In American English, the correct spelling is ‘jewelry’. Canadian English, on the other hand, uses both variations, with the most popular being ‘jewellery’. Read this article to find out the Australian spelling.
The Bride’s Diary was absolutely delighted when Larsen Jewellery personally invited one of our team to come along to their studio and enjoy the ‘Wedding Ring Experience’. Our Art Director, Danielle Scaife was the lucky recipient of this unique
If diamonds truly are forever, it pays to get one you’re going to love for a lifetime. But where do you begin when choosing your bling? Here’s a guide to diamonds for all styles and budgets.For most couples, their engagement ring is often the fir
Editor of Studio Brides, Jacquie Thompson, took it upon herself to sample the Wedding Ring Experience at Larsen Jewellery, where couples can craft each other’s very own stunning wedding bands. The thought of crafting your fiancé’s wedding ring,
Larsen Jeweller Gillian Kilgour shares her top tips when choosing your ‘forever’ diamond. 1. Educate yourself on the four Cs: colour, carat, clarity and cut. The more research you can do before visiting your jeweller the better.2. Sit with you
Having input into the design of your partner’s wedding ring is a special way to make it more personal, but what if you could actually make each other’s ring? Mamta Bhatt channels her inner goldsmith for the Larsen Jewellery Wedding Ring Experienc
If you’re looking to add a personal touch to your wedding rings, why not make them yourself?Larsen Jewellery offers a “make your own wedding ring” experience where you can enjoy crafting unique wedding rings under the guidance of a jeweller.Lar
Groom-to-be Marc Glassman shares his thoughts on the guy’s journey down the aisle. Here he brushes up on his four Cs as he prepares to ask girlfriend Chrystal if she’ll marry him.Ever since I planned to propose to my girlfriend, I’ve discovered
Larsen Jewellery specialises in providing couples with the unique experience of making each other’s wedding bands under the guidance of an experienced jeweller. It is the first and only company to offer this type of service in Australia.
If you’ve ever wanted to make your own jewellery, why not start with your wedding band? Ali Klaver talks to Lars Larsen of Larsen Jewellery to find out how you can do it. How does the self made ring service work?