The Brides Flower Girl
Updated: Nov 13, 2020
In Moments That Are As Special As This… You Want Everything Perfect.
Elegance and quality-driven; we have tapped into the essence of a quality piece… with every design. Just as we truly believe that every woman has a muse that dances within, we believe that every bride wants a piece of jewelry that is as unforgettable as her special day.
At Bishop & Medusa, we are very proud of our Custom Wedding Couture Line. Jewelry that is elegant, timeless, and versatile. Taking you from your most memorable day right into all your special events to follow. This museum-worthy hand-strung, 8 tier juxtaposition of white pearls in varying sizes and crystal necklace is delivering sophistication through a silky soft single stark black bow. With a 2-inch strong magnetic closure that sits on the flat of the back of the neck… the design maintains consistency each and every time it is worn, ensuring a picture-perfect image at all times.
Our flower girl is in our curated line which is lead-free and nickel-free, ensuring our little darling doesn’t get fidgety and scratchy through the festivities of the day… especially the photos. With a crystal heart necklace paired with a crystal heart bracelet placed on her upper arm. A set of 4-eternity bands has been stacked on the forefinger of her left hand.
Finishing the look, a timeless dangling medium crystal earring.
The Bishop & Medusa girl is finding her own path, dressed in her own cloak of confidence,
along with a unique piece from our Wedding Couture Jewelry Line. This line is for every bride… Every mother of the bride, and every mother of the groom.
Jewelry: Bishop & Medusa
Wedding Dress: JeVis Bridal Hair: Robert Caputi of STI-LEA Salon & Day Spa Makeup: Maria Valerio of Makeup by Maria
Photography: Matteo D’Agostino Photography: Matthew Schibler Styled By: Victoria Franciosa
Bishop & Medusa Inspire the Muse Within www.bishopandmedusa.com Big Yellow Bird Marketing & Advertising Fine Creative Design & Print for Business Marketing & Advertising www.bigyellowbird.net Editorial As seen in JoLee Magazine