Our Crystal Vine Earrings have been on quite the transformational journey!
Or, to put it in a punny way: These Crystal Vine Earrings just keep on growing
Pictured above is their third iteration. Here, the crystals are wrapped in silver and feature a leaf triad instead of the opal drop of earlier versions.
New J’Adorn Bride Sarah saw these earrings (in their second version) on our Instagram feed and fell in love.
This second styling of the Crystal Vine Earrings were for Portland Bride Ari. Hers was the wedding that almost wasn’t. We covered her heartbreaking/heartwarming story on the blog just a few months ago.
AND… Ari’s earring aren’t quite ready to nestle in the jewelry box just yet! Her best friend loved them so much, she’s using them as her “something borrowed” for her upcoming wedding later this year.
In the journey of these Vine Earrings, Instagram strikes again! Ari saw J’Adorn Bride Rachel’s version, which inspired her to customize her own.
Bride Rachel (who lives in Germany) loved the look, but needed a shorter version. She worked with Designer Ali, who recommended a shorter pear shaped opal drop, via email to create the perfect pair for her wedding day.
We’ve got all of those details, including shots of her matching bracelet, here on the blog.
So, from the original pair in our Jewelry Shop, to Germany, then Portland and now to Ohio, we just love seeing this vine grow and grow!
Bride Sarah asked if they could be made in silver and with no drop (just the vine). Ali recommended adding the leaf triad to make the piece feel more complete, and Sarah agreed.
This specific customized pair features:
Delicate & Sparkly – the silver maximizes the shine factor!
Lightweight for all-day wear
Lever-back Closure – so dance your shoes off and know your earring will stay put!
Warm and Glowing in Gold
Icy and Sparkling in Silver
Which pair is your fave? AND… What will these earrings grow into next?! Let us know what you think in the comments. We just can’t get enough of these Crystal Vine Earrings.
(customize your pair here and keep the journey going)
Silver vine photos by Britney Clause Photography