Posted November 14, 2013 | 20 Comments
What’s your wedding necklace style? Some of my favorite bridal necklaces include chunky pearl necklaces, lockets, the beloved monogram necklace, handstamped necklaces, and sparkling crystal bib necklace pieces, just to name a few. Today’s wedding heart necklace, however, has just stolen my own little handmade heart. This necklace is lovely enough to wear on your wedding, yet simple enough to be worn later as your new favorite ‘everyday’ piece. Consider this pendant necklace as bridesmaid gifts or as a gift for your MOH. Read on to find out more about this necklace and check out the coordinating earrings (and a ring that I just have to have). Plus, enter for a chance to win a wedding heart necklace of your very own! Enjoy!
Wedding Heart Necklace
The Pulse Heart Necklace by Locusart Jewellery is fitting for wedding day – and beyond.
Since the wedding heart necklace is handmade, each one is individually made just for you and no two are exactly the same. Each pendant has a similar size and shape. The pendants are made in sterling silver or 10k, 14k, and 22k gold (rose, yellow, and white).
If you love this necklace, check out the matching pulse heart ring and earrings, shown below. The whole set is beautiful!
I want one of these rings. It is pretty on its own or as a stacking ring.
And, you’ve got to snag the heart earrings, too! They’re lovely.
Wedding Heart Necklace Giveaway!
Oh, how we love giveaways at Emmaline Bride! We’re excited to give away one wedding heart necklace to a lucky reader thanks to Locusart Jewellery Designs. Between 11/14-11/20/13 (11:59pm EST), enter for a chance to win this wedding heart necklace shown above in the first two images. The necklace being given away is 100% sterling silver with a total length of 16″. Value: $110. No cash value. No purchase necessary. Past giveaway winners within 30 days not eligible to win. Winner will be randomly selected and announced on this blog on 11/21/13. Winner will be contacted via email. Winner has 72 hours to respond to winning email; prize must be ‘ordered’ within 6 months. Use entry form below to enter. Good luck!
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