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Two
 Becoming 
Three

A lifelong promise, travels across the country, and an exciting new addition.

By Smyth Jewelers

Two
 Becoming 
Three

A lifelong promise, travels across the country, and an exciting new addition.

By Smyth Jewelers

Presented by:

Presented by:

When Stephanie and David fell in love, they knew they were forever. David proposed in beautiful Breckenridge, kicking off a road trip from Colorado to Baltimore, with a stunning engagement ring from Smyth Jewelers. Stephanie loved the ring instantly, and they celebrated all the way across the country.

The pair was elated when David Jr. came into the world. After a week in the hospital, David presented Stephanie with another Smyth box, a truly one-of-a-kind gift to celebrate their baby boy’s arrival.

David knew that Stephanie wanted a push present, and he created the perfect one—a custom band that matched her engagement and wedding rings, with three small stones, one for each member of their growing family. Stephanie “absolutely loves the push present” and says she and David hope to fill the entire band with diamonds.

Stephanie says she visits Smyth whenever she needs a gift or a special piece of jewelry. She always finds unique items, and the team makes her feel right at home. Smyth Jewelers is proud to have been a part of Stephanie and David’s story, and can’t wait to help them celebrate exciting milestones to come.


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