Sunday, March 13, 2005

Hawaiian wedding pictures and a very dear friend...

I'm so excited to share these pictures...Kathy and I have become great freinds after I made her wedding jewelry last year... so these pictures are very special to my heart. She got married here on Maui, though she lives far far away on the mainland..east coast mainland that is. She is just the sweetest little thing and a joy to have in my life :)


Kathy Kipke-Judy


Kathy's cousin Diane


Kathy and Mark Judy with their wedding party at the Heritage Gardens in Iao Valley Maui, Hawaii.
December 3, 2005


Both Kathy and Diane's dresses looked beautiful in the tropical garden the wedding was held at. Kathy's with just a hint of pink and Diane's a deep rich purple. The bottom half of both of the dresses had soft layered material that as you can see flowed beautifully the Maui trade winds :)

Now for some closeup's on the jewelry:

This is Kathy's Necklace...she requested that I make matching earrings and a bracelet for her. I'll post them next, but I apologize for the picture not being the greatest quality.


The complete set


And here is Diane's jewelry.


Kathy also requested a bracelet for Diane's set and later as a present she requested a matching anklet. This is a picture of the anklet..the bracelet was just the same only smaller of course :)


And this one's 'just because'...don't they make a great couple?

3 comments:

Pink Plumeria said...

I love looking at the pictures on your site -- beee-uuuuu-ti-ful! Especially ones of your customers wearing the jewelry. What a great testament to your work!

KTBUG said...

I do hope that the wisdom tooth (or lack thereof) is feeling better. Now that I passed the dental anesthesia exam I could have gotten you numb :) I can’t wait until I graduate school and I can splurge money on things that I WANT not NEED. Like your jewelry. You can totally plan on me ordering some things in June.

Stefani said...

Hello -

I found you through Hilari's Make Me and wanted to tell you your jewelry is beautiful - so subtle and natural! I'll keep reading...