Bridal Bling: Free Patterns and Projects for Beautiful Handmade Wedding Jewelry Designs

23 May 2014

 
When you think of wedding jewelry or bridal jewelry, what comes to mind first? Pearls and diamonds, I bet--classic creamy white pearls that look stunning with wedding gowns and diamonds or diamond-like crystals that sparkle and shine for the big day. In our new free eBook, Handmade Wedding Jewelry: Patterns and Projects to Inspire Beautiful Wedding Jewelry Ideas, you'll get three free bridal jewelry project tutorials that feature classic pearls and sparkling crystals--a necklace, earrings, and a cuff bracelet.

Each piece of wedding jewelry in our handmade wedding jewelry eBook can be customized to match any bride's color palette, and the designs are suitable for the bridesmaids, mother of the bride or groom, other special ladies in the wedding party, and even the bride herself. Handmade jewelry for the bride can be her "something new" or "something blue," and her bridesmaids would love custom handcrafted wedding jewelry to wear on the big day that doubles as a bridesmaid's gift and treasured keepsake. Get your copy of Handmade Wedding Jewelry just in time to create beautiful bridal jewelry for June weddings!

pearl and wire modern bridal wedding earrings  

Pearl and Wire Earrings
by Rachel Savané

This stunning design gets its style from Scandinavian simplicity and attention to the functional aspects of a design. "In Scandinavian design, equal if not more attention is given to the functional elements, and they are integrated into the construction to elevate and enhance the entire work," Rachel says. "When creating earrings, I do not hide the practical by sticking a post on the back or hanging a fabulous design from a prefabricated wire. My earrings boast their curvilinear wire, which feeds through the ear and swishes back to add another dimension to the piece."

Rachel's striking wedding earrings are the perfect blend of form and function, contemporary and classic aesthetic for the modern bride who still appreciates a nod to the wedding tradition of pearl jewelry. Use soldering, basic fabrication, and polishing/finishing techniques in this tutorial

 
freshwater pearl and faceted gemstone collar-style wedding bridal bride's necklace

June Bride Freshwater Pearl Collar Necklace
by Mai Sato-Flores

This aptly-named design is the perfect statement necklace to hold its own with a sleeveless wedding gown. Any bride, in June or not, would stand out with this bold circle of freshwater pearls and faceted topaz around her neck.

Wrapped with wire to hold its distinctive collar shape and accented with a faceted quartz teardrop dangling in the front for a more formal feel, this necklace design by a fashionable New York jewelry artist takes handmade bridal jewelry to a whole new level.

 
Swarovski crystal and pearl Memory Wire multistrand cuff bracelet for wedding bridal brides

Multistrand Pearl and Crystal Cuff Bracelet
by Donna Kraidman

Memory Wire at its finest, this pearl cuff bracelet is accented with colorful Swarovski crystals that can be customized to match any bride's dream color palette, made all in clear crystals for the ultimate in bridal bling, or accented with black crystals for a fashionable black-and-white Old Hollywood feel.

It's the perfect gift for any member of the wedding party (little flower girls included) because the Memory Wire creates a perfect fit for everyone. The design is classic and versatile, making it an ideal piece to add to a handmade wedding jewelry shop. And how much fun would it be to have all of the bridesmaids and ladies in the wedding make these during a fun-filled bridal luncheon or brunch? Memories in the making!

Whether you have a June bride in your life or have a few more months to prepare, don't delay--get your free copy of Handmade Wedding Jewelry: Patterns and Projects to Inspire Beautiful Wedding Jewelry Ideas now and you'll be ready for wedding bells soon! (And if you're like me, you'd be happy wearing any of these pearlilicious designs any day, no wedding needed!)


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