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Stuller’s Year of the Wedding

Celebrating rescheduled dreams coming true in 2021.

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Stuller’s Year of the Wedding

(PRESS RELEASE) LAFAYETTE, LA — Fine jewelry manufacturer Stuller Inc. is celebrating couples who are preparing to finally say “I do,” after a year of rescheduled wedding celebrations.

“With a global pandemic, the wedding industry certainly took a hit in every way possible — postponed weddings, delayed engagements, restricted celebrations, and more,” says Morgan Waters, executive director of marketing services and events. “But the industry has responded with new ways to help make dreams come true, and we expect 2021 to be a year to remember.”

This year, the company is focused on providing jewelers with everything they need to make their customers’ dreams come true.

Stuller offers a complete assortment of bridal options from mountings and findings to diamonds and gemstones. Our ever&ever collection, flexible 3C designs, and designer bridal collections round out our selection along with the tools, materials, and resources necessary to create a memorable custom experience.

“While we know some weddings might look different this year, brides are focusing on what is most important, and jewelers will no doubt have a starring role in each happily ever after,” says Alex Stuller, senior bridal director. “That’s why our team has curated collections of classic, contemporary, and on-trend products we know your customers will love.

Throughout the year, Stuller is also producing a collection of photos, videos, and other marketing materials that are free for jewelers to use. “We will be uploading fresh content to assist jewelers in their marketing efforts as well,” says Waters. “Stuller is the destination for all things wedding.”
To learn more, head over to here to kick off this year’s celebration of love finding its way.

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