Wednesday, March 29, 2017


Jewelry on Etsy Team
Uniquely Handcrafted Jewelry

Easter Bonnets come from European traditions of wearing flowers on a hat to celebrate spring. It was developed over the years into a way of ladies celebrating Easter and of showing off to family and friends as to who had the best Bonnet!
The shops in 5th Avenue, in New York City, U.S.A., often have displays of Easter Bonnets in their windows. The shops compete to see who has the best display and the windows are a tourist attraction.
In addition, the Easter Parade, to show off these fashionable creations has a history of it's own. Read about its inception back in the day here. History of the Easter Parade
Here are some lovely jewelry designs, by the members of the Jetteam on Etsy, which will pair nicely with your choice of bonnets this Easter. Even if you "don't do hats", these creations will brighten up your spring finery. Let's see if we can associate them with spring songs. How many do you remember?

Sunshine on My Shoulders

Easter Parade

    Lavender Blue Dilly Dilly

                                                               Over the Rainbow

These are just a few of the many beautiful pieces of jewelry. Check out the other shops on Etsy and pick out your favorite. We'd love to see what you pick here in comments.  

A few more.............

Lollipop Lollipop


Happiest of Easters to all our customers and followers. We appreciate your Business!!


Cher said...

Lovely assortment of pretties for Easter and Spring! I love pastels and these are all delicious :)

Urban Pearl Studio said...

Feeling the SPRING!!

SendingLoveGallery said...

What a pretty group of jewelry to celebrate Spring! Love the song titles paired with them! Happy Easter :)

capitalcitycrafts said...

Fabulous collection, thanks for including my earrings!

Jean Sandell said...

Very nice!!!

Mollie Ann said...

Happy Easter! I love all these lovelies. And thank you!!!

Tracy said...

What a great collection of pretty treats!

Adroit Jewelers said...

Lovely collection! Thank you!