Saturday, October 22, 2011

Something Old, Something New - A Tale of Two Necklaces (Part 4)

On October 8, 2011, Abby and Brian took the big leap and said, "I do" with Lighthouse Point as the beautiful backdrop. It's no surprise that this couple had unique finishing touches to match their quirky and fun personalities. A carousel, local food trucks, and breath-taking feather details in Abby's hair and on her dress were just a few of the details that made their day a stand out. 
Abby and Brian - never a dull moment!
bride on a ride
I was proud to be a small part of their wedding day. Abby wore my very first customized bridal piece. The necklace was upcycled from her mother's and grandmother's vintage jewelry. It was Abby's loving tribute to two special women and I felt honored to have played a part. 

OOAK necklace for a OOAK gal
Down the aisle in style
I wish the couple a lifetime of love, laughter, and happiness! To read more about the process of making Abby's necklace, click here. If you would like to transform your family heirlooms or vintage jewelry into a customized, one-of-a-kind piece, contact me, and together we can make the magic happen! 

You can also visit me at these upcoming shows:

November 1 - Hot Cup o' Handmade, Evening Trunk Show - Molten Java, Bethel, CT
November 11 & 12 -  Twist 7 - Holiday Fair - Northampton, MA

November 19 - The Wellesley Marketplace - Holiday Craft Festival - Wellesley, MA

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