The pieces may be minuscule in size, but any bride would agree that jewelry and accessories--despite their miniscule size--play a significant role in the wedding ceremonies. Whether it is an intricate headpiece or a stunning yet simple rhinestone brooch, there is exquisite beauty to be found in the smallest details. For brides who seek personalized jewelry, headpieces, and wedding ceremony accessories, handcrafted is the way to go. This is the promise that Gargantilla Jewelry Accessories and Headpieces commits to its clients.
Gargantilla started online in 2003, providing personalized jewelry accessories. Today, it is a growing company that caters to a variety of clients, including marrying couples. Perhaps what sets Gargantilla apart in the jewelry and accessories industry is the unique quality of its pieces, ensuring timelessness and elegance that each couple can surely call their own.
Before starting on an accessory, Cher Nuguid, the woman behind the brand, asks about the theme of their wedding, the color motif, design ideas and other specifications. Inspirations are also offered to clients who are clueless in terms of design. Cher never reproduces exactly the same piece, making sure that each piece is unique and special to its owner.
The company also prides itself in making use of unusual materials, such as vintage laces and charms, as well as different fabrics for non-floral bouquets. For headpieces, only authentic imported Russian netting is used in order to achieve the perfectly designed birdcage veil. Unorthodox designs such as wedding pillows made of printed fabric and charm embellishments are produced under optimum standards.
Not only does Gargantilla ensure quality creations, it also advocates the use and support of Filipino-made products as well. Locally made sinamay, a material oftentimes used for Gargantilla's headpieces, is popular not just among local clients, but also among overseas clients as well. Truly, Gargantilla exudes and ensures world-class Filipino charm.