While perusing Etsy, as we are wont to do, we saw some exquisite handmade jewelry. Okay, when haven't we found gorgeous things on Etsy? But we immediately fell in love with the items in Thyme2dream's shop. It's easy to see that she's a big fan of the Lord of the Rings trilogy. Her interpretations of elven and fairy jewelry are simply beautiful.
We grabbed some examples for you, including some tiaras and circlets, ear cuffs, and hair combs. You must see the detail to understand how gorgeous her work is. And all of her items are extremely affordable. Even if you're on a tight budget you can find something to suit your needs. Go on, check it out!
Items mentioned in this post can be purchased at Thyme2dream.etsy.com.
For a bit of a glamour, here's a Kate Spade pair adorned with a bow but you don't have to splurge to look fantastic on your wedding day and this reasonably priced style will convince you. Check out the rest of the styles in the adjoining gallery and enjoy the shimmery gold looks for a wedding that is sure to be beautiful.
This week it was all about the theme wedding. Renaissance weddings, to be exact. Let's take a look at what we've found for you:
Nothing completes your look like the perfect shoe, and here's where the Renaissance bride can find authentic-looking footwear to complete her costume. If moccasin styles are your thing, check out these hand-crafted, leather shoes. The sole is made of Neoprene for long wear. Choose from low and high-top moccasin (about $72-90), open-toe sandal (around $50), or tall boot styles (about $250) in a variety of colors. You control the fit by loosening or tightening the laces.
If you're looking for a more simple option, try these ankle latchet shoes ($125). Browse the website for several styles of Renaissance style shoes and take note of the period dates for each style, so you can be sure you've got the perfect match for your dress. You're sure to dance the Renaissance night away in these great shoes.