Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and this year will be extra special for me as I will be sending out the Save-The-Dates for my upcoming wedding on February 14th! It’s an exciting time, and I spent last weekend at a couple of bridal expos getting inspiration. Although there are still a lot of details to plan, Jai and I agree that the most important part of the wedding is our family.
We are both close to our Grandparents, so for my wedding band, I will be wearing my Grandmother’s wedding ring from 1942 that she left me after she passed away. Jai is wearing one of his late Grandfather’s rings, and the engagement ring on my finger was an item that Jai’s Grandmother had in her jewelry store in the 1980s. Although the three rings came from separate countries and people, they look like they were always intended to be a set, which I think is a sweet analogy for marriage. Our Grandparents were all married for 50+ years, and Jai and I will always think of them as we celebrate our own anniversaries to come.
No matter how much time passes, true love never tarnishes. That’s why Tarn-X is celebrating its 50th anniversary by honoring all those couples whose love has stood the test of time. Through the end of February, Jelmar, manufacturer of Tarn-X and CLR products, is hosting a fun sweepstakes on their Facebook page where entrants can nominate a couple who is celebrating a 50+ anniversary. The winner will receive a $150 Tiffany & Co. gift card for themselves, and a bouquet of flowers for the special couple!
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Do you know a couple who has celebrated 50 years of marriage?