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Thought I would share a few of my favorite vintage wedding pictures with you today in preparation for the Wedding Blog Party on June 10th!
The vintage wedding gowns always inspire me.....such detailing....such lace.....such modesty!
Love vintage wedding cabinet cards. Ever wonder like I do about WHY all the couples look soooo serious, though?!?
18-karat solid white gold. Asscher-cut center stone, 0.74 carat diamond. Arabesque pave detail.
Diamond Cluster ring, $1995, Cynthia Findlay Antiques
1920s 0.27ct European Cut Diamond Engagement Ring Filigr
A stunning Old European cut diamond weighing 2.42 cts.
Triangular Emeralds, 8 round Diamonds
1930s Art Deco ~0.35ct Transitional Cut Diamond Sunburst Ring
Platinum, ~0.20ctw Single Cut Diamonds
Art Deco engagement ring
Twin Diamond 1950's ring
1900s Edwardian Diamond Cluster Ring
As for the engagement ring, it is in best taste when it contains only a solitaire stone -- either a diamond or a colored stone such as a ruby, emerald or sapphire, which may range in price from two hundred and fifty to two thousand dollars. Colored stones and diamonds, set diagonally are also worn; but not a pearl, as, according to the German idea, "pearls are tears for a bride." The initials of each of the contracting parties and the date of the wedding engagement are usually engraved in the engagement ring. The ring should be worn upon the same finger as the wedding ring, the third finger of the left hand, where subsequently the wedding ring serves it as a guard. The matter of presentation is a secret between the engaged pair.
Antique Pearl Earrings Victorian Etruscan Gold Rv Style
Deco Drop Earrings
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