If you’re all about statement jewelry but can’t quite find the right piece for spring, boy do I have a trend for you. It’s succulent jewelry. Jewelry artist Susan McLeary originally came up with the ingenious idea to put succulents on jewelry because she thought it would be a gorgeous look for boho brides. She couldn’t have been more right — from the rings to the necklaces to the headpieces, these succulents are just the ticket for the free-spirited bride or for anyone who loves the idea of showcasing healthy greenery.
If you love what you see here, you can find all her pieces for sale in her Etsy store, PassionflowerMade. They’re all made to order, but she can get them to you in just three days. McLeary suggests wearing the pieces for three days, then planting them so that they’ll live longer. She’s also happy to have you send the jewelry back to her so she can refill your succulent.