Pearl Bracelet For Wedding Gift
Do you have any gift idea for your girlfriend’s wedding? Something significant for your bridesmaid? Simply you have a creative idea to design something. Or merely just wanting to pick-up new hobby. Be it a pearl bracelet or veil. White Design and Workshop is definitely for you. Come and experience our hands-on workshop.
Learn how to create your own pearl bracelet and personalize your own veil to compliment your inspired wedding or for that special occasion!
Pearl Bracelet with Charm by Ivy Teong, Juwelen Design
In this workshop, you will learn the introduction to different type of pearls, beads, ornaments, tools and materials used in bracelet making. During the making process, you will acquire basic skills of designing, beading, crimping, looping and other techniques in creating your personalize piece.
Materials provided: • Choice of different beads • charms design • clasps design
Personalize Veil by Kathy Foo, I am a Bride Wedding
In this hands-on workshop, you will custom veils. you will get to know a bit more about veils. The different types of veil (not just for weddings but for other special occasion as well), it's functions and the different ways to wear them. During the making process, you will learn some basic sewing techniques, as well as how to embellish with beautiful laces, pearls, ribbons, beading and other finishing details. Veiling materials will be precut with two lengths to choose from: a finger tip length or a birdcage veil.
Materials provided: • Choice of veil materials • embellishment • veil styles
At the end of the workshop, you will bring home your own master piece pearl bracelet complimentary and a complete personalized veil. But you can make one yourself (in fact, are TWO unique pieces!) for a fraction of the cost! One Regular ticket for 'I'm coming alone to have fun!' will be RM230; Buddies ticket for more than 2 person will only be RM195 per person! So gather your girl-friends so that: 'We are coming to have fun together!'
Grab this offers now and discover your hidden passion!
Timeless Pearl Necklace and Pearl Earrings. Classic style is timeless beauty and is all time favorite. Consider it as a gift for Mothers', loved ones or even yourself.
Item 1: Cultured fresh water pearl necklace
Item 2: Cultured fresh water pearl earrings
Necklace and earrings can offer separately.
It was believed started back to ancient Egypt, when people wove grasses and reeds into circles symbolizing love eternity and completeness. They wore their rings on the fourth finger of the left hand, on a believed that a vein from that finger link directly to the heart. The Romans called this the vena amoris, or "vein of love".
Over the years, the materials used for wedding rings evolved to leather, bone, and eventually metals such as iron, silver and gold. Later it moved on to diamond and other gemstones. During World War II, the Western married men who were stationed far from home decided to wear wedding rings as a reminder of their wives and families.
In many Western countries, couple wear wedding rings and engagement rings on the fourth finger of the left hands. In most Asian countries, people tend to follow the same. However, in many Northern and Eastern European countries, it is more common to wear the wedding ring on the fourth finger of the right hand.
The combination also happens to other tradition where couple wear wedding bands as engagement rings on their right hands, and upon mentioning their vows, they switch their rings to the left hand. Or wearing engagement rings on the left hand and wedding rings on the right. Or the groom put on the ring on the right index finger of the bride and after the ceremony, the bride typically moves the band to her ring finger.
For most couples, the three main rings worn will be an engagement ring, a ladies’ wedding band, and men’s wedding band.
"Sharing is caring", by Ivy Teong, Chief Designer, Juwelen Design. She is also the author for www.juwelendesign.blogspot.my