The royal wedding had so many beautiful moments; Prince Harry whispering to Meghan Markle that she looked amazing in her wedding dress, Meghan's mother Doria Ragland getting emotional when she saw her daughter walk up the aisle, and Princess Charlotte waving to Harry and Meghan as they drove off in their carriage.
One beautiful moment that wasn't televised was Meghan giving her new sister-in-law, Kate Middleton, and five other close friends including Benita Litt, and Jessica Mulroney, a custom Zofia Day bracelet that she had commissioned. The bracelet is called "The Kensington," of course, and it's made of yellow gold.
"It's an overwhelming honor to be part of history and for my pieces to be given as a keepsake for this momentous occasion," Lisette Polny, the founder of Zofia Day told People. Want to be just like K-Mid and co? Well now you can buy the bracelet for $450 directly from the site.
Zofia Day pieces made another appearance at the royal wedding, adorning the necks of Rylan and Remi Litt — daughter's of Meghan's friend Benita. They wore the Windsor Heart Pendant Necklace and the Charlotte Bow Necklace — both apt names for the occasion.
"I have always wanted to create a petite line, and my daughter loves to wear my designs," Polny told People magazine. "So I decided to make Benita's girls some special pieces for their special day."
Benita and her daughter Remi.
Meghan has worn Zofia Day before, choosing a pair of diamonds studs (Dash Ear Studs) which are $600 for her Vanity Fair cover, and one of her favorite rings is also by Zofia Day, (the Bar Stack Ring) with pave diamonds for $715.
The LA-based brand was started by Lisette Polny in 2012 to celebrate life's milestones — starting with her engagement ring. The brand is named after her grandmother and daughter.
This post was written by Phoebe Parke. It originally appeared on our sister site, Grazia Daily.
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