Wedding accessories (and classy weapons!?) from the Broken Plate Pendant Co. #Sponsors: Jewelry#bridesmaid gifts#eco-friendly#gifts#groom gear#jewelry#necklace August 26 | Megan Finley meggyfin This business paid a fee to be listed on Offbeat Bride because they feel their products and services are a great fit with offbeat philosophies… and we agree. Learn more about our ads. Never has grandma's old chipped china looked so menacing, or so amazing. I knew that it was offbeat sponsor LOVE when I saw that Juliet Ames, a Baltimore-based crafter behind The Broken Plate Pendant Co., makes china knuckles that double as one bad-ass necklace. The Broken Plate Pendant Co also has some amazing options for non-lethal jewelry as well for brides and grooms who would like to incorporate recycled materials into their big day. ("Something old," anyone?) Keep reading to get in on an Offbeat Bride discount, and to see what the Broken Plate Pendant Co. can do with another woman's trash. From pendants to belt buckles, Juliet can custom make your wedding accessories! The Broken Plate Co. specializes in making custom jewelry from broken sentimental family china. How sweet is that!? So if you have some so-chipped-it's-unusable china plates from your late grandmother (like I do), you could have them become a special part of your wedding day with a special memorial necklace, or bouquet charm. Aside from her ready-made collections, Juliet also makes custom matching sets for bridesmaids and groomsmen as well. I love the cufflinks. Juliet will work closely with you to select to select the perfect plate to compliment your wedding's color scheme or theme. Don't even get me started on the pendants selection. OMG, so much cool shit to look at in here! If you love the pendants as much as I do, this discount's right up your alley: OFFBEAT DISCOUNT: The Broken Plate Pendant Co. is offering readers of Offbeat Bride one free pendant with the purchase of a four piece matching wedding party set. Get in on that discount and this could be you and your adorable wedding party! So what are you waiting for — me to break out my china knuckles? Get your upcycled loving, heirloom cherishing, cool-shit loving butts over to Juliet's site ibreakplates.com and find your missing piece! Get your daily dose of Offbeat AWESOME Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Megan Finley Megan Finley is the LA-based Offbeat Empire editor. When she's not writing, editing, and sleeping, she's eating, drinking, and geeking. You can snoop into her personal life over on her website Funk in Deep Freeze! @meggyfin @meggyfin PREVIOUS Wide wedding shoes that don't look orthopedic NEXT Dawn & Chris' belly dancing colorful beach wedding Show/Hide comments [ 15 ] I want china brass knuckles!! 2 agree Reply I just linked this to a million different people for the knucks. Reply This. Is. So. NEATO!!! Reply I love this! i really really love this, what a fantastic idea to keep something in the family and give it a new life! Reply Juliet does wonderful work! So thrilled to see her here on Offbeat Bride! Reply These are awesome. Also, is the link supposed to say "piece" instead of "pice"? I could it being some sort of OBB trendy thing that I'm just not in on yet, haha. (Sorry, couldn't find the edit button.) Reply Yup, I totally mean "piece" thanks for the head's up. Reply Such a delightful use of china. Reply For Offbeat Homies: Juliet also makes great home accessories! I used my folks' groovy 60s plates for the first few years of my adult life, but after I got married last year, my new husband and I wanted to declutter and part with my parents' set. So I had the Broken Plate Co. make me a necklace, my sister a pair of earrings, and my parents a trivet and wine bottle opener. Everyone–especially my parents–loved the gifts, and we were able to part with the rest of the plates without losing the good memories. I highly recommend! 2 agree Reply So there is a Jewish betrothal ceremony called Tena'im. At the end of this ceremony the mothers traditionally break plates. I have read that there is a tradition of the bride using pieces of these plates to make jewelry for her bridesmaids. Until now, I've never really understood how one might make jewelry out of shards of broken china. Now I know! I might even go find my old tena'im plates and have something made. 2 agree Reply Yes! I know for a FACT that Juliet can, will, and HAS made jewelry from Tena'im plates. Awesome idea. 2 agree Reply I love this so cute just wondering if anyone knows how long it takes to get the finished pieces ?? But so cool need something unigue for my oct wedding ?? Reply Hi Rebecca! October would be no problem. Email me your color scheme and I will help you track down a perfect plate (if you don't have one already) My email is juliet (at) ibreakplates.com Reply I've been a fan (and friend) of Juliet and her work since the start. It's about time OBB gave her some wedding cred! I'm so excited that now I'm planning my wedding and can have her make something amazing for my special day! Reply Thanks so much for all of the kind words! Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. 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