New Hummingbird Series just in time for Mother's Day
Coming Soon - NEW Hummingbird Jewelry
In early May the Hummingbirds return to Northern Michigan, and on May 3, they'll be coming to Beth Millner Jewelry! We'll be introducing our new Hummingbird Garden line just in time for Mother's Day.
Hummingbirds can fill any garden with life - they are colorful, quick, and are drawn to bright, beautiful flowers. Like our bee and butterfly friends, they are important pollinators and natural bug repellers. They're attracted to places with a variety of flowers that bloom continuously throughout the warm season.
This series is one of our largest releases in awhile - we'll be introducing new pendants, earrings, rings, and Wonderland pieces! Our Wonderland's will feature stones that were found, cut, and set by Beth herself! This is the first time her stones will be hitting the shop floor.
We're so excited to share the finished pieces with all of you on May 3. Now that the snow is melting and the sky is blue, we hope that you'll stop by the shop in downtown Marquette to check them out.
Before I signed on as an ambassador, one of the promises I made was that I would record and post an “unboxing video” to social media. In exchange for promoting a business I already love, as an ambassador, I would receive some free jewelry pieces, and I’d be sharing with my network of friends the moment I opened my gifts. I definitely thought that I was getting the better half of the deal until I remembered how uncomfortable I am being recorded on video. There’s a reason folks mostly see videos of birds and other wildlife on my pages!
One of our most common customer questions is "How do I choose a metal for an engagement ring or wedding band?" The answer to this largely depends on two things: what is your lifestyle like? and what is your design style? Below we'll go into the pros and cons of each metal that we offer, and help you make the best decision for you!
When Beth and the team created the Wildflower pieces this Spring I instantly felt a great connection to these pieces and could not turn them down! Spring is a sign of change and growth and I feel like that these pieces give us that opportunity to embrace that change and feel confident in allowing the growth and change to occur.