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Kentucky Derby Fashion

Jupiter Jewelry shares the bling goes best with big hats and mint juleps...

Big hats, cool cocktails and preppy fashion... Every girl knows there's much more to the Kentucky Derby than horse racing!

Here's a round up of some fashion inspiration for this weekend's Derby festivities... and some of our favorite Jupiter Jewelry cocktail rings that pair perfectly with mint juleps!

Macaron Day in NYC | March 20, 2015

Discover macarons in New York, as bakeries across the city once again come together to provide free macarons to customers.


To receive a free macaron tell the shop you are there for Macaron Day NYC.






In 2010, François Payard, chef and owner of FP Patisserie and François Payard Bakery in New York, organized the first annual Macaron Day in NYC. Macaron Day NYC is inspired by and coincides annually with the Jour du Macaron in Paris, created by la Maison Pierre Hermé Paris in association with the Relais Desserts.




A macaron is a classic French cookie. The soft, crunchy, delicate shell is made from almond flour, sugar and egg whites, sandwiching a smooth layer of creamy ganache. 


Macarons come in an assortment of colors and flavors. They are best enjoyed one leisurely bite at a time.


*Macaron storage: macarons can be stored in the refrigerator for up to one week. They should be taken and brought to room temperature 4 hours before consumption. Enjoy!



Bisous, Ciao. Macarons

Bouchon Bakery

Butterfield Market


Chantilly Patisserie


Eclair Bakery



Epicerie Boulud


FP Patisserie


Francois Payard Bakery

Macaron Café


Macaron Parlour


Mad-Mac “The Authentic French Macarons”

At  Bernardaud


Michael Allen International Confectioner


At Fresh Fanatic Organic Market


Mille-Feuille Bakery


Spot Dessert Bar


Sugar and Plumm

Summer Soiree | Pink + Red

Spring is in the air (well not really in the air, but it is in my heart) better yet, summer is around the corner! With the arrival of warmer weather, taking our social gatherings outside is a wonderful way to enjoy the fresh air and engage in summertime festivities.

Dress | Anthropologie  // Source | Inspired by This

Dress | Anthropologie  // Source | Inspired by This

Source | Pinterest 

Source | Pinterest 

Flowers | Pink Peonies + Red Coxcomb in milk glass vase

Flowers | Pink Peonies + Red Coxcomb in milk glass vase

Strawberry + Watermelon infused water        Etsy Shop | The ArtWerks

Oscars 2015

If you missed the Oscars last night, here is a little fashion news for you...

Lupita Nyongo stunned us with a fitted Pearl embellished dress by designer Calvin Klein!!!


Inspired by this stunning dress is our Pearl embellished clutch. Elegantly designed with hand set mother of pearls, this evening bag is sure to be a statement piece. 

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Studio DIY: Balloons with Gold Paint

Today's post is featured on STUDIO DIY's site

What you will need:

Balloons (Inflated, with either helium or air!)
Gold Craft Paint
Paint Brushes (Different sizes and bristle-types will give you different splatters. Experiment!)
Tarp or Other Protective Surface (This gets messy!)

What to do:

 To get a better splatter, you need to thin out your paint. This may vary based on the type of paint you used, but I used about a three-to-one, paint-to-water ratio. Mix with a paintbrush. Before anything else, cover your entire workspace in a large tarp. The paint gets everywhere, so be safe! And don’t wear anything fancy, just in case it gets on you too. Not that this happened to me or anything…

To splatter your balloons, dip your brush in the watered-down paint, hold on to the tail of your balloon and go to town! You can flick the brush, tap the brush or do whatever you please to get the paint on the balloon. This is not a precise process, folks! Note: Large splatters will drip down the balloon a little as they dry because of the round surface. I found using a combination of softer bristled and smaller brushes gave me the look I liked best. After you’re happy with your splattter-age (That’s totally a word.), let the balloons dry completely, making sure they don’t touch each other until fully dry. Mine actually dried fairly fast (in about a half hour), but this will again depend on your paint!


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A mocktail never looked so good! 

Baby Mama Mocktail

In a cocktail shaker filled with ice, pour 1 cup cranberry juice, 1/2 cup apricot juice and 1/2 cup pineapple juice. Shake well until drink is ice cold, and strain into a wine glass or martini glass (there will be extras!). Don’t forget a fruity garnish! 

Sparkling Sunrise Mocktail

Fill a large wine glass with ice. Fill halfway with sprite, then the remainder with orange juice. Top with a shot of grenadine. The grenadine should sink to the bottom, giving your drink a “sunrise” effect. Float strawberries on the top to finish it off.