Wire Jewelry Inspiration: Wedding Bling

By on August 28, 2013
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by Narlene Allen, Wire-Sculpture.com

Wire Jewelry Inspiration for August 28, 2013

Wedding Bling

Wire-wrapping ideas for any wedding or special occasion!

Fall is in the air…there is nip of cool at night, the kids have gone back to school, and we are starting to see hints of orange and red in the trees. With the fall comes wedding season.  Now I’m not sure what the ratio of Spring/Summer to Fall/Winter weddings might be, but just based on the number of celebrations I’ve attended recently, it seems both are very busy times of year!

Whimsical wire decor

Beautiful Unions:

I love weddings! I love the excitement, the nerves, the tears of joy, and the decorations. I think that a wedding brings people together, creates traditions and makes memories that are priceless.  Since I love weddings,  I thought I’d like to see what kind of wire wrapping was going on in the wedding world, and share a few of my findings – much like sharing the experience of atending a beautiful wedding with a good friend. Enjoy!


A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words!

Inspirational Ideas


Cakes and Tableware:

Crystal Cake Streamers

Wedding Cake Topper

Beaded Servers


Wire Wrapped Rings


I’ve included the links to and names of those artists who are creating these amazing masterpieces, so that you can take a closer look!

I’ve also given you links to items we carry to help you create wire-wrapped masterpieces of your own!

Wrapping it up:

Now that you’ve see what others are doing out there with wire-wrapping, crystals, beads, ribbon and pearls – what are creating?  Tell us about it!  I’d love to see some of your Wedding Bling!

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    Judy Champa

    August 28, 2013 at 10:13 am

    I have purchased a couple of different disc cutters, the ones you put your sheet metal into and hammer, and no matter what I do, I cannot get the discs to cut properly. They buckle and then I not only do not have a disc, but I cannot get the metal out of the cutter without jumping through some hoops. I have used bur life type products to lubricate the pins before I put them down into the holes. Since this has happened with more than one disc cutter, I am assuming that it is something I am doing incorrectly. And if I have had trouble with this technicque, I expect others have too. Things like this do not often baffle me, but this is my own little gremlin. Thanks, and thanks for each of the tips you have. I try to read each and every one for the morsels of knowledge I get from them.

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      August 31, 2013 at 6:28 am

      This wil help: when placing your metal into the disc cutter, place a piece of scrap metal the exact same gauge into the opposite side of hole you are creating. It also helps if you have a disc cutter with a tightening mechanism.

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    Cheryl Parrott

    August 28, 2013 at 11:42 am

    Thank you so much for including my bridal hair vine in your blog. I am more than honored. Your jewelry has always inspired and amazed me. It is simply gorgeous!

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    Tammy Haas

    September 1, 2013 at 9:33 am

    Thank you for the wonderful write up on Wedding Bling and thank you so much for including my Etsy shop BridalBliss1 and my wedding jewelry designs, the Love Word Ring, Herkimer Diamond Ring and my Bridal Moonstone Ear Cuff! Love the write ups! I read them all the time. They provide lots of great information! Thanks again!

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    Lisa Ihlenfeldt

    September 26, 2013 at 12:42 pm

    Thank you so much for including my Bridal Flower Necklace in your Wedding Bling post. What a nice surprise. I love the article you wrote. There are so many beautiful pieces. Many blessings to you.

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    Cancer Rising

    October 22, 2013 at 4:58 pm

    How refreshing to see some non standard ideas about weddings instead of all the regular jewelry and accessories. More importantly thank you for introducing all the wonderful artisans and their websites, which I visited everyone and especially enjoyed Krissy Lee and Jennifer Woods creations. Thanks again.