It's no secret that here are at BRIDES we love a little bling. Which is why we are so excited to announce our capsule jewelry collaboration with Lulu Frost. Lulu Frost X BRIDES launches Thursday on Lulufrost.com and we couldn't wait to share the Art Deco-inspired collection with you.
The new collection taps into Lulu Frost designer and founder Lisa Salzer's unique sense of style, borrowing from her very own wedding jewels as inspiration.
Salzer's gorgeous Montauk nuptials to ballet dancer Marlon Taylor-Wiles took place earlier this year, and it couldn't have been a more romantic (not to mention glam) affair. The designer's unique sense of style was reflected in the Moroccan and Nepal-inspired decor at the Gurney's seaside resort event. She paired her Romona Keveza dress (convertible to three different styles) with cheeky mink pom-pom Sophie Webster sandals (adorably inscribed with "Wifey...for Lifey" on the soles), a bouquet of fresh calla lilies, and heirloom jewelry to tell a more Art Deco story.
It was those jewelry pieces, inherited from her grandmother, which inspired the Lulu Frost X BRIDES 9-piece collection together. "I wore my grandmother Elizabeth Frost's—my company's namesake—antique pearl and diamond studs as well as a new prototype of Lulu Frost fine jewelry made to resemble the constellations. I wore Marlon's and my star signs—Scorpio for me and a Cancer stud for him," the designer told Vogue. It doesn't get more romantic than that.
"These pieces remind me of jewelry passed down to me from my own grandmother and I hope the woman who chooses one of these styles for her own special day finds excitement in the idea of passing them down for generations to come," Salzer tells BRIDES.
And it's that Art Deco star motif that serves as the main design focus for the Lulu Frost X BRIDES lineup, featuring starburst earrings, bracelets, necklaces and a hair accessory in both gold and silver with crystal pave. Ranging from $125 to $225, the pieces are fashion-forward meets modern design, perfect for the cool bride (or her bridal party!) looking to evoke vintage romance in a stylish way.