I don’t often wear jewellery, but when I do I like things that are simple with a quirky twist – like these gorgeous Bumble Bee necklaces from Inscripture. Seriously, how adorable are they?
Inscripture is an Essex-based family-run business that specialises in ‘beautiful, original, meaningful and functional’ pieces for the entire family (not to mention a whole bunch of celebrities – including Love Island’s Danni Dyer, who wore their rose-gold popcorn bracelet with bee charm in the villa).
I love this ethos, because, to me, the best kind of jewellery looks gorgeous, but also has some kind of story behind it. My few pieces of jewellery include my Nana’s old engagement ring and a greenstone (jade) heart that my grandad gave her many years ago. Other than that, the only jewellery I regularly wear is a three-tag bracelet and a pendant I had made after the girls were born, stamped with each of our initials.
Inscripture has created a range of gorgeous handwriting jewellery; you can get a name, initial or short message engraved, or actually get your own handwriting replicated on the piece to create a unique and sentimental gift. You can even get matching ‘Mummy & Me’ bracelets. How lovely is that?
They also design a selection of fun, beautiful pieces to suit all styles and occasions and budgets, from angel wing necklaces and delicate ankle chains, to personalised bracelets and keyrings.
Everything was just so pretty, but as soon as I saw this Bumble Bee pendant I was infatuated. I loved that it was quirky yet so pretty, exquisitely detailed and finished in silver, gold and rose-gold. It was eye-catching, but still dainty enough to appeal to my minimalistic tastes.
And it seems like I’m in great company, as this exact necklace has also been spotted on Emma Watson, Rochelle Humes and YouTube star, Grace Fit. Which brings me to the MOST exciting part – how would you like to win one for yourself?
I’ve teamed up with Inscripture to offer a rose-gold bumble bee necklace, worth £50, to one of my amazing readers. To enter, simply follow the Rafflecopter prompts; good luck!
• before you go, read about my delicious afternoon tea at The Ivy, Marlow Garden