cloth to dry your diamond jewelries. Using rough fabric can only cause scratches to your diamond rings, earrings and necklaces.
It is one of those moments that you and your bride-to-be feel like you’re both on cloud nine: being so sweet with each other after your woman said “yes” to your marriage proposal. We hate to burst your bubble but it is not yet the time to celebrate, as there are a few things you shouldn’t do before proceeding to the wedding aisle.
1.Do not assure that you’ll cover all the expenses
While the bridesmaids adore your future wife’s sparkly Champagne diamond engagement ring and make them search for more at 77 Diamonds; there is a common mistake most couples make as they try to express their purest intentions without having an absolute idea how much a wedding would cost them. Upcoming brides, never promise your bridesmaid to cover her expenses and bring her a Landa Designs gown; doing so would only disappoint her as you tell her you cannot commit to do such. It may seem like a nice gesture but buying bridesmaids gowns will add up quickly. Instead give jewelry as a gift, something they can wear again.
2.Never allow your parents to plan your wedding
This would only give them the liberty to invite all of their friends, etc., without you and your spouse’s approval. Once you open this door it’s hard to close it again and can cause many fights. The guest list should include the people you want to share your wedding day with, not your parents golfing buddies! It is wise to talk the whole wedding plan with your groom and list down all the important things you need to include as a couple.
3.Stop inviting people
Once you do, you cannot run away from it. It’s ok to not invite everyone. Yes, some people will feel left out but if you are on a tight budget then know your limits. Feeding all your guests is the most expensive part of the day. Talk it over before you start announcing it to everyone. Do you want a large party or an intimate one? It is better to know your wedding plans and expenses, before you start tapping people.
4.Don’t delegate the “best” tasks to certain members of the family
It would be an awry scenario if your groom and his family found out that you have assigned the best tasks to your family members while you groom’s will have to deal with whatever tasks are left. Instead, ask both parties which task they would like to work on. This way, both parties can have the time to get along with each other. Also, keep the tasks simple and ones you won’t freak out over if they don’t do it the exact way you envisioned it! Let go of some of the control so you can focus on enjoying your day more!