Babes! I can't believe it's nearing the end of March already and I can't believe the amount of things I feel behind on! Is it just me or has this year been going by so fast? I keep having to remind myself to slow down and enjoy the moments in each day, but that's much easier said than done when every weekend continues to fill up with guests and different events (all good things of course) and week nights get full with meetings, gym time, blogging, etc. Kirby and I are so blessed for all the good in our life, but man oh man do I get exhausted sometimes. I so badly wish I could just live on a beach and strictly be on island time... Maybe one day 😉 In the meantime I'll continue to enjoy the ride as much as possible!
I was really excited to have the opportunity of going to the John Atencio store located in the Cherry Creek Mall where I was able to try on the most stunning and decked out rings, bracelets and necklaces ever. One of the coolest things I learned about John is the fact that each piece is individually touched by him before being complete. He has full responsibility for all the creativity that goes into each piece and it' s awesome knowing the amount of passion he truly has behind his work. He actually came into the store while the event was going on... I was a bit excited 🙂
It's been extremely warm in Colorado for the last month or so, but one can still say beating the winter blues, right? Maybe not, but when you're invited to try on beautiful blue topaz and tanzanite jewelry you know any winter blues that may have been around are long gone at that point! The night was filled with blue champagne, cotton candy, earl grey macaroons and delicious white cupcakes with blue sprinkles... How cute is that?!
Check out all the beautiful pieces I tried on, you'll definitely be adding them to your wish list!
That's my beautiful ring :))) #luckygirl
I loved the mix bangle look. The designs were inspired by a trip John took to Italy.
Check out that stairway of diamonds on the sides!
This beautiful engagement ring is at the cheap price of $32,000... 6 karats! I told Kirby I would say 'Yes" again 😉
This one is my favorite 🙂