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Celebrity Engagement Rings – Famous Wedding Jewelry

Everyday we hear about the up and down lives of celebrities. We want to know about their lifestyles and love-lives. We are intrigued by celebrity couples weddings and her engagement ring. Celebrities will always be major trend setters for jewelry.

Who can forget J.Lo’s 6 carat radiant cut pink diamond engagement ring. It’s part of a Hollywood trend that suggests “bigger is better”. Catherine Zeta-Jones said yes to a beautiful antique design, horizontal set marquise diamond ring. And socialite Paris Hilton’s received a huge 24 carat canary diamond ring, and also a large 15 carat emerald cut diamond ring.

There are many celebrity engagement rings incorporating the elegant design of antique rings. Like Reese Witherspoon’s antique 1920’s style 4.5 carat asscher cut diamond engagement ring. Prince Charles also offered an art deco antique style platinum emerald ring with baguette diamonds to Camilla Parker Bowles.

For some celebrities one diamond is not enough, choosing the three stone engagement ring. The stones representing the past, present and future. Guy Ritchie gave Madonna an exquisite three stone platinum diamond ring. Sharon Stone can also be seen wearing her lovely emerald cut three stone diamond ring.
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Email Enquiry: Is there a Need for Wedding Engagement?

I received an email enquiry from a reader:
“I have a Singaporean girlfriend who I want to marry and I am trying to ask her parents for their
blessing. I want to know if it is Singaporean culture to become engaged?”

“Hi, yes, you are right. In Singapore, there is a need for solemnisation to take place so that both of you are considered legally married in the eyes of Singapore’s law.

There are generally 2 arrangements local wedding couples do.

1. Solemnisation done about a year before the actual wedding day.

You can register at Singapore’s Registry of Marriage and book a date.

The solemnisation can be done at the Registry itself (like what my cousin did for her solemnisation) or you can book an external venue such as a restaurant or a function room of a hotel.

Some locals prefer a long time period between the two important dates so that they can get a local house unit using their names as married couples.

In addition, they can have ample time to renovate their house in time for their wedding day.
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