When I was very young, my mom had a brush that had a brown tortoise shell with a black and white cameo on the back. Something about that brush and the cameo on the back always feel like cameos were special things. They were the necklaces that were passed from grandmother to grand daughter, they were the special compact mirrors that a mother gave her teenage daughter for her sweet sixteen birthday, or the locket that my mother gave me for a birthday years ago.
More and more, cameos are popping up in wedding day decor. They are versatile enough to use in many different styles of weddings: very traditional, romantic Victorian-inspired, or even incorporated into a modern look.
Instead of wearing a cameo in the more traditional necklace, it can be incorporated into your bridal bouquet. This bouquet has a collection of old keys, a cameo, feathers, shells, and flowers, and I thought it was just stunning.
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