Memory Bands

I have always loved the idea of creating a stack of ring bands. Each one would represent a memory, a milestone or a special place in my life.

photos by Ruthie Stark 

You know my love for the team at Glitters Fine Jewelry. They are so helpful, and knowledgable and always steer me in the right direction. I told them about my idea, and they helped me pick out the first ring that would be a part of my memory band stack. The one that jumped out to me was the one I am wearing on my middle finger here. It has one larger diamond and one smaller diamond, which represents my 2 kiddos and then 14 tiny diamonds on either side which represents the almost 14 years we have been married. 2017 was a year of milestones; turning 40, hitting 10 years of living in KC and opening our 3rd Health House. I will always be reminded of this special year with this beautiful band.

It is flanked by my grandmother’s band and the tiny knuckle ring that Glitters made for me using old rings. I love how it nestles perfectly between the 2.

I am excited to add to my memory band stack. We are close to 15 years of marriage and there are always Birthdays and Christmas! I also love that the bands are all very affordable ranging from $250 on up depending on if you have diamonds or stones in them. I really enjoy investing in a piece of jewelry like this that I can wear everyday. And, not to mention they are extremely sentimental and can be handed down to my children one day!

With Mother’s Day and Graduations coming up, these would also make an incredible gift. Visit the ladies at Glitters to get a stack started. You can get more information HERE. Or visit them in their store in Camelot Court at 4250 W 119th St, Leawood, KS 66209 or call them at 913-661-0834.


This post is sponsored by Glitters Fine Jewelry, but all thoughts and opinions are my own 



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