December 18, 2011

Wear Fresh Flower Jewelry for your Wedding with Fleurings by Samantha Lockwood

So your big Special Day is coming up and you are shopping around for cool Wedding Jewelry Inspiration. Welcome to our Fleurings exclusive jewelry shop where you will see the coolest and most unique vase bridal jewelry. The Fleurings collection didn't begin intended for Brides, yet over the past few years it has become blazingly apparent that Brides from around the world, of all different colors, shapes and origins have come to love Fleurings as a first choice for their wedding. Fleurings have been worn by several Brides, Bridesmaids, Flowers Girls and the whole Bridal Party. Anyone who wants to adorn themselves with a fresh flower necklace along with their Gown, Bridal Dress or Wedding Attire. Flowers are a sign of purity, nature, peace, love and divine energy. They are a living attraction. You can even match the flowers in your jewelry to the flowers in your bouquet. See how this lovely Bride wears her (small or medium style) vase necklace with a large white Phalanopsis Orchid.  

    A bride wearing a fresh white orchid necklace in her wedding jewelry necklace 

Below is a photo from a Vintage Wedding with a Bridesmaid who wore her large gold vase necklace with a lovely pink spray rose. 

Bridesmaid Necklace adds a nice Floral touch with a pink rose in this vase necklace by Fleurings  

Brides, Bridesmaids and anyone in your Wedding Party will love wearing our vase earrings with fresh orchids. These looks especially exquisite when you show them off with an undo hairstyle. You can find small orchid varieties at your local flower shop, or you can wear any kind of flowers you might have growing near where you live. 



A Navy Blue Flower in a small vase necklace by Fleurings makes a lovely Bridesmaid Necklace Fresh Flower Earrings by Fleurings make the perfect Bridesmaid Earrings and Wedding Jewelry for your Bridal Party 

For a really special look everyone will love put Fleurings and flowers in your hair with our vase hairpieces! Now we are selling a larger size that what is pictured here... ideal for holding two of each of these small orchids. 

Add Fresh Flowers to your Hair with our vase hairpieces, perfect Bridal Hairstyle for your Wedding

Fleurings in Agenda Magazine

New interview and editorial in the holiday edition of Agenda Magazine

Read the full article here

It was a beautiful display of fine art and jewelry on October 20, 2011, at EM & CO boutique in Los Angeles.  The fashion installation/art "Girl with Flowers" exhibit perfectly complemented actress/jewelry designer/artist Samantha Lockwood, who also shared her spotlight with artist and mentor Muramasa Kudo.  Both art and jewelry were well received that evening.

(classic black earringsholding orchids)

Samantha Lockwood grew up in Los Angeles and La Quinta, CA. As a child she was exposed to art from her parents actor Gary Lockwood (2001: A Space Odyssey) and actress/entrepreneur Denise DuBarry.  Lockwood attended UC Santa Cruz and studied Fine Art, Buddhist Art History, Theater Acting, and Marine Biology.  Her work is influenced by her love of Buddhist art, the ocean, water, and nature.  Lockwood has been exhibited in the US, but her art is loved all over the world.  She paints from her home studio in Los Angeles, or wherever she might be in the world when she is inspired.


Aside from her theater studies while in college, Samantha started her acting career at age 16, when she studied a variety of disciplines (dialect, improv, commercial) with Robert Eastmam, Carolyn Barry, Lesly Kahn, and Joseph Pearlman.   By age 20, Lockwood had already appeared in countless infomercials, commercials, and had been a professional model.  She has appeared in CSI: New York, was featured more than once in Maxim, and was “the up-and-coming starlet to watch” in Esquire Magazine.  She currently stars in the Showtime movie Shoot the Hero.

With so much going for her in her acting and fine artist career (oh yeah, she also teaches Bikram Yoga), it’s hard to imagine Samantha having time for anything else.  But this focused Renaissance woman is carving her own niche as a jewelry designer with a very unique concept.  Her line is called Fleurings.

“My Grandmother Betty King always wore a flower in her hair.  She taught me how to cultivate, properly cut flowers, and wear flowers in my hair in order.  Her advice to “wear a flower” has always paid off in compliments and creates a conversation piece. Even as a young actress just starting out, I waited tables for a stint and found that wearing flowers brought in better tips!”

I remember when I first learned of the line, I thought it was ingenius; to be able to wear a flower as part of jewelry was a novel idea.  Uniquely, Fleurings offers a variety of looks based on ones own choice of flowers.  And depending on the flower that look can easily change.  Fleurings comes as earrings, necklaces, and lapel pins.  So, both men and women can enjoy it

Questions by Kaylene Peoples
Responses by Samantha Lockwood read in the link below...