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Etsy Virtual Bridal Show: Day 5, Bridal Jewelry (3 of 3)

Welcome back to the Second Annual Etsy Virtual Bridal Show! This afternoon we present to you more sparkle and shine in the Bridal Jewelry category. Here is our final post of the day. Don’t forget to sign yourself up for today’s giveaways in part one and two as well as Monday’s and Wednesday’s giveaways!

I began the Etsy Virtual Bridal Show last year to support individual artisans and vendors and to provide couples with alternatives to the mass produced wedding finds out there is traditional stores. The bridal world is evolving and growing away from the expected and moving toward individual craftsmanship and DIY touches. What’s great about Etsy is that you too can have a handmade look to your wedding without sacrificing your fingerprints to your hot glue gun.

In addition to helping individually owned shops, I wanted to bring awareness to my chosen charity: Wish Upon A Wedding. “Wish Upon a Wedding is a nonprofit 501 (c) (3) organization that provides weddings and vow renewals to couples facing terminal illness or other serious life-altering circumstances, regardless of sexual orientation. Often, couples facing such situations do not have the energy, time, money, or resources needed to plan their wedding. Our organization takes care of all the details, offering couples a chance to relax and enjoy a very special day while surrounded by the love of their closest family and friends.” -www.wishuponawedding.org

Please note that donations are not required to view or for vendors participate in the show. This is my labor of love to bring awareness to Wish Upon A Wedding and my belief in supporting small businesses and individual artisans. If you feel led to help Wish Upon A Wedding accomplish their mission, please see Wish Upon A Wedding’s donation page.

Legal Mumbo Jumbo:
While I am a volunteer with Wish Upon a Wedding, Belle Memorie is not an official representative of Wish Upon a Wedding. In addition, Belle Memorie is not an official representative of Etsy or the vendors featured in the show. I have sought permission from each and every vendor featured to use their products and their photos. Please do not use these photos for personal gain or copy the designs presented. These products are the livelihood, passion, and intellectual property of each artist and to copy these items or to use them for person gain is both illegal and unethical.

Serrelynda’s Enchantment

Shimmer Jewelry

Silver Spoon Creations

Sol Bijou

Tatty Chic

The Red Magnolia

Town Country Jewelry

True Rebel Clothing

Two Be Wed Jewelry

White Tulip Boutique

Yutal

Yesteryear Glam

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Etsy Virtual Bridal Show: Day 5, Bridal Jewelry (2 of 3)

Welcome back to the Second Annual Etsy Virtual Bridal Show! This afternoon we present to you more sparkle and shine in the Bridal Jewelry category. Here is part two of three posts that the show will have for today. Don’t forget to sign yourself up for today’s giveaway and enter Monday’s giveaway!

I began the Etsy Virtual Bridal Show last year to support individual artisans and vendors and to provide couples with alternatives to the mass produced wedding finds out there is traditional stores. The bridal world is evolving and growing away from the expected and moving toward individual craftsmanship and DIY touches. What’s great about Etsy is that you too can have a handmade look to your wedding without sacrificing your fingerprints to your hot glue gun.

In addition to helping individually owned shops, I wanted to bring awareness to my chosen charity: Wish Upon A Wedding. “Wish Upon a Wedding is a nonprofit 501 (c) (3) organization that provides weddings and vow renewals to couples facing terminal illness or other serious life-altering circumstances, regardless of sexual orientation. Often, couples facing such situations do not have the energy, time, money, or resources needed to plan their wedding. Our organization takes care of all the details, offering couples a chance to relax and enjoy a very special day while surrounded by the love of their closest family and friends.” -www.wishuponawedding.org

Please note that donations are not required to view or for vendors participate in the show. This is my labor of love to bring awareness to Wish Upon A Wedding and my belief in supporting small businesses and individual artisans. If you feel led to help Wish Upon A Wedding accomplish their mission, please see Wish Upon A Wedding’s donation page.

Legal Mumbo Jumbo:
While I am a volunteer with Wish Upon a Wedding, Belle Memorie is not an official representative of Wish Upon a Wedding. In addition, Belle Memorie is not an official representative of Etsy or the vendors featured in the show. I have sought permission from each and every vendor featured to use their products and their photos. Please do not use these photos for personal gain or copy the designs presented. These products are the livelihood, passion, and intellectual property of each artist and to copy these items or to use them for person gain is both illegal and unethical.

Oooo! It’s another giveaway! Clay Bouquet Shop has donated a $25 gift certificate to one lucky winner.

“All of my sashes and ribbon headbands are made of jewelry (not appliques) which can be turned into necklaces, bracelets, earrings, or other fashion accessories to wear long after your wedding day. Contact me for details! All of my bouquets, bouts and corsages are custom made for each client. My Brooch Bouquets will be featured in the June issue of (201) Bride magazine!” To enter, visit Clay Bouquet Shop and pick your favorite item and post it in the comments section. To gain extra entries (please enter separate comments telling us you like or followed, like Clay Bouquet on Facebook, like Belle Memorie on Facebook, follow @ClayBouquetShop on Twitter, follow @bellememorie on Twitter. Best of luck to you! You have until April 21st to enter.

Don’t forget Monday’s and Wednesday’s giveaways!

Dreamcatcher Studio

Fiirs Designs

Gingeroni- Vintage Inspired Designs

Gypsymoon Designs

Hopscotch Couture

Jennifer Moon Bridal

Jewelry by Johan

JRS Custom Jewelry

Miss Joans Hobby: Happily Ever After

ORNENT

Renaissance Jewelry

Rose of the Mire

Etsy Virtual Bridal Show: Day 5, Bridal Jewelry (1 of 3)

Welcome to the Second Annual Etsy Virtual Bridal Show! Today we present to you a category sure to make your bridal ensemble sparkle and shine: Bridal Jewelry! Here is part one of three posts that the show will have for today.

I began the Etsy Virtual Bridal Show last year to support individual artisans and vendors and to provide couples with alternatives to the mass produced wedding finds out there is traditional stores. The bridal world is evolving and growing away from the expected and moving toward individual craftsmanship and DIY touches. What’s great about Etsy is that you too can have a handmade look to your wedding without sacrificing your fingerprints to your hot glue gun.

In addition to helping individually owned shops, I wanted to bring awareness to my chosen charity: Wish Upon A Wedding. “Wish Upon a Wedding is a nonprofit 501 (c) (3) organization that provides weddings and vow renewals to couples facing terminal illness or other serious life-altering circumstances, regardless of sexual orientation. Often, couples facing such situations do not have the energy, time, money, or resources needed to plan their wedding. Our organization takes care of all the details, offering couples a chance to relax and enjoy a very special day while surrounded by the love of their closest family and friends.” -www.wishuponawedding.org

Please note that donations are not required to view or for vendors participate in the show. This is my labor of love to bring awareness to Wish Upon A Wedding and my belief in supporting small businesses and individual artisans. If you feel led to help Wish Upon A Wedding accomplish their mission, please see Wish Upon A Wedding’s donation page.

Legal Mumbo Jumbo:
While I am a volunteer with Wish Upon a Wedding, Belle Memorie is not an official representative of Wish Upon a Wedding. In addition, Belle Memorie is not an official representative of Etsy or the vendors featured in the show. I have sought permission from each and every vendor featured to use their products and their photos. Please do not use these photos for personal gain or copy the designs presented. These products are the livelihood, passion, and intellectual property of each artist and to copy these items or to use them for person gain is both illegal and unethical.

Today’s giveaway is brought to you by 3 Little Pixies. This shop creates hand stamped sterling silver necklaces and bracelets help you brag about the special moments in your life. From wedding related to designs to gorgeous Mother’s Day gifts, you’re sure to find a personalized treasure! To enter to win this necklace, go to 3 Little Pixies shop and post a comment telling us what your favorite item is. Then, to gain additional entries add additional comments when you, like Three Little Pixies on Facebook, like Belle Memorie on Facebook, or post the following to your Twitter feed “Win a personalized necklace from 3 Little Pixies on the Etsy Virtual Bridal Show! #etsyvirtualbridalshow @bellememoire bellememorie.wordpress.com.” Don’t forget to post your additional entries in the comments section here on the blog.

Stay tuned for parts 2 and 3!

3 Little Pixies

Aawsomblei Jewelry

After Dark

Ali Christine Jewelry

All Things Tinsel

Artisan Look

Azure Treasures

Beads Story

Bridal Salon

Chinnerloulou

Cymbaline 84

Cynthia Couture

Doloris Petunia

Monday’s Finding: Rustic Diamonds: Rough and Uncut

Rough, uncut, unpolished diamonds are making their way in to the jewelry world as a beautifully rustic alternative to the typical shiny diamond found in most jewelry collections. Personally, I have never really been a fan of diamonds. I have always preferred gem stones (amethysts in particular) to the colorless diamond. It wasn’t until a month or so ago while skipping through Etsy that I first saw raw diamonds. They intrigued me and my rustic loving self finally had found diamonds I finally liked. These stones are beautiful when set for an engagement ring, wedding bands, bridal jewelry, and a great complement to a little black party dress.

So, I present to you an Etsy treasury filled with items from various artisans and two of my favorite rough cut diamond jewelers: Diamond in the Rough founded by Daniel Eskapa who uses using conflict free, certified, natural rough diamonds and a local fave of mine, Todd Reed of Boulder, CO.

‘Diamond in the Rough’ by ravengrrl

Jewelry designs featuring rough uncut diamonds


Rough Diamond and T…

$155.00

Amulette Chanceuse …

$860.00

Raw Diamonds and St…

$290.00

Aquamarine handlink…

$499.00

Chocolate Diamonds,…

$84.00

Rough Diamond Petal…

$225.00

Natural Rough Diamo…

$365.00

Platinum Eternity B…

$1680.00

14K White Gold Uncu…

$380.00

Black Diamond Rough…

$65.00

4 colored diamonds …

$635.00

1.17 ct Rough twini…

$1700.00

raw diamond channel…

$1400.00

Diamonds in the Rou…

$535.00

Smoky Quartz, Austr…

$163.00

Diamonds in the Rou…

$84.00

Treasury tool by Red Row Studio.

Diamond in the Rough

Bracelet
diamondintherough.com

Earrings
diamondintherough.com

Ring
diamondintherough.com

Ring
diamondintherough.com

Earrings
diamondintherough.com

Earrings
diamondintherough.com

ONW1017PDW8 29.16X16
diamondintherough.com

ONW1017PDW8 29.16X16
diamondintherough.com

ANW1073PDW8 59.33X16
diamondintherough.com

CPW5011PDW8 2.39X16
diamondintherough.com

Todd Reed Uncut Rough Diamonds