Adding Elegance with Napkin Rings


Wedding.
Such a short word, only seven letters long but holds the power to change a person’s life. All weddings are unique in their own way with special bouquets, receptions, bridesmaid dresses, tableware, and colors. Every bride wants to bring their wedding dream to life.

Napkin rings may not be the first word that comes to mind when you think “wedding”. After all, they are just small objects that keep your napkins tidy and presentable. These little objects hold such great power though. They make such a simple task of unfolding a napkin before a meal more ceremonial. Napkin rings hold not only physical importance but also value. Brides have the opportunity to make their tableware special, something that is often overshadowed when planning a wedding. Through the use of a napkin ring you can add tasteful elegance to your settings. You can customize your napkin ring to match the colors of your theme or even do a monogram letter to celebrate your new shared name. It is a guarantee your guests won’t miss them. You can even allow guests to take them home as a memoir of your wedding. Napkin rings are universal and can be used in every home by every person. From that moment forward, every time your guests use that napkin ring your wedding will spring to life in their minds. Memories of that day will rush back and a smile will come over their face. This is the moment Remarkable Rhinestone creates for their customers.

Remarkable Rhinestone tailors their collection of rhinestone napkin rings in a special way. All our products are done in a tasteful manner to deliver the perfect amount of elegance to your table. By allowing brides to customize the pieces, Remarkable Rhinestone is able to contribute in the transformation of wedding fantasies to reality.

Remarkable Rhinestone
242 West 36th Street, New York, NY 10018
212 810 4050
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www.remarkablerhinestone.com
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