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Melissa Curtin covers charity and style related events and loves to cover LA's best in beauty, fashion, and culture. She is an educator who recently returned to the classroom to motivate and inspire third graders at a private school in Pacific Palisades. In 2012, she launched an educational T-shirt line called Wear2learn. When she is not working out, hiking a canyon, or at the beach, she is writing. Her latest dream come true has been travel writing for Johnny Jet.

After teaching in the Maryland public school system for almost a decade, she left the conservative East Coast environment in Washington, DC for West Coast living. Eager for adventure, inner growth, and a new environment, she packed her car and took to the open road on her own landing in her new home - Hollywood, California. As a Connecticut Yankee at heart, she has now lived in Los Angeles for six years surrounded by the stars.

Melissa graduated from Gettysburg College with a double major in psychology and art history. Soon after, she earned a Master's Degree in education. Melissa traveled around the world on Semester at Sea, and earned a Fulbright Scholarship which enabled her to teach in England. A lust for travel and learning has fueled her globe trotting ever since. Some of her favorite destinations are Costa Rica, Thailand, Fiji, Morocco, Vietnam, Belgium, Italy, Sicily, Prague, Egypt, Australia, Greece, and Paris.

Los Angeles has won over her heart. She is constantly taking advantage of what LA LA Land has to offer - new boutiques and restaurants, finding great deals, discovering new hikes and beaches, music, and West Coast fashion.

Isabelle Grace Jewelry For Mother’s Day

Katherine Heigl wearing a script name charm necklace by Isabelle Grace Jewelry

Katherine Heigl wearing a script name charm necklace by Isabelle Grace Jewelry. (Photo credit: Isabellegracejewelry.com)

Isabelle Grace Jewelry is a classic and chic jewelry collection inspired by the most important things in life: family, children and love. Isabelle Grace’s hand-crafted pieces will be cherished and become a family heirloom. When you select a piece from Isabelle Grace Jewelry, you know you own something that will be adored for a lifetime!  Mom will love keeping her kids close to her heart with these beautiful jewelry pieces, personalized with names, birth dates and much more.

Celeb moms like Tori Spelling, Alyson Hannigan and Katherine Heigl love Isabelle Grace Jewelry. Here are some of the ways you can personalize your jewelry HERE. Some of my favorite personalized charm necklaces for baby mamas are below, but click HERE for many ideas. My favorite is the simple Signature Initial Necklace.

Script Name Charm Necklace ($135)

A great classic piece and a best seller! Charms are completely made and inscribed by hand from fine silver and completed by applying a brushed matte finish. Personalize with your child’s name and add their birthdate to the backside. Add your choice of charms such as stars or hearts, tags or stones to finish the look. Treat mom like the princess she is this Mother’s Day with this classic beauty.

Mario Lopez with his wife wearing a script name charm necklace by Isabelle Grace Jewelry.

Mario Lopez with his wife wearing a script name charm necklace by Isabelle Grace Jewelry. (Photo credit: Isabellegracejewelry.com)

Script Name Charm with Gold Heart Necklace ($155)

Simple, sweet and unique…this piece will be loved for years and years. These charms are completely made and inscribed by hand of fine silver and the look is completed by applying a brushed matte finish.  Personalize your Script Name Charm with your child’s name and birthdate on the back. The puffed gold heart, made of 22 kt. gold, completes the necklace giving it an extra special touch!

Signature Initial Necklace with Vermeil Mini Necklace ($125)

The Signature Initial Charm Necklace features a disc made of fine silver with a stamped initial accented in 22kt gold. The backside can be inscribed with your child’s birthdate. This is a great piece for everyday wear and for layering with other necklaces. Make it extra special by adding additional charms or tags—you can even add a mini tag with hubby’s or her initial, too.

Lindsay Price wearing a signature initial necklace by Isabelle Grace Jewelry

Lindsay Price wearing a signature initial necklace by Isabelle Grace Jewelry. (Photo credit: Isabellegracejewelry.com)

Love Tag Necklace ($120)

This #1 selling necklace features a unique heart design with fine silver tags that are double-sided and custom stamped with your child’s name on the front and date of birth on the back and feature a distinctive puffed heart design in 22kt gold. Love Tags are made by hand, giving each piece its own unique personality. Give your #1, this #1 this Mother’s Day!

Script Name Charm Necklace with Gold Star Necklace ($155)

The classic Script Name Charm has a trendy look with a puffed gold star. Completely made and inscribed by hand from fine silver with a brushed matte finish. Inscribe your child’s name or initials on the front and birthdate or a special message on the back. Perfect for the mom who likes understated yet fun jewelry.

Alison Sweeney wearing a love tag necklace with golden heart by Isabelle Grace Jewelry.

Alison Sweeney wearing a love tag necklace with golden heart by Isabelle Grace Jewelry. (Photo credit: Isabellegracejewelry.com)

Signature Mini Tags Necklace ($125)

One of Isabelle Grace’s most charming designs! A sweet, fine silver initial tag is accented with a sparkling cubic zirconia, made even sweeter by adding a gold heart tag. Each charm is completely handmade – each piece is a custom creation. Inscribe the back with your child’s birthdate. What a fun and unique Mother’s Day gift for your special mama!

All pieces shown, plus many more, are available on the Isabelle Grace Jewelry website.

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