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Bridal Jewelry: M. Flynn Accessories

Posted on February 5th, 2008 by Kori Ellis in Bridesmaids, Wedding Attire, Wedding Vendors 1 Comment

Beehive Semi-Precious NecklaceM. Flynn is a Boston-based accessories business owned by sisters Megan & Moria Flynn. Three years ago, these two sisters started their own company designing classic jewelry and handbags. They sold their goods to small boutiques around the country and started to garner quite a following.

Since they always made a lot of jewelry for wedding parties, the Flynns decided to make it easier for people around the country to order their items online.

Recently, they opened their new website – mflynnwedding.com, where you can find a terrific collection of earrings, necklaces and bracelets for the bride and her bridemaids.

What I like about their website (in addition to the jewelry being beautiful) is that it allows you to shop by color, as well as by design. This way, it’s easy to find jewelry to match your wedding colors.

If you can’t find what you are looking for on the website, brides can customize their existing styles like the twist necklaces and the freshwater coin pearl collection to match any dress, or they will work with you to create a custom piece.

M. Flynn offers generous bridal discounts for orders of 4 or more pieces:

4-6 pieces – 15% discount
7 or more pieces – 20% discount

Each item is finished with the crystal color of your choice and packed in a beautiful gift box with a jewelry pouch. Monogrammed pouches and engraved tags are also available.

If you are in boston, you can visit M. Flynn Accessories at:

46 Waltham Street, 101
Boston, MA 02118
mflynnstudio.com
(617) 292-0079

If you are anywhere else in the country, visit mflynnwedding.com to check out their fabulous wedding jewelry.

The necklace pictured features blue lace agate and is available for $198.

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Comments (1)

  1. 1lds gift shopper

    Beautiful jewelry. Thanks for the post.

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