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The Finishing Touch - The Brides Necklace


It was March 31st, 2007, a warm foggy day and the most important day of my life. On this day, I would stand before my family and my friends and say “I do” to the love of my life. It would be the day that I would marry my best friend, my one and only.

Everything on that day was perfect, even though it was pouring rain and many of the guests were late. I was extremely happy, and that was all that mattered. Being a jewelry designer, every small detail was thought through, from the flowers to the diamond drops dangling from my ears. As I looked in the mirror at the last moment before the grand entrance, I knew that I would never stop designing jewelry, especially for brides.

Since then, I have loved working with brides to create an exclusive necklace or bracelet which they can not only wear on their big day, but also for other special occasions. It may even be passed down to the next generation and worn for many weddings to come.

I was able to share my passion for designing with one of my best friends. She was a beautiful bride in August 2013, and even in the sweltering St. Louis heat, she managed to look amazing! I couldn’t have been more honored that I was able to make this necklace for her special day. She wore it beautifully! It features hand woven pearls with amethyst beads and a vintage silver filigree and amethyst centerpiece. Dangling from the center is an amethyst briolette. The amethysts in the necklace perfectly complemented the purple bridesmaid dresses.

If you are a bride looking for the perfect bracelet or necklace to illuminate your look, contact me to create your custom design. Please ask me how you can incorporate your vintage or antique family heirloom.

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