Thursday, November 6, 2008

Continuing with theme of trees...


As the holiday season looms in the very near future, today I am thinking about presents. There is not a whole lot that I like more than giving people gifts... my very slim bank account can attest to this fact. Last year I decided to buy a small meaningful piece of jewelry for two of my closest friends (incidentally they will be my two maids of honor!) and I happened upon the The Giving Tree.

I found exactly what I was looking for (beautiful designer pieces) and the kind of personal service that makes you feel like you live in Pleasantville, USA and just bought something from the cool ladies who run the jewelry store down the street.

The owners of Giving Tree collect fabulous pieces. They are extremely knowledgeable about their products and are super helpful to their customers. Plus they have a blog! Let's get real they are really tipping the scales of awesome into uber awesomeness.

The website is the definition of user-friendly... my favorite part is that you can view the jewelry by price. Hello, $50 and under page, I will definitely be using you for bridesmaids gifts! Another fun feature are the descriptions of the jewelry designers that they carry. Each designer gets a page with some information regarding their work written by the ladies of Giving Tree Jewelry. They not only describe the designer's bio, they also describe the feeling of the jewelry that that person designs.

Ok I think I need to stop raving now...just go check it out!

6 comments:

Mrs. in May said...

Love this!!!

Mrs. in May said...

Hey there,
I have no idea where the veil maker is. My mom works in the garment district and she met with one of the ladies there. I will get the information (and a review) and pass it on for sure!

Bridechka said...

Great thanks!

John said...
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shopPOPKO said...

ive been there before its a gorgeous gallery and property with views and sculptures and it really feels loved. i asked about getting my work into their gallery since i am local and sent a message, and one of the owners contacted me right back i was so impressed. i thought that because it was such a busy place that maybe they would have an auto response or something. i think they have something really special over there!

ps- i found your blog and im so happy reading it, im polish and love the 'chka'.

Bridechka said...

Thanks Popkochka! :)