DIY Wedding Jewelry

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Summary

 It is just about that time of year again. Time for weddings, weddings and more weddings.  These days brides seem to be big into the DIY wedding, creating everything from the centerpieces to the invitations to their and their bridal partys jewelry for the big day.  Making jewelry for your wedding doesn't have to be expensive or difficult. If you work on the pieces a little at a time you can have one of a kind, hand made pieces of jewelry for each of the women in your bridal party.

Not only will everyone look uniform but the bridal party will also have a wonderful keepsake from the wedding that they will cherish.  

Here are some tutorials, ideas and inspiration for you whether you are creating your own DIY wedding jewelry or helping out a friend who is getting married soon. If you need help with some of the basic tools or techniques there are lots of tutorials and informative articles right here on my store.
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1. Easy DIY Pearl Necklaces

The great thing about pearl jewelry is that it never goes out of style. Dressed up for the wedding or dressed down with jeans for an evening out on the town. These pieces will surely be worn long after the big day.  

This Keshi Pearls and Shell Pendant Necklace would be stunning for a casual beach location wedding.  
This beautiful You Were Made for Menecklace from Fusion Beads  is perfect for a V neck dress. Add the You Were Made for Mebracelet to complete the look. 
 The addition of silver pearls to this Necklace adds a hint of shine. Very classic but also modern and super easy to make. 
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2. Pearls and Crystal DIY Jewelry

These Do It Yourself Drop Pin and Crystal Earrings from Wedding Chicks add just the perfect touch of sparkle with the little crystal. Great for the bride or even someone attending the wedding.  

If you aren't much of a necklace person or if you want to make a small gift for your bridal party you might want to try out this Winter White Pearl and Glass Bracelet from right here. Pearls and sparkle. What's not to love?  
Also from Jewelry Making- This pair of Winter White Pearl and Glass Earrings is the perfect pair of earrings to go with the Winter White Pearl and Glass Bracelet. Wear together or alone. 
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3. Fabric and Pearl Necklaces Add Color

Fabric is a great way to bring in the other colors used in your wedding decor. Paired with pearls it is classic but also allows the DIY bride to personalize the wedding jewelry to match her chosen colors.  
This  Beaded Rose Necklace Tutorial from Sew Sweet Stitches is easy to make and adds just a touch of color.  
Freshwater Pearl Necklace with Fabric Rose Accents from The Creative Goddess is a piece with a lot more presence. A large piece like this for the bride and then a Beaded Rose Necklace from the previous paragraph for all of the attendants would be a way to set the bride a part from the rest of the party while still having jewelry that is similar in look.  
The Custom Made Pearl Necklace from the Martha Stewart Website looks simple but sophisticated. It would add a little something extra if you could add ribbon from the bridal partys floral bouquets to the necklace. 
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4. Non Traditional Accessories

Not all of a brides accessories need to be traditional jewelry pieces. This is the brides time so shine and show off her unique style and taste.   
You might like this pair of Luxe Wedding Hair Combs from Beadaholique for your hair.  
Rebecca Tiara from Spoilt Rotten shares a fun, sparkly tiara for the bride who might like something a little different in her hair.  
This Rose Cuff Bracelet from Ruffles and Stuff would be sweet on the wrist of the flower girl.   Whatever you decide to DIY for your wedding have fun and be sure to let your personality shine! 
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