Monday, June 28, 2010
What's more beautiful against summer kissed skin than the light and shiny glow of pearls? Diana's new collection of pearl necklaces, bracelets and earrings are a must see. These pieces can be worn to a black tie wedding or casual, summer BBQ. Come in to Diana's studio today to try on pieces of her Summer Pearls collection.
Posted by Jennifer Barsamian at 5:43 PM
Monday, June 21, 2010
What a way to celebrate a 50th anniversary than to have a stunning plate like this to present to an obviously happy couple. This custom plate features callalillies which was the flowers the bride carried in her wedding bouquet 50 years earlier. The couple's initials are beatifully scripted in the center of the plate. These pieces are not only stunning, but are real family heirlooms to be past down generations. It will give all the younger family members reason to get to their 50th anniversary!
Posted by Jennifer Barsamian at 3:42 PM
A wedding platter is one of those details you are scrambling for last minute and then wish you had something meaningful that you could use again and again. Diana does beautiful custom platters that will put meaning into not only your wedding day, but future occasions. This platter was designed by the bride and groom and has their initials as well as their child's. A wonderful way to remember a joyful day.
Posted by Jennifer Barsamian at 3:21 PM
Tuesday, May 25, 2010
Search no more for that perfect anniversary gift! Diana can customize pendants with the initials of the couple. This is also a sweet wedding gift for the bride. For the customary "something blue", it's a great gift from a bridesmaid, maid of honor or mother of the bride.
Posted by Jennifer Barsamian at 6:04 PM
Diana collaborated with her husband, New York Times best selling children's book author Peter Reynolds on these flutes for dear friends of theirs. Diana's painting keeps the flutes classic and formal and Peter's interpretation of the brides makes them whimsical and fun. These custom flutes aren't ones to be put away after the wedding is over, but to be put on display and used again and again!
Posted by Jennifer Barsamian at 5:49 PM