Author archive for Northwood Rings

  • Sep072017
    Fern Branch

    How to Achieve a Proposal Story for the History Books – Engagement Ideas for Adventurous Couples

    Did you know that winter is the most popular time of the year for engagements with over 40% of all…

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  • Aug222017
    wedding seating

    3 Ways to Plan a Sustainable Wedding

    Is having a sustainable wedding important for you and your partner? If it is, it can be accomplished easier than…

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  • Jul112017
    creative wedding ideas

    Creative Wedding Ideas for 2017

    Planning an upcoming ceremony? 2017 has been the year of creativity and couples going outside of the traditional wedding norms.…

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  • Jun162017
    Honeymoon

    Honeymoon Destinations

    In our last blog post, Adventurous Honeymoons, we talked about the different types of honeymoons that an adventurous couple could take.…

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  • Apr132017

    Adventurous Honeymoons

    A honeymoon should be a special time to connect with you and your newlywed partner. A honeymoon doesn’t mean the…

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  • Feb272017

    Unique Wedding Ideas for Your Special Day

    Are you interested in having a unique wedding to perfectly suit you and your partner, but you have no idea where…

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  • Feb042017
    Ebony tree

    The History of Wood: Ebony

    Wood stands the test of time. It’s sustainable, long-lasting, versatile, and only gets better with age. In the final post…

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  • Jan252017
    life+style+justice

    Featured Post: Life+Style+Justice

    Our latest featured post is on the site Life+Style+Justice, which defines itself as a resource for stylish, sustainable living with…

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  • Jan192017
    Walnuts

    The History of Wood: The Walnut

    Trees are a symbol of durability, of growth, and of the life they sustain. And while we often credit trees…

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  • Jan032017
    English Oak

    The History of Wood: The English Oak

    Wood is central to human existence – it’s built our shelters, cooked our food, and it’s kept us safe. It…

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