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For their children, Jessica Ballesteros chose Roman candles and sparklers.
Both work well with chocolates and strawberries and provide guests with a dry as well as a sweeter sparkler.
As Kelvin Chan reports for the Associated Press, the 59.6-carat pink sparkler was just bought for $71.2 million at an auction in Hong Kong.
Beatriz’s new sparkler is a one-of-a-kind ring made by Los Angeles jewelry artist Joy Smith of Communion by Joy.
After all, a pitch-perfect nail color will only serve to heighten the effect of that new left hand sparkler.
The 19-year-old picked the sapphire sparkler out of an array of engagement rings, and held onto it until her death in 1997.
While the hectic rhythm is still going strong (headline DJs and magnums with sparklers are never far out of reach), Ibiza is evolving, and as of late, has become more sophisticated and multifaceted.
At Effervesce on the back edge of the French Quarter, the list of sparklers runs to 300, nearly enough for each day of the year.
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