Olia Designs is a great Brooklyn jewelry design studio that makes some wonderfully modern organic pieces, and not just for brides! Her prices are reasonable, making them wonderful gifts [especially the Zodiac necklaces], and to sweeten the deal, she’s offering 15% off for Brooklyn Bride readers with code BROOKLYNBRIDE through 4/1. You can use it on her site or when you go in to visit in person. Thanks Olia!
[images from Olia Designs]
Such a wonderful idea for a secret declaration of love between you and your honey…with messages like “Marry Me” and “Always”, its perfect for committments. [via Moco Loco]
[image from Yoon Jung Yun]
Hey everyone! Welcome to 2009! I’m so excited to be back blogging…hopefully the holidays have been as relaxing to you as they were to me… We started off our Christmas down in Louisiana with Chad’s family, then headed back for a week of quasi-relaxation….I spent most of my days in front of the laptop getting some exciting stuff together for Brooklyn Bride, but worked in some time with friends too.
So, to start this week off, lots of fun things that got started in 2008, but have flourished in 2009… stay tuned.
[That lovely lady above is my cousin Sheila who just got engaged at New Years....and yes, that IS her engagement ring! Designed 20 years ago by a Dutch designer, she's the only one who has this particular version]
[image from Jannes Bolten]
[images from Jane D'Arensbourg and Auto]
Chad and I have managed to finally get some wedding things done recently, including finding the wedding band of my dreams! Its by jewelry designer Linda Lee Johnson, who is exclusively sold at Barneys New York, as far as I can tell. I wish I could show you a picture, but any photos I’ve taken don’t do it justice, and there isn’t one online, so I thought I’d share some of her other work.
[images from Barneys]
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