Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Wedding commission for a Hawaiian style wedding...

Almost done with my 3rd wedding commission this month. Still waiting for the brides anklet size and will finish that up for her. Then I've got a bead show to go to at the end of the month and will hopefully be able to to pick up some of the mother of pearl starfish for a different brides beach bride earrings. She knows that the supplier is out of the white ones..and is hoping to check out the ones that are gold lip shell..so a yellowy color on the back and cream on the front. She's thinking it might work better with her dress anyways. We are hoping! That will make 4 weddings this month.

Here are the completed pieces so far though for the New York bride having a Hawaiian style wedding:



and here is the anklet waiting to be clasped:



I think these are going to look so nice w/ her Hawaiian style wedding dress!

8 comments:

Kathy said...

Awesome! Matt says he plans to get married on a beach or up in the mountains. I say beach and I'll even buy his bride the jewelry because I know right where to get it!!

~Sandy~ said...

your jewelry is simply amazing! very creative and beautiful too :o)

Belle Adorn said...

Beautiful set Jamee! I really love how that multi strand bracelet turned out too. This bride should be very happy.

natsue said...

Hi Jamee,
Thank you for your splendid work! I really appreciate what you have created for my wedding. They match perfectly with my hawaiian dress.. I'll send you my pics after the wedding. Thanks.

Marjorie said...

You've outdone yourself with these! Simply stunning.

Jonara Blu Maui said...

Thank you everyone! And especially Natsue ...the beautiful soon to be bride that this jewelry was created for! Thank you for your kind comments! I think this jewelry is gonna look amazing on her!

Kokopelli said...

This set so beautiful! And it would look great on Natsue!
BTW, I left you an award on my blog, so come and check it out.

Betty BeadBug said...

these are so beautiful. I love the flower pendant. They definitely have a Hawaiian feel to them. I am sure she was pleased...I would have been.