For her wedding, Caitlin designed all of her own jewelry, including her engagement stack and wedding bands.
On the big day, she wore twenty-one unique hair jewels made with sapphires, garnets, spinel, and tourmaline.
Among her bridal jewelry were these stunning sapphire and diamond earrings and a ring with orange chalcedony, white diamond baguettes, and the first bicolored sapphire she ever bought.
For her husband, Tammer, Caitlin designed two pieces of jewelry: a collar pin featuring emerald, coral, and white diamond, and a gold pendant with my her engraved in it.
Caitlin worked with Reshma on a custom suite of Mociun jewelry that could be worn on her wedding day and beyond. Since Indian weddings require pieces that are worn just for the ceremony, Caitlin designed them to be convertible to everyday wear after the event.
Her headpiece, which features a beautiful teardrop-shaped, gray pearl, can be converted into a necklace.
Caitlin also designed a nose ring that can convert into earrings, but for now Reshma is keeping it as-is because it has become sentimental.
The jewelry was intricately linked to each moment of the day and Reshma wanted every detail to feel intentional and true to her ‘low key’ style. Reshma presented Caitlin with details of her ceremony like fabric swatches, photos of the ceremony locations, and stories of tradition to inspire the design process.
“We had so much fun designing the charms and I love the fact there is the etching of Justin's eye on the back of the garnet cabochon.”