Preserve a piece of your outdoor wedding site in a necklace

By on May 23rd
Used with permission from Stars for Streetlights

Used with permission from Stars for Streetlights

Stacie at Stars for Streetlights came up with a rad way to preserve a little piece of your ceremony site: use some local rocks to craft up a necklace! Or you could use some rocks from a meaningful place and wear it to the wedding itself.

What you'll need to create this necklace:

Then you have some gluing, blanket stitching, and a few hours of Firefly reruns to get you through it. I'll let Stacie explain all the details here. The best part of a project like this is that it can totally scale to your time and resources. Small rocks/sea glass/shells = smaller time commitment.

Used with permission from Stars for Streetlights

Used with permission from Stars for Streetlights

Used with permission from Stars for Streetlights

Used with permission from Stars for Streetlights

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About Catherine Clark

Catherine Clark (aka Superman) is Offbeat Bride's Editor and a Chicago-based freelance web consultant. In her spare time, she loiters at her local library, makes art, and overshares on Twitter and Instagram.