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Doron Merav’s 15 Tips for Your Wedding Proposal

It is really difficult to plan the day to ask that “question”. Trust me, we know. We got a lot of question from our Facebook Page (www.facebook.com/DoronMeravJewelry/) asking “What are your tips for a perfect wedding proposal?” There is no certain answer for that, at the end of the day, what’s important is she will say “yes!” but with these 15 tips we’ll provide you will surely make the odds in your favor. Good luck and enjoy our 15 Tips to Wedding Proposal.1. Beforehand, Talk About Your Marriage Try to talk beforehand about getting married so you’ll know where you’re...
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Fascinating History of Men’s Jewelry

Years before women did, men started wearing jewelry — for elegance, security, and even good luck. Check out these landmark moments in male decoration history. Women have celebrated their status as the most bejeweled group in recent history. According to the New York Times, however, men’s jewelry is back “in vogue” for the influence of hip-hop stars, athletes — and even Prince Harry of Britain, who is often spotted wearing beaded and leather bracelets stacks. To celebrate our Men’s Collection, throughout time, we took a look back at male jewelry. Check out the nine pieces of the conversation:1. Neanderthals Came First...
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Three Types of Gold

Choosing the type of gold for your ring should be established on your personal preference. Gold alloys are minimally distinguished. They are simply gold with different amounts and quantities of mixed metals for it to have different colors and shades. You will realize that there are three choices when reviewing gold’s color options which are: white gold, rose gold and yellow gold. They are very similar with each other but if you would notice, they differ in color and composition. Here are some pro’s and con’s about these types of gold that could help you in deciding which shade or color is perfect for...
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Seal Destiny with the Perfect Engagement Ring

Putting a ring on your girlfriend’s ring finger is a goal a lot of men would like to achieve in their lives. When you, as a man, finds ‘the one’ well what better way to seal the deal than to get a ring around her finger and then march her down the altar. Sounds simple, right? Well, you can never be more wrong. Wanting your girlfriend to be your wife and getting up to doing it are two completely different territories. Once you get it in your head that she is the future Mrs. you have to be ready to pop...
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Opal Engagement Ring

For couples interested in an uncommon gemstone with a distinctive flair, an opal engagement ring is a unique yet elegant choice. Understanding the characteristics of opals and how to care for them can assist couples in deciding if they are correct for this unusual engagement ring.About Opals Opal is a semi-precious gemstone made of a silica composition that is not crystalline. The gem is very smooth and can comprise up to 30 percent water, making it visually amazing and attractive to distinctive brides-to-be. The stone is discovered most often as a translucent white hue flecked with green and blue, although...
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Doron Article

Everybody looks forward to a wedding. But no one looks forward to it more than the couple that are about to tie the knot and seal themselves to the forever that almost every one of us dreams about. So where does it start? Well, you usually have to actually get the other one to agree to staying with you for the rest of their lives. It’s not like the olden times anymore where you see someone or find out about someone and you decide they are for you, so you swoop in and get the parents solid yes and give out...
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A Gift of Gratitude

A bridesmaid and a maid-of-honor are the ones who the bride wants to be a part of her wedding. Bridesmaids and the maid-of-honor can be chosen among the bride’s friends or members of her family, perhaps a sister or the groom’s sister. A bridesmaid and a maid-of-honor is someone close to the bride where their friendship or relationship is meaningful and that she finds comfort whenever they are around.Bridesmaids and a maid-of-honor serves a practical purpose during the bride’s wedding and even on the planning of the ceremony. They serve as confidantes, advisors, they do menial tasks, they run errands...
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A Brief History of Wedding Anniversaries

Celebrating and spending time with the one you love during your anniversary are ways on how you would show your partner of just how much you appreciate them. All couples celebrate the annual return of their wedding date and even celebrate the day when their marriage proposal occurred. Reminiscing and remembering the day when that special event took place is very important because it reminds the couples of how strong their bond and love for each other is.Dating back during the Holy Roman Empire, commemorations of a wedding anniversary was widely recognized. On the 25th anniversary of a couple, the...
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Vena Amoris

Vena Amoris, or more popularly known as the vein of love is said to be found on a persons left finger. This is why when it comes to wearing jewelry that special place is always reserved for the wedding ring. That special place when occupied sends one message to the entire world, that you are half of a whole. A part of something bigger, a marriage. A convent of two souls that have sworn to love and live side by side for better or for worse. That’s why when it comes to marriage, that ring found on your left finger...
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