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A trio of local artisans is ready to bejewel you and your wedding party with subtle, handcrafted pieces inspired by nature.

click to enlarge Styling by Lynn Leishman - AMY KUMLER
  • Amy Kumler
  • Styling by Lynn Leishman

click to enlarge PHOTO BY ANNIKA BOTHA
  • Photo by Annika Botha

Tree Myriah


The bohemian vibe of Tree Myriah’s intricate chains, gold-filled hoops with freshwater pearls, raw diamonds and other natural stones bring effortless beauty to a wedding look. Available at Arcata’s Plaza Be Inspired, Eureka’s Blue Ox Boutique and Sweet Grass Boutique in Garberville, pieces range from $55-$300.

www.treemyriah.com
Instagram: @treemyriah

click to enlarge Styling by Lynn Leishman - AMY KUMLER
  • Amy Kumler
  • Styling by Lynn Leishman

click to enlarge CODY RASMUSSEN
  • Cody Rasmussen

Sea to Seed


The luster of freshwater pearls against delicate gold-filled, silver and brass shapes and chains give Sea to Seed pieces beachy elegance. The universally flattering earrings and necklaces are all crafted in Blue Lake and range from $34-$64. Find them at Hot Knots, Zen Traders, Seapod and Vibes Yoga in Arcata, Tulip in Eureka and Farmer’s Daughter in Ferndale.

www.seatoseed.com
Instagram: @seatoseed


click to enlarge Styling by Lynn Leishman - AMY KUMLER
  • Amy Kumler
  • Styling by Lynn Leishman

click to enlarge NATHAN QUIGLEY
  • Nathan Quigley

Hail Grace


Hail Grace’s handmade crowns and headbands are wrought from natural crystals and copper wire. They range from $25-$105 and the tall crowns can be flipped to work as necklaces. Really, why aren’t you wearing a crown right now?

www.Etsy.com/Shop/HailGraceDesigns
hailgracedesigns@gmail.com
Instagram: @hailgrace_
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Jennifer Fumiko Cahill

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