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Mervis Diamond Importers Holiday Preview Event

There’s something about the impending holiday season that has me wishing for a little something sparkly. So the timing couldn’t be more perfect for the Mervis Diamond Importers Holiday Preview Event! Mervis Diamond Importers has been hand-selecting diamonds to help couples celebrate their love for over 80 years, and from November 14-16, they’re letting you enjoy some seriously amazing once-a-year prices!

This third generation family business founded in South Africa is not like any other jewelry store you’ve ever been to. At Mervis Diamond Importers, they’re all about a personalized experience from start to finish, allowing clients to pick out the perfect diamond to fit into the perfect setting! With endless styles and designs from some of the industries best designers (such as Verragio, Martin Flyer, Sasha Primak, Coast Diamonds + Benchmark), you can be sure your dream ring is waiting for you.

And this weekend, from November 14-16 at the Tysons, Rockville and Washington D.C. locations, you’ll get to beat the holiday rush and enjoy amazing once-a-year pricing! For more information on the Holiday Preview Event, head over here!


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Lovesick Cinematography + DJ + Photography + A Contest!

I’m beyond excited to let you all in on a little secret that has me bursting at the seams. Ready for it? Lovesick. This boutique group offers beyond-amazing cinematography, live DJing + “stills” (their take on photography). Just take a peek below. 

Starting as a two-man operation in Philadelphia in 2007, Lovesick has since grown into a rad-wedding capturing machine, working over 100 weddings each year around PA, NJ, NY and the TriState area. In addition to their amazing — and I mean amazing — cinematography and live DJing, Lovesick has launched a new service called “stills” which is their take on photography. This mashup style combines traditional photos with still images pulled from constantly running video. And the result? Wedding day magic. Available as separate services or as a package, you can be sure that when Lovesick is involved, the whole team is fully invested in your best day ever.

Lovesick also puts on an amazing Lovesick Expo and have added two new cities to the tour! Get all the details here. To top all this awesomeness off, Lovesick is hosting a pretty fabulous contest where they’ll be hosting a contest for a film + photo package worth $11,000 for $2,500 and will travel to the couple’s event anywhere in the world! Head over here to get all the details and to enter. Good luck!



Vintage Wedding at Greenville Country Club

This garden wedding, at Greenville Country Club, has just the right balance of traditional elegance and vintage charm. A 100-year-old lace gown with ribbon sash. Soft roses in antique silver tea kettles. It’s the perfect design of old meets new, and thanks to MK Photography, it’s all sitting pretty right here.

Country Club

From the Bride…I knew the wedding would be perfect as long as the weather was nice, since we were married in a garden. We had a huge thunderstorm the night before, but it cleared up and we had a beautiful, sunny day with fluffy white clouds in the sky.

Our table numbers were maps of places Connor and I have traveled to or lived in together – like Crested Butte, CO (where we lived during summers in college); Burgundy, France (where we went on a cycling/wine drinking tour); and Philadelphia, PA (where we bought our first home). The flowers were set into vintage family silver pieces.

It was fun to see my grandmother’s cocktail shaker on one table and Connor’s grandmother’s tea set on another. It reminded us that the wedding wasn’t only about us, it was also the joining of two wonderful families together.

We had a display set up on the piano with pictures of everyone who had worn the dress before me – my great-great-aunt Margaret, my great-aunt Sissie, my aunt Trish, my mom and a picture of me too. My mom also had a small book made detailing the history of the dress that our guests could read. It was pretty amazing that the dress has survived so long so we wanted to highlight that. I wore a vintage wedding dress that my great-great-aunt Margaret Costello made in 1906. She was an apprentice for a Parisian designer in Philadelphia, and she imported the lace from France and sewed it together herself. The dress was passed down through the family – I was the fifth person to be married in it! When the dress was originally sewn, it had long sleeves and a large collar around the neck. By the time my mom wore it, the sleeves had been shortened and she added a piece of ribbon around the waist.

The most memorable moment from my wedding day was probably the exchange of rings. The jeweler had recommended that we size the rings up to be sure they would slide on easily the day of the wedding, but I wanted it to fit snugly (I have a tendency to lose rings easily). When Connor went to put the ring on me, I could see in his eyes he was afraid it wouldn’t fit – but it went on fine, and he gave a Tiger Woods-esque celebratory gesture with a loud ‘Yes!’ Everybody laughed, and it brought lightheartedness to the whole ceremony.

Photography: MkPhoto | Floral Design: Sweet Peas Of Jennersville | Hair And Makeup: Salon 828 | First Dance: "Just The Way You Are" By Billy Joel | Music: CTO's 5th Avenue | Venue: Greenville Country Club

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