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The latest and greatest news at Nolan Jewelry is that I just got married!  Just over two weeks ago, I tied the knot with the love of my life. We had a small ceremony at The Smog Shoppe in Culver City.  The night was so special for so many reasons.  Thanks to the organizational talents of Stacy Lynn Design, the event went off without a hitch ;).  My bouquet was from the ever-so-creative Carly, from Flour LA.  My sister-in-law made a delicious White Chocolate and Coconut Wedding cake (more pics to come).  Still awaiting, what I am sure are the BEST candid wedding shot from Maya Myers Photography.  I'm not the most patient model bride; I'd rather be talking, laughing, dancing, know..anything to stay out of the spot light.  Maya was so great.  When we spoke the other day, she told me she caught some great moments.  Moments that I didn't even know she was there to capture!  Sneaky, sneaky.  I can't wait to see!

Here are some instagram composites that I was able to compile from my phone and some friends' snaps:

For me, it was all about the ears.  I'm wearing 2 inch elongated teardrops which have 64 diamonds on each one!  Next to these stunners, I had to add a little more grungy bling - teeny bar earrings each with 6 pave diamonds. I also wore my thin petal cuff bracelets, which I accented with diamonds as well.

For my guy, who had been wearing a Man-gagement ring during our 6 month engagement, I made him a bracelet.  He proposed to me while we were traveling in India last Christmas and we picked up a pear shaped aquamarine cabochon that I knew I would do something with for him one day.  This was the perfect opportunity to continue our twist design (sometimes seen as an infinity symbol) that we use throughout any creations we make together.  I gave him the pendant in the picture below when we were first dating.  I know, an infinity sign when we were just starting out?  Bold.

And of course, my wedding band.

Everything was...IS perfect.  


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