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The Top 5 Commonly Overlooked Jewelry Items You Should Insure

Wednesday, April 30, 2014 | Insuring Your Jewelry Jewelry

It’s usually the exciting occasion of getting engaged that motivates people to start looking into jewelry insurance. Not surprising, perhaps, since an engagement ring is as much a financial investment as the emotional one you make by saying “yes”. If you’re looking into coverage for your ring, though, it’s the perfect opportunity to take inventory of the rest of your jewelry box. Your jewelry is something you cherish. It’s personal and meaningful, collected and curated over a lifetime. Even if you haven’t spent a fortune on each piece, you might be surprised at the overall value of what you own.

The Top 5 Commonly Overlooked Jewelry Items You Should Insure

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Almost any piece of jewelry that has value to you, be it financial or emotional, is insurable. How much insurance coverage should you get?

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The Best Advice For Choosing & Working With Wedding Vendors

Friday, April 4, 2014 | Worry Free Weddings

Worry Free Weddings: Interview With Jess Levin of Carats & Cake

Our “Worry Free Weddings” series continues! We sat down with Jess Levin, Co-Founder of Carats & Cake, to get the lowdown on how to choose the best wedding vendors, and what to expect from the experience of working with them. It can be overwhelming to sort through countless websites for wedding planners, florists, photographers, caterers… In this post, we cut through the noise.

Lavalier: Thanks for taking the time to chat with us, Jess! For our readers who aren’t familiar with Carats & Cake, can you tell us about it?

JL: Carats & Cake is the best place to find local vendors to turn your wedding vision into reality. We feature real weddings and provide direct access to the vendors reviewed by the couples. So, you can not only fall in love with an image of a stunning floral arrangement, but also you can click through and contact that vendor for your own wedding.

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