My Wedding Jewellery – Trial Projects

I got married in 2010.  I was determined to make myself some beautiful pearl jewellery and my own tiara, a project which I had never previously attempted. It was actually a huge success! Unfortunately, after scrutinizing some 200+ wedding photographs, I cannot find one that shows off my simple freshwater pearl necklace and bracelet with matching drop earrings! This is the best I can offer:

Here is a picture of my tiara shortly after I completed it:

And here is the first tiara I ever made, when I was practising for my wedding jewellery:

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4 Responses to My Wedding Jewellery – Trial Projects

  1. e1aine says:

    I like these vey much. I have never attempted a tiara, they look very difficult.

    • Thank you, I was very pleased with the outcome and it spurred me on to try more, but I haven’t quite got round to it. I made my mum a lovely fascinator for her wedding outfit, and I made some headbands for myself and my fellow bridesmaids at my best friend’s wedding later in the year.

  2. e1aine says:

    PS. You look beautiful in your photo.

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