Elaine was trained in metal smithing and glass blowing at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia. "Inspired by minimal but inventive designs, rough stones and geometric shapes, and the versatility of jewelry meant for work or play, she created her small business, Elaine B Jewelry."
Elaine's designs are perfect for gifting to dear friends or family members who have played a part in your wedding day, or for the holidays.Read More
It's that time of year when people are more likely to make the decision to get engaged and start planning their wedding. Engagement gifts are becoming more and more common as a way to celebrate a couple's decision to dedicate themselves to each other, but the last thing anyone needs is an engagement gift that tries to assert outside opinions into their relationship and engagement. Throughout the month of December we will be sharing engagement gifts that will help couples celebrate, but will leave all that patriarchal traditional bullshit behind. First off, the idea engagement gifts that our woo-woo loving Creative Director, Jen, would pick out for herself if she could do it all again.Read More
This past Monday we celebrated the launch of Volume Three with a special party in the hometown of our Creative Director, Charlottesville, Virginia. We gathered together many local wedding vendors to celebrate with a night of drinks, sweets, and good conversation. The event was hosted at Honey Ryder Boutique, which is this gorgeous shop in an old Coca Cola warehouse off 10th St. Heather Romberger, the owner of Honey Ryder, graciously offered up her space and it was the perfect setting. If you are ever in the area, you should definitely visit her store and pick up a new outfit and accessories.Read More
We are so excited to introduce our newest sponsor, Elaine B Jewelry! We sat down with founder Elaine Butcher to learn more about her sustainable and thoughtful approach to jewelry design. We love what she has created and we know you will, too. After seeing these pieces, you'll never go back to a traditional engagement ring again.Read More