Raphoe, Ireland (PressExposure) May 26, 2009 -- For Jennifer Doyle, founder of Doyle Jewellery Design, creating jewellery is an instinctive process. After mastering several other crafts, she turned her considerable creative flair to jewellery making and soon found her work in demand. She creates her masterpieces from her studio in Co. Donegal, Ireland.
Jennifer can design and create any jewellery that a bride needs, such as necklaces, earrings or bracelets. Or a bride can adorn their hair with a beautifully designed tiara, hairvine or haircomb. Jennifer sources her materials from all over the world, to ensure that her jewellery and accessories are a cost-effective choice for cash pressed brides who want excellent quality handcrafted work. All of her jewellery and accessories are created from a mix of natural and manmade materials.
Jennifer likes to imbue her wedding jewellery and hair accessories with a romantic quality. She works closely with brides to ensure that her designs reflect their vision, and she has the flexibility to cater to what a bride is looking for.
The panoramic Donegal landscape plays a large part with inspiration for Jennifer and this is reflected in a lot of her latest pieces (please see the main page of http://www.doylejewellerydesign.blogspot.com) She revels in the myriad textures, colours and shapes that nature produces and for her, jewellery isn't just a glittering adornment, it is a wearable art.
Jennifer only began her business in January 2009, but is already looking to the future. She is keen to establish herself in the wedding market and believes that her willingness to take risks will help her to find success. ''I am not afraid to step outside the box and combine different elements of jewellery making'', she says. ''Also, when you design for a specific person, you have to be able to work with what they like or dislike, and I think I manage that very well''.