Our latest collection of accessories is meant to live beyond your wedding day, passed down to the next generation for their walk down the aisle. These heirloom-worthy pieces—jewelry, clutches, veils, and more—made us wonder about the somethings old and borrowed of the women at our home office, and the stories behind them.
From Kelly S.
“It was my husband’s late-grandmother Elvira’s wish that we use all of the diamonds from her wedding ring to form my own…and she had quite a few diamonds! We used the main stone for my engagement ring, and we set the smaller stones into two interlocking bands. I never had the privilege of meeting her, but I’m often told she was a beautiful spirit and hope to pass the rings onto my own grandchildren someday.”
Photo credit: Demi-Brooke Photography
From Lindsey L.
“My mother and I love antiquing together. We discovered this incredible beaded clutch on an outing together, and I just knew I would carry it in my wedding. My sister recently got married and used this same clutch. I love that it will be a treasured heirloom in our family for generations.”
Photo credit: Krystal Mann
From Emily W.
“Although my grandmother passed away before my wedding, she was present with me the entire day. Not only did she bestow her wedding band to me, I also wore her mink stole over my gown. My mother remembers when my grandfather brought the stole home for her; it was the most beautiful thing he’d ever gifted my grandmother, costing way more than their military salary could afford. She was overwhelmed with tears. Being able to wear something that had brought so much happiness to people I love meant the world to me. I can only hope it’s a sign of the sixty plus years of marriage my grandparents shared together.”
Photo credit: GraceD Photography