Shabby Apple has done it again! They have come up with the perfect necklace for brides! However, this Here Comes The Bride necklace is the perfect give idea for so many occasions. This could be a shower gift for a future bride, a rehearsal dinner gift of what’s to come, an anniversary gift to celebrate what still is, or a little something just because. Grooms, this is also the perfect necklace to give your bride right after the ceremony when you are alone to create a special moment.
Looking at this necklace reaffirms the good decision you have made to marry your perfect match. You can’t help but smile when you look at it. There is something magical about those three little letters, “M R S”. Those letters say, somehow we found each other and he picked me!
The best part about this necklace is that it’s so versatile. It’s great to dress up or for every day. It has an easy to use clasp that you can put on yourself, with the ability to adjust the length. It has weight to it, but not so much that it would weigh you down. A wonderful mix of simplicity and elegance.
In 2006 Shabby Apple was co-founded under the belief that women are beautiful, powerful, and unique. The company focused on three pillars in how they would conduct business. The first is to design and sell vintage inspired clothing reminiscent of a classy past. The second is to empower women in the workplace. Lastly, to help women worldwide by partnering with organizations that give women micro-credit loans and clean, save living environments.
Necklace Details: Sterling Silver, designed for Shabby Apple by Sarah Hansen. 18 inches long with 2" extender and ball chain.
Note: Looking for something to wear with your wedding dress? Make sure to check out Isolde from Shabby Apple for a romantic vintage crystal necklace. There is just something about this that screams old Hollywood!
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