For romantic, vintage inspired homewares and jewellery you can’t go past New Zealand based Emma Walsh. Currently studing Architecture and Interior design, Emma has spread her wings and is handcrafting a range of elegant designs using prepurposed vintage elements. These are ultra feminine, gorgeous pieces and will definitely bring a certain ooh lala to any beautiful bridal outfit. Check out her etsy or felt.co.nz stores
Debra Fallowfield, is a contemporary jeweller working in New Zealand, who uses precious metals such as gold, silver and platinum often set with rare gemstones or diamonds to create some really sensational rings. They have a bold tactile character and look so comfortable to wear. She also does commissions for wedding and engagment rings for those wanting something truly personal and one of a kind.
Stunning couture jewellery from Candy Spender, a Melbourne based designer who handcrafts limited edition fashion and bridal pieces. Her jewellery ranges are made from luxe Swarovski crystals, vintage, antique, semi-precious beads and stones which are augmented by original 24 carat gold, sterling silver and `black pearl’ plated pewter castings. You may burn a whole in your wallet purchasing her jewellery but I’m sure it will last a lifetime.
This is a bit left of field posting about a wedding related designer- but whose to say we can’t!? For exquisite wedding stationery and bomboniere, you can’t go past Angels Dreaming. They custom design to your style of wedding and all are handmade with a great attention to detail.