Jewelry selections abound at An Affair of the Heart, but handmade pieces can really stand out. Our handmade jewelers offer pieces that are as unique and distinctive as you – with some even creating custom pieces onsite while you shop.

Here are a few jewelry vendors you can find at the July 13-15 show carrying diverse, ready-to-wear products!

Hymn Drop Shoppe: Designer Brooke Wright started creating Hymn Drops as a way to share her faith, and to start a conversation. We create handmade necklaces and bracelets for moms and grandmas, foster and adoption, hymn and scripture, military, dads and Grandpas, and other Inspirational styles. The Hymn Drop Shoppe has been featured in The Christian Girl Magazine, and have been sold across the world, with a portion of every sale donated charities and worthy causes.  Booth #670

Wrapped to Wear offers Bohemian-style jewelry.  Each piece is unique and handmade in Austin, Texas.  Booth #705

Run by 10 year old entrepreneur, Emma, Earrings by Emma makes plastic post earrings for sensitive ears of all ages. There are hundreds of studs, dangles, and even clip-ons to choose from and all of them are hypoallergenic and comfortable to wear.  Booth #497

DreamCuff offers a selection of handmade, natural gemstone jewelry.  Made in Oklahoma, DreamCuff offers beaded bracelets, necklaces and earrings.