So what are you giving your ‘maids and matron’ as a thank you gift? Tell me, tell me… I love other peoples ideas, and while you type away your comments below to let us know your ideas, …let me show you what I’ve just found.
I have stumbled upon gorgeous, hand-made vintage charm bracelets that you could gift to your girls as a thank you for all that rushing around on the big day. Lets be honest, we wouldn’t make it to the alter without our maids and matron. These little bracelets ooze charm! Pardon the pun 🙂 They are very vintage and very Alice In Weddingland. I love this gold charm bracelet…
I am in love with the ‘drink me’ bottles!
The jewellery is delicately hand-made by Janine Byrom from Cherished Trinkets and is part of her Alice In Wonderland inspired jewellery series. Attached to the gold plated chain above is a teacup, teapot, top hat, drink me bottle, clock charm, White Rabbit charm, Mad Hatter charm and lots of gorgeous, delicate roses!
Janine also makes this bracelet in silver and you can get them from just £38 – a wonderful bargain considering they are one-offs. If your girls love vintage jewellery or charm bracelets these are a really quirky and very unique gift. We love hand-made stuff on Alice In Weddingland like our cakes, and the gorgeous wedding props we blogged about previously.
I love hand-made jewellery and I love finding special pieces that no-one else has that I can flaunt but ultimately I absolutely love introducing and being introduced to new things…so it’s no wonder I want one!
I want to wear one so that I can introduce people to them. And, I have to be honest, as I am in love with all things Alice In Wonderland, I have a soft spot for these bracelets.
Cherished Trinkets not only has a gorgeous looking website but also some stunning pieces of jewellery.
And a Frabjous Friday to you!
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