The bride is invited to make a minor scale piece of jewelry: a pendant, a ring, a pair of earrings or cufflinks, or a bracelet. Since she arrives unprepared for this it might not be so easy to decide what to do – if this is the case she will be guided in the procedure. When making the piece she will be introduced to some different basic techniques of jewelry making, such as sawing, filing, hammering, punching, forging and polishing. After a couple of hours the piece of jewelry will be ready to bring with you when you leave.
In the meantime, while the bride is working on the silver piece, the rest of you are invited to jewelry making as well. Using pliers you can make beautiful bracelets, necklaces, rings or earrings from beads of different colours and materials. It is fine to decide if this is something you want to do when you arrive. Maybe you just want to hang out, have some coffee and snacks, and support your bride in the making of her jewelry.
If all of you want to make a piece of jewelry you can choose the Big Bridal Shower and each of you get the opportunity to try silver jewelry making. At this event you can make either a pendant each to keep for yourselves, or make one pendant each that can be put together for a necklace or a bracelet for the bride to have. In addition, you can make bead jewelry for yourselves as well as for the bride.
Whichever event you choose I am sure you will have a great and creative time in my workshop together with your best friends!