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How To Find Your Bridal Jewelry And Accessories

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How To Find Your Bridal Jewelry And Accessories
Four ways to choose the right wedding jewelry that you will love. Every bride wants to look and feel their best on their wedding day, here are the ideas on how to choose a bridal jewelry that defines your style

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Some Hair Accessories That Will Make You Look The Most Precious Bride On Your Wedding Day

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Some Hair Accessories That Will Make You Look The Most Precious Bride On Your Wedding Day

Here are some of our favorite wedding hair accessories that you can play around with for your big day.

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A Marquise Vine Cluster Stud Earrings for Romantic Weddings

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A Marquise Vine Cluster Stud Earrings for Romantic Weddings

Received some gorgeous shots that the beautiful bride wore our romantic sparkly Cubic Zirconia earrings at her wedding Wishing to her have an even better marriage Photo Credit : Dan and Tyler photography 

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Bridal Earrings for Garden / Outdoor Weddings

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Bridal Earrings for Garden / Outdoor Weddings

  The love of the outdoor inspires it into these dramatic bridal earrings that speak out in a whimsical bohemian style. Combine with matching pieces in gold, rose gold or silver. These earrings sparkle with Rhodium-plated mirror finish and AAA+ grade cubic zirconia stones that are nickel-free. 

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Diamond Substitute : Cubic Zirconia

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Diamond Substitute : Cubic Zirconia

What is Cubic Zirconia? Commonly known as CZ, Cubic Zirconia is the most popular manmade diamond substitute. It’s a nice substitute because like diamonds, it is cubic in its crystal formation and omits a fairly similar fire and sparkle when held up to the light. On the Mohs scale of hardness, a genuine diamond is a 10 while cubic zirconia is a 8.5-9. How is Cubic Zirconia made? CZ crystals are made by melting powdered zirconium and zirconium dioxide together and heating them up to 4,982ºF. When the heating has been completed, the main crystal is cut into the same shape...

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