Express your love in a simple way - everyday.

Loving Heart - Bride's Something Blue Pin

Regular price $95.00
Wearing something blue is a wedding tradition still being honored by many of today's brides. The Brides Something Blue Pin would be a lovely addition to the ribboned stem handle of a bride's bouquet.   From her maid of honor, close friend or a dear family member this is a gift for a bride that would treasured for years to come.  Who knows, it may be just the "something blue" the bride passes down to her daughter to carry with her on her wedding day!    
  • sterling silver heart pin
  • measures 1/2 inch x 1/2 inch plus post and closed clutchback
  • 2.5mm facet cut genuine blue topaz burnish set
  • verse card: "Something Blue" for your wedding day
  • made in USA
  • Free USPS Priority Mail Shipping within USA

Each gift of fine jewelry from The Loving Heart Collection is accompanied by a verse card and purple gift box adorned with an elegant hand-tied ivory ribbon. Choose the verse and the language which best suits the recipient and the gift-giving occasion. The inside of the verse card is available for a private message and signature.

If this gift is being shipped directly to the recipient,  we're happy write a brief message and your name on the inside of the card.  Simply tell us what to write during checkout. 

Hello!  If you are searching for a gift to express your love, caring and encouragement to someone close to you - perhaps a tiny symbol of your heart is the perfect gift. If so, it would be an honor to help you express your love today. 

Jean Cotten Schnaak
Designer, The Loving Heart Collection by Jean Schnaak®



Shipping Inside the United States

  • FREE SHIPPING via USPS Priority Mail within the USA, 4-5 business days
  • Handling time is 2-3 business days unless otherwise notified or posted
  • Shipment notification with tracking will be sent by email
  • Ship Monday - Friday except for: Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Years Day, Federal Holidays & Posted Days. 

Shipping to Military Personnel
  1. Enter the service member’s full name and position in the first, last and middle name in the data fields on the ship to address form
  2. Include the unit and APO/FPO (Air/Army Post Office or Fleet Post Office) address with the nine-digit ZIP Code™
  3. Select the appropriate military designation from the state menu (AA, AE and AP)
  4. Choose "United States" from the country menu
  5. Examples:

    SSGT Stephen Thomas
    Unit 2050 Box 4190
    APO AP 96278-2050

    SGT Ryan James
    PSC 802 Box 74
    APO AE 09499-0074

    Seaman Michael Douglas
    USCGC Hamilton
    FPO AP 96667-3931

    SGT Jillian Winters
    CMR 1250
    APO AA 09045-1000


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