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Pearls for Every Girl with Long’s Jewelers

Whether you’re a modern lady with a love of all things contemporary, a classic girl with a passion for romance or happily fall somewhere in between, one thing is certain: accessorizing your look with Mikimoto pearls from Long’s Jewelers is THE best decision you’ll ever make.  Think seriously stunning pieces perfect for adding a touch of elegance to your Big Day… and beyond.  We LOVE.

Pearls for Every Girl with Long's Jewelers
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Pearls for Every Girl with Long's Jewelers
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Family-owned and operated with five locations throughout Massachusetts, Long’s Jewelers knows all there is to know about adding a bit of pretty to your wedding + every day with some of the most beautiful pearls you will ever lay your eyes upon.  I’m talking elegant, sophisticated and jaw-droppingly gorgeous Mikimoto pearls, the epitome of luxurious jewelry.  And when you combine the finest cultured pearls in the world with the trusted + knowledgeable customer service of Long’s Jewelers, well… it just doesn’t get any better.  Just ask our fabulous editors Michelle and Melissa

Sooo ready to get your pretty on?  Visit Long’s Jewelers TODAY to see just why they’ve been the leader in all things lovely since 1878.  (Hint: They’re amazing.)

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Surprise Boston Harborside Proposal

What started as a sweet photo shoot to honor their relationship turned into a day to remember, when these cuties, strolling along Boston’s Harborwalk, came upon rose petals and a surprise. Completely unaware of what was about to take place, this lucky lady watched as her love dropped to one knee – and Ruth Eileen was there to capture every second! See it all unfold in our VAULT right this way!

From the Bride-to-be… Every girl has dreamed about the day of her proposal, I am sure. As we get older, we see our friends get engaged, strangers on the street get engaged, and we have dreamed about that day even more. I am a very romantic partner, I like surprising him with sweet and lovely things, and it is hard to surprise me; however he gets me every time. Since very early in our relationship, we both had the feeling that each of us might be the one. We started to talk about spending the rest of our lives together, talking about having a small wedding in Beijing, and everything started to accelerate since then. We both knew that he was going to propose someday, but it was a matter of when and how. Then he made me a ring. The ring is so special not only because he made it out of paper, but also because of all the nights he spent at a desk after I was asleep to work on it. I love it more than any diamond ring. On the day he proposed, I thought we were just celebrating the anniversary of our relationship. When I saw all the flowers on the ground, when I was watching the video he made, I still had no idea where this was going to end, until the moment he kneeled down. It was then that I realized, this is the moment I have been waiting for since I was a little girl.

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Photography: Ruth Eileen Photography

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High School Sweethearts’ Labor of Love Wedding in Rockport, Massachusetts

Brace yourselves, ladies and gents, because this flower girl is about the make your heart melt. I mean it, she’s that stinking cute. But she’s not the only thing you’ll love about this New England wedding. With Ruth Eileen Photography behind the camera lens, each and every detail—from the gorgeous Dahlia-filled flowers to the Mayflour Confections wedding cake—shines. See it all in THE VAULT!

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From The Bride…Jay and I dated briefly in high school before reuniting five years ago, and got engaged last October on the eve of a long-awaited trip to Paris. We frequently make day trips to Rockport and Bearskin Neck during the summer months, and when we began the search for a venue I was immediately drawn to the charm and character at the Rockport Art Association. The rustic wooden beams and twinkling lights gave the space a warm, barn-like atmosphere, and the constant rotation of artwork was a delightful surprise; the galleries were switched the night before so we didn’t know what the art on the walls would be until we arrived on our wedding day. We wanted our wedding to feel like a reflection of our style and personalities, and the RAA lent itself perfectly to the casual, cozy vibe that suits us best.

Our wedding was truly a labor of love. My husband made our table numbers and our sidewalk easel (which my brother-in-law then illustrated beautifully the morning of our wedding). My mother and I made the flower girl dresses, ribbon wands, and sewed and hand dyed the table runners. We dip-dyed muslin bags filled with saltwater taffy from a local shop, Tuck’s Candy for our favors–and covered plain glass votives with glitter to add a bit of sparkle to the tables. I hand-painted our cake toppers, and love them so much that I hope to repurpose them into ornaments for our Christmas tree. I also decided to DIY all the flowers. My mother-in-law had a hidden talent for floral arranging, and we spent the day before the wedding putting together the centerpieces and bridesmaids bouquets. My sister assembled my bouquet with dahlias grown in my mother and step-father’s garden. When we buy our first house, we plan to relocate the tubers so our wedding flowers can bloom every year on our anniversary.

It was amazing to see the beautiful results of all that time and effort on our wedding day. We chose to say traditional vows during our simple ceremony, because I wanted to speak aloud the same words that other people had said before me, and truly anchor myself in this tradition. I felt suspended in time in those moments. Our last dance of the night was “Shut Up and Dance with Me” by Walk the Moon, and everyone joined us on the dance floor. The room was bursting with joy. We are so fortunate that so many people came together to help us celebrate.

Photography: Ruth Eileen Photography | Event Planning: Friend Of The Bride | Floral Design: Blooms By The Box | Wedding Dress: Nicole Miller | Cake: Mayflour Cake + Confections | Invitations: Wedding Paper Divas | Catering: Vinwood Caterers | Makeup: Makeup by Carmina | Hair: LiShay Hair Design | DJ: Good Times Unlimited | Groomsmen Attire: J.Crew | Venue: Rockport Art Association | Bridal Boutique: Camilla's Bridal

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