There are few things I love more in this world than simple, versatile jewelry. I'm not the sort of gal who buys into a lot of trends, spending chunks of her paychecks to expand her accessory collection. I prefer to buy well-made pieces that I know I can still wear years from now--jewelry I know I will have memories in. My dear friend Amy Margaret makes such jewelry, and I've been fortunate enough to wear many of her creations. She has a new collection that I thought you would love to see. For modern or boho brides, this may be just the ticket to what you have been looking for to pair with your dress or to give to your bridesmaids. Made by hand in her lovely little studio on Bainbridge Island, this jewelry is an extension of Amy Margaret's philosophy of love, peace, and lots (and lots) of joy.
Above, this multi-chain necklace would be stunning with a bridal party in LBDs. It's simple and chic and just the tiniest-weeniest bit rock 'n roll. After the wedding, this will become one of your jewelry staples, going on casual days to the market or a night out on the town.
This beaded nylon chain (above) is a terrific option for a boho bride wearing a flowing, laidback gown. It has the perfect amount of gleam, without threatening to overwhelm your dress. Below, this simple chain with a peace charm could go sweetly vintage or edgy and modern. Your choice. But either way, it's a classic.
Snake beads (below) make a bold statement. However, this necklace blends demure with global trends to create a simple necklace you can wear with anything (but, if I had to choose, looks really splendid with a boatneck).
Want something special to wear to your rehearsal dinner? This multi- strand, mixed-metal bracelet is unfussy and uncomplicated (just like how you want your wedding to go the following day).
Although most of this jewelry is for modern or boho brides, these vermeil geometric earrings (above) work for any dress. The glow off the beads is so warm and would be flattering on a wide variety of skintones. On the other side of the spectrum, these etched copper dagger earrings are definitely for a bride with an unconventional streak (below).
You'll notice when you peruse Amy Margaret's site that she loves rings and hoops, and nowhere is that more evident than in her refined collection of earrings.
Go all metal or opt for a touch of color, as with these aqua and brass earrings above.
Find more little lovelies at AmyMargaret.com.