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October 8, 2011

Wedding Bells – The Joys of Creating Custom Jewelry

Sara’s bridal jewelry. I’m partial to the color combo, as those were our wedding colors, too! Deyla Haus Photography

I love making custom orders, in particular, for weddings. There is something so special knowing that your creations will be part of one of the most memorable days in someone’s life. I always feel completely honored when a bride-to-be asks me to make her jewelry and/or for her wedding party.

Bridesmaid’s jewelry for Meghan’s wedding

I think part of what makes it so exciting is that I get an inside look into the wedding preparations. Usually, I get to see a photo of the dress, learn what the wedding colors will be and the feel of the décor. I love the challenge of trying to create something based on someone else’s vision and imagination.

Meghan’s gorgeous wedding party. Erin Jean Photography

Earrings for Jennifer’s wedding

Faceted kelly green jade rondelles and a cluster of faceted Peruvian chalcedony on gold-filled wires.

Getting married soon, or know someone who is? Contact me if you’re interested in collaborating together to make some awesome jewelry for the big day!

Earrings for Annie’s bridesmaids. David Michael Photography

Stunning Annie and her bridesmaids. David Michael Photography


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