Your honeymoon is the celebration of your union, a time for the couple to relish in their marital bliss. As a bride, you probably haven’t come down from your wedding day high yet; all of the glamour and beauty of the day.
Brides always wonder what they will do will their bridal earrings after the wedding day. You can keep your bridal moment going by letting your bridal jewelry become your honeymoon jewelry. It is a great way to take parts of your wedding day ensemble with you on your honeymoon.
Before running off to your honeymoon here are a few tips on traveling with your bridal accessories (costume or fine jewelry) and making sure they return home with you looking as beautiful as they did when you left.
There are certain things to take into consideration when you bring jewelry with you on holiday. Always travel with the jewelry you aren’t wearing in your carry-on luggage to avoid theft, but there are other hazards to be aware of.
Lotions, potions, and beauty products
Sun protection products are great for your skin but terrible for jewelry. The chemicals found in lotions and sprays can be incredibly damaging to many kinds of jewelry, especially cultured pearl jewelry.
Make sure that all of your products are completely absorbed into your skin before jewelry touches your body.
Is you do get some cream on your jewelry, clean the metal with an alcohol wipe and use a soft cloth to wipe off any residue on your pearls.
Chlorinated water can react with certain metals, causing discoloration and sometimes deterioration.
We suggest that you wear your jewels when lounging by the pool, but remove them and place them somewhere safe when it’s time to take a dip.
Packing jewelry safely
It’s incredibly important that jewelry is packed carefully for travel even if it is costume jewelry. You don’t want your pieces rubbing against each other causing scratches or damage.
Diamonds are the hardest gemstones, so you must be very careful when packing diamond jewelry and be sure not to pack your diamonds with your other pieces.
Faux pearls should be treated with the same care as real pearls, they can chip and scratch if not protected.
Invest in a jewelry roll to ensure the safety of the pieces you’re carrying with you when you travel or place your pieces in individual jewelry bags for protection.
You don’t have to leave all your bling at home. Keep feeling like a bride and let your wedding day accessories sparkle just a little bit longer.
The Argentinian / Dutch designer is presenting delicious jewels and serving yogurt in New York City
During the glory days or Sex and the City, many things Manhattan women loved became famous everywhere. There were the Manolos, cosmos, cupcakes and frozen yogurt. Remember the episode when Charlotte told Harry she loved him because he went out with her to get the dessert every night? Anyway, while the other elements of SATC may have somewhat waned in popularity, the frozen yogurt is still going strong. Oh, and today women in the city don’t have to go out to get it. They can have it delivered.
Argentinian Dutch jewelry designer Rodrigo Otazu, who lived in New York during the 1980s, totally gets this. He playfully tapped into the obsession with her newest offering in a couple of ways. One is quite literal. Rodrigo, who is a “total frozen yogurt fan,” takes the dessert literally to-go. If you swing by her booth at The Salon Art + Design from November 9-13 at the Park Avenue Armory in New York City, you will be served an Italian gourmet frozen yogurt while you enjoy the collection.
And speaking of the collection, yes, as you might imagine Rodrigo has immortalized his favorite indulgence into tiny frozen yogurt earrings and cufflinks. There are also candy-colored pieces.
• Rodrigo Otazu had careers in PR from his parents and Modeling and don’t forget seeing Jewlery around the world from his back pack when he was 17 before finding her passion in jewellery design in Diamonds
• Two of his best-known collections, The light of my life, are named after his grandmothers, who can be crediting with igniting Rodrigo’s early love of jewellery
• These Rodrigo Triple Spear earrings are set with two oval rhodolite garnets
• With black enamel in 18-carat yellow gold
• From Argentina based jewellery designer Rodrigo Otazu’s Emperor’s New Diamond collection, launched in 2017
• Set with two mismatching rhodolite studs, beautifully set against a pair of mismatching vermeil drops
• In 18-carat yellow gold vermeil and sterling silver
• Available bespoke in 18-carat yellow, white or rose gold
• Height 25mm; 12mm
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Rodrigo Otazu and his brand. Rodrigo New York