by Adore Amor Event Planning & Little Blue Bird Photography
I have hosted numerous showers in my home and simply love the intimacy and privacy an at home shower provides. There is just something special about opening your home to your closest friends and celebrating such a sentimental milestone in such a relaxed atmosphere. Back in June we put together a fabulous at home shower and I can’t wait to share all of the lovely details from it! Stay Tuned!
Dually honored this month to not only get to make a few charms for this gorgeous bride, but to also be chosen & trusted to assist her photographer in capturing the big day. If you can’t tell the little details are my favorite part of any wedding and this one was chalk full of gorgeous little additions. Photos by: Little Blue Bird Photography Make Up by: In2yourbeauty
Purchase this charm here: Adore Amor Accessories on EtsyCongratulations newlyweds, enjoy your honeymoon and I wish you both many many years of happiness. If you would like to see more images from this Florida Beach Wedding and others you can head over to the Little Blue Bird Photography Website
I love the pairing of this brooch that Karla found with the frames she got from my shop for her sister in law’s wedding last weekend. I also just started carrying these gorgeous rhinestone floral pins in the shop. You can find them here: Pins
How do I attach my charm? This is one of the most common questions I get asked. So I have compiled a few tips and tricks to ensure the best presentation of your charm on your bouquet.
1. Position on the bouquet
Placement on the bouquet is the first thing you will want to determine. My suggestion is to pin it about 1/2″ – 1″ down on the stems. Hanging the charm from this height will give it a balanced look for photos and also give your hands plenty of room to hold the bouquet just beneath the charm.
Photo Credit: A Bryan Photo
2. Floral Pins
The most common way to attach a charm is by use of floral pin. You can purchase these from my Etsy site or request them from your florist. The pin can be stuck through the center of the bow itself or through the jump ring used to attach the bow to the frame.
3. Lobster Clasp
In the event that you want to use your charm on something other than a bouquet the lobster clasp’s can be easily attached to your photo charm. To attach with a lobster clasp to a bouquet you will just need to be sure that you have a ribbon that is skinny enough to close the clasp around.
Hanging your photo frame from a jeweled brooch is a very popular option. The brooches all attach with locking pins and add a great deal of bling to your bouquet while also serving a functional purpose.
These small tiles make the perfect bridesmaid accessory. Shown with a small pearl, a gem in any color can be added to the bottom to tie into the bride and groom’s colors.
Click here to request a custom set.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How do I send my photo to you?
A: The best way to submit your photo to me is through an Etsy message. Once you place your order, I will be able to link back to the conversations we have had to review before I start working on your charm.
Q: When I add the item to my cart which Photo option do I choose?
A: DIY – No Photo – If you are planning to place the photo in the frame yourself.
AS IS – No Edits – If you are sending me a color photo and do not want me to change it to black and white or sepia
EDIT – Black & White – If you would like me to apply a black and white filter to your photo.
EDIT – Sepia If you would like me to apply a Sepia filter to your photo you would choose
OTHER – See Note – If you want custom text, heavier editing, or corrections and/or color changes.
Q: What is your turnaround time?
A: Currently 1-2 weeks. I post this in my shop in several places so if there is a change you will see it there and Etsy also generates a ship by date on each listing that you can refer back to after placing an order.
Q: How do I attach my charm?
A: There are several different ways to attach your charm to your bouquet. The most popular is with a simple pearl floral pin. I have several other options in the shop section Attaching your Charm.
Q: Can I add a second or third frame to a single frame charm?
A: In most instances yes. If you message me I can take a look at the listing you are interested in and let you know if it is possible and how it would look. I will then set up a custom listing for your double or triple charm for you to purchase.
Hope this was helpful!
I fell in love with this one the instant I saw it. It is the perfect size and the perfect shade of turquoise. This adorable metal bow with turquoise crystal accents, an antiqued silver finish, and a petite photo charm hanging beneath it would make a wonderful addition to your wedding day bouquet.
Customize these Gorgeous Garters with the lucky charm of your choice.
I adore the timeless beauty of a black and white bridal photo. There is just something so elegant and classic about them. Needless to say, I was very excited to get the opportunity to work with the gorgeous photo you see below of Lindsay’s grandmother. Thank you Lindsay for choosing me to help you create this and for allowing me to share it with others here.