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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.
The 19-year-old picked the sapphire sparkler out of an array of engagement rings, and held onto it until her death in 1997.
After all, a pitch-perfect nail color will only serve to heighten the effect of that new left hand sparkler.
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.
The future monarch took the 12-carat sapphire-and-diamond sparkler to Africa to pop the question, carrying a piece of his mom's memory in his backpack for three weeks until the right moment came.
Outside the main gallery doors are giant clusters of stainless-steel spikes, like frozen sparklers, with cast-iron modeled hammerheads providing a central core.
Kelly passes along light-years of fascinating trivia, such as that eating dill prevents in-space flatulence and that the smell of space is like sparklers on the Fourth of July.
Maybe Scott tenderly asked Richie (who previously dated Justin Bieber) to be his girlfriend, and the sparklers and dessert are the celebrity edition of a promposal.
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