Natasha Dorion – Wedding Commission

Natasha Dorion married Jonathan Bromley on the 4th August 2012 in Charlottetown, Canada. If you recognise Jonathan’s surname Bromley it is because he is my husband’s cousin so I was delighted and honoured when Natasha approached me to create bracelets for her six bridesmaids.

Natasha wanted something elegant, simple and personal which all her bridesmaids, including a ten year old, could wear on the day and have as a keepsake for being part of her and Jonathan’s special day.

Having seen the Pierrine Pearl Initial Charm Bracelets, Natasha enquired whether she could have bracelets very similar but using a smaller sized bead. I had only made the bracelet using 12mm Swarovski Crystal Creamrose Pearls before so it was lovely to create a more delicate looking bracelet using 6mm pearls instead.

I have enjoyed taking an existing design and doing something different with it and think the end result is a design that works really well as not everyone likes chunky jewellery.

Bridesmaid Bracelets:

Bridesmaid Initial Charm Bracelets

Natasha received the jewellery in the post just before she left the UK and they travelled with her to Canada where Jonathan and her have moved and started married life together.

All that’s left to say is congratulations to Mr and Mrs Bromley on their marriage. I wish them all the best and hope to visit them in Canada in the not so distant future.

Here are some photos of the jewellery being warn on their special day:

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Hope you have enjoyed viewing these designs and I would be happy to hear any comments.

If you like these designs and would like to enquire about using Pierrine’s bespoke wedding jewellery service please contact me on –
pierrine@cwgsy.net

Thanks

Nicole

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One thought on “Natasha Dorion – Wedding Commission

  1. Simple and elegant bracelets, I bet they looked great and the bridesmaids loved them.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Siân :0)

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