I Do . . . Wedding Work

I finished most of the pieces (with the exception of the bride's earrings and hairpiece) for the sweet yellow/ivory/gold wedding I'm doing, and here are the necklaces for the two remaining bridesmaids. (If you missed my first post with pics of the other bridesmaids' necklaces, it's here.)

And when I was finished working on those, I was still in a very wedding-jewelryish mood, so I made these two as bridal pieces for yet unidentified brides. Are you one of those brides? If so, leave me a comment!

Here, I've suspended a large and very sparkly rectangular chandelier crystal, like one gigantic emerald-cut diamond, from a hand-knotted vintage strand of faux Japanese pearls with a really gorgeous ivory lustre. If I were going to get married again, I might very well wear this one.

And this one is composed of extra-large faux pearls (glass, so they have a really nice weight) and a couple of layered vintage brass flowers and a little freshwater pearl for the center. Classic, but updated with a little well-placed asymmetry.

Closes with a vintage faux pearl clasp.

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