When you find a pressed flower necklace this unique, you run and tell everyone you can about it immediately! Emma here and when I accidentally stumbled upon this Emery and Opal real flower necklace, I couldn’t believe it.
I have often wondered how to make a necklace with real flowers inside; it sounds so interesting to take a perfect petal and be able to preserve it in a wearable piece of art. I’m one of those people who loves a nice bouquet of flowers, but don’t like to see them wilt (so Andrew knows the way to my heart is a potted Orchid, as I can take care of it without it dying, and succulents, as they pretty much last forever). A pressed flower necklace is now also on the list of wilt-free flowers I adore. :)
But since learning how to make a necklace with real flowers doesn’t really fit into my timeline at the moment, nor would I want all the hassle of figuring it out, I instead turn to the experts — professional jewelers who know exactly how to make necklace pendants with real flowers inside — and keep them from wilting or turning brown.
How do they do it?! I guess that’s their own little secret!
I’ve heard of necklaces with pressed flowers before, but typically they don’t look this realistic. The necklaces from Emery and Opal look like you’re wearing a small flower, delicately plucked from a field of wildflowers, and preserved inside a feminine pendant necklace to wear around your neck.
And naturally, my first instinct was, okay, so a pressed flower necklace, but are these real flowers? Yes, it is a pressed dried flower pendant. The petal is naturally picked and ready to preserve in a pendant necklace, all handmade just for you. And guess what? You can even choose which petal you would like inside.
There are five real flower necklace options in your choice of gold or silver. The chain is dainty and the size of the pendant is large enough to be noticed, but not too big to feel bulky.
Dried Flower Necklace
– Baby’s Breath
If you like the teardrop pendant instead, here is how the style looks with dried flowers inside. So pretty! And finally, a rose that lasts! :)
These necklaces make beautiful gift ideas for the bride, bridesmaids, and of course, moms! Mothers of the bride would adore receiving a pressed flower necklace to remind them of the wedding celebration. And moms love flowers, to it’s also a fantastic Mother’s Day gift idea.
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