Last week was a pretty big deal at the J’Adorn Designs studio!
I finally unveiled my new collection of jewelry and bridal accessories on Friday – which also happened to be my 30th birthday! I celebrated the big day by sending out a special gift to my email BFFs in the morning and throwing a virtual party on my Instagram page all day long. It was a great day of celebration that included three of my favorite things: cake, champagne, and beautiful jewelry!
In case you missed the announcement, here are some highlights of the new collection you’ll want to check out!
Our first BRIDAL BELT (which you can also wear as a headpiece!)
I’ll be sharing a bit about each piece from the new collection here on the blog in the coming weeks. Today I invite you to check out the full collection over in my online shop (and let me know if you have a favorite!)
All photos by Madison Short
You and me by the sparkling sea…
The set of coastal wedding jewelry featured in this elegant bayside photo session is full of deep greens and sparkling druzies evocative of the ocean. Today it’s featured on Artfully Wed! So to celebrate, I’m sharing this gallery of my favorite images from the cozy winter beach session. Enjoy!
Coastal Wedding Jewelry Pieces:
The only thing I love as much as elegant bridal jewelry is a gorgeous combination of wedding details!
Today I’m excited to share a collection of my favorite photos from a recent styled collaboration with Third Clover Paper! My elegant bridal jewelry made the perfect accent to these classic wedding invitations, establishing a timeless aesthetic that I just can’t get enough of.
My friend Caitlin of Third Clover Paper just unveiled her freshly rebranded business and new line of personalized paper goods. As part of the big reveal, she worked with Red October Photography to create some styled brand photographs. I felt so honored when she asked to feature some of my elegant bridal jewelry and accessories in these pictures.
What I love most about Third Clover Paper’s new collection of paper goods is its timeless aesthetic. Neutral colors and refined fonts take center stage in these designs with just the right amount of colorful accents. They’re the perfect combination of classic and stylish. This is the same style that I evoke in the elegant bridal jewelry that I design, so it felt natural to put our work side-by-side.
Third Clover Paper also offers a variety of customization options for their invitation suites. So, no matter how specific your design idea might be you can make it come to life! (And doesn’t everyone love the option of custom designs?)
I just can’t choose a favorite design from this collection! So tell me in the comments: which one do you like best? And which piece(s) of elegant bridal jewelry would you choose to put with your invitations?