Ever After Wedding Market: Metal and Lace

Posted by Azure on April 24th, 2009
About Ever After Wedding Market Metal and lace create a dichotomy of delicate details and weathered metal in this theme suggested by Artful Beginnings.

The Black and White Lotus Pendant from Blazer Arts is a wonderful example of combining metal with a delicate treasure. It features an oxidized sterling silver flower blossom with a genuine black fresh water pearl at the center. The Fair Trade Green Tourmaline Ring from McFarland Designs spotlights a California green tourmaline in a gold setting on a layered gold and lightly oxidized sterling silver band made from recycled sources.

Add a touch of Gothic drama with the Gothic Wedding Collar Necklace from Glamorosi. This hand-woven lace design is composed of faceted hematite beads in a gunmetal tone with sparkling Swarovski crystal bicones and drops in red and silver. No matter what the occasion the Black Tie Affair Bracelet from Nansglam will certainly add a touch of modern sophistication. This black and white chunky bracelet combines large white freshwater pearls, white rice pearls and sparkling Swarovski crystals.

This Wedding Monogram Design from Simply Embellish Designs has a bold brocade pattern printed on white matte square stickers with personalization options that make it easy to match your wedding. The Punch Card Wedding Invitation from Letterpunch Design has a fun retro design in red and black with modern text and just the right dash of grunge. Make an impression with the beautiful swirls and bright colors of the Kiara Wedding Invitation from Designer Photo Imaging.

Inspired by antique linens and embroideries, the Lace Photo Album Keepsake with hand-stitched beads and pearls from Daisyblu is a delicate album you’ll treasure for years. Gold Lace Drop Earrings from Nina Renee Designs offer delicate feminine swirls of brass filigree hand painted in a rich espresso with a dash of gold glitter for extra sparkle.
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