Engagement 101, a wedding planning blog that compliments the Engagement 101 print publication and website, recently featured a consumer’s reasoning behind their purchase of a palladium wedding band by Novell. The bride and groom were recently married in October 2008.
Wedding announcement from NYTimes.com (published on October 3, 2008):
Lainie Michele Friedman is to be married Sunday to Scott Gutterman at the Crystal Plaza, a caterer in Livingston, N.J. Rabbi Philip Goldberg is to officiate.
Ms. Friedman, 34, who will take her husband’s name, is the vice president for media relations at Colangelo & Partners Public Relations in New York. She graduated from American University. She is a daughter of Sheila Gloria Friedman of East Brunswick, N.J., and the late Ira Friedman.
Mr. Gutterman, 42, is the chief financial officer of the New York law firm Kelley Drye & Warren. He graduated from the State University of New York at Binghamton. He is the son of Lois Gutterman and Carl Gutterman of Allentown, N.J.
The groom chose a palladium wedding band from Novell.
The bride, who prides herself on being an educated and savvy shopper, had this to say about Scott’s selection – “We love the ring. I think it screams, ‘I’m strong, stable, solid and forever- just like the man wearing it!”
Novell wishes Mr. and Mrs.Gutterman a long and blissful lifetime together.
You can view more Novell wedding rings on the Engagement 101 website – including a set of Novell wedding bands prominently placed in the website header (which is seen with every page viewed), and in the featured gallery of wedding band designs.