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Perfidious Jewellery

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Wedding jewellery with an unusual twist, specalising in versatile stick pins, with traditional touches or colourful details like skulls and teapots. Unconventional or LGBTQ weddings (or both!) welcome
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Last-Minute Orders
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Full Description
Wedding jewellery for him and her, or him and him, or her and her, and for all six of them too! With colourful skulls or teapots to bring your personality out, wings to remember a loved one lost, or more traditional designs, my jewellery is increasingly popular as wedding accessories. Stick pins are versatile enough to use across the whole wedding party as a part of a corsage or buttonhole, a lapel pin, tie pin, bouquet accessory, hat pin... and easy to wear again as keepsakes afterwards. (Is dad big tea drinker? He may love a teapot tie pin in your wedding colours!) Of course, I also create necklaces, earrings and other designs which may catch your eye. With many items available to buy immediately from my online store, including discounted groups of pins to kit out your wedding in one swoop, I'm also happy to discuss commissions and bespoke items.


No. of Weddings Hosted
Between 10 and 30
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Location & Contact Details


Castle Donington, Leicestershire, England

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Describe your style in 5 adjectives.

Colourful, Alternative, Wearable, Cute, Eye-catching.

What about your business are you most proud of?

I didn't set out to provide wedding jewellery, but realised as more orders came in that my work fills a niche others doesn't! I love that my work usually speaks to couples on it's own merits, not because it is aimed at the market.

What is your No. 1 wedding planning tip for couples?

Honestly, do what you want to do, and trust your gut. You'll get advice from all over the place, friends, family, websites... If you want something that may seem cliche, or trendy, well, it's what you want. If you want to personalise the heck out of your wedding, and there isn't really a theme, or there are three themes crossing over and it's a bit of a mess, well, who cares, it matters to you.

Describe your typical process with a couple.

Often couples like my style, and can simply pick from already available designs, or only want a small detail altering. For more specific commissions I provide photos and sketches of options, try and source specific materials or colours, and keep the couple informed on the estimated costs along the way, so there are no nasty surprises at the end of the process.

What are your favourite wedding traditions for rings?

I love that some traditions are being bucked or adapted as weddings change, as once upon a time it wasn't necessarily rings you exchanged, just identifiable tokens. Gay men buying matching engagement watches, people getting tattoos on their ring finger, none-ring wearers transforming heirloom rings into wedding necklaces. It's all exchanging tokens!