I’m going to be honest; I have a bit of an obsession with weddings.
I blame this on Princess Diana. Some of you might remember that royal wedding, and the stir that it caused, even here in the States. I got up very early to watch Diana marry Charles with blurry, but starstruck eyes and from that moment on, I couldn’t get enough of the fairy tale. I begged my mom to buy bridal magazines when we were in the grocery store and when I got my hands on one, I would mark the pages of the things I liked the best. My ‘perfect’ wedding dress changed every day.
Imagine my bliss when TLC, and other networks, began airing so many bridal shows. It is a guilty pleasure of mine. I don’t ever get tired of watching someone Say Yes to the Dress, and I am completely enamored with everything David Tutera does.
I can’t imagine why it took me so long to bring this love into my jewelry designs, but now that light has dawned, I am so excited to introduce The Boho Bride Collection to my shop. Some of these new designs will fall into the Traditional category, but I am even more enthusiastic about bringing gorgeous styles to the less traditional bride; fun, original and more than a little Boho.
As always, I am more than willing to entertain custom orders, taking colors and styles into account. Want earrings for a bridal party where half of the attendants are metal sensitive, and one without pierced ears at all? I can work with that — gladly.
Whether you are married, engaged or still dreaming of your wedding day; do you consider yourself to be a traditional bride? What sorts of elements are most important to wedding accessories? Pearls? Sparkles? I would love to read your feedback!