Mala Collective unveils a bohemian-inspired wedding collection

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Mala Collective has unveiled a new wedding collection for the bohemian chic bride who inspires to look relaxed and effortless on her big day. Adorned with silver and pearls, Mala’s new collection pairs perfectly with a stylish, down-to-earth wedding.

Mala’s wedding collection blends tradition with intentions by incorporating freshwater pearls, which symbolize purity and is also believed to stimulate the mind in clarity and wisdom. Elements of silver, thought to aid in self-observation, are woven throughout the collection and add a touch of class and elegance. The pieces also feature rudraksha beads, believed to provide a calmer mind, body, and spirit.

Mala co-founders, Ashley Wray and Matthew Bateman, were inspired to design the collection based on their upcoming beach nuptials in Bali, Indonesia. The collection is about showcasing the beauty of simplicity. Together with their commitment to sustainability, the pieces are representative of all that the couple believe.

“We wanted to create jewelry for today’s conscious bride,” says Ashley Wray co-founder of Mala Collective. “The collection captures the essence of a mindful bride who wants to embrace her inner goddess, and start this next journey in life with the right intentions.”

The wedding collection consists of three bracelets and three necklaces, which can also be worn as head crowns. The custom collection ranges in price from $45.50 to $630 and are available online at www.malacollective.com.

Located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Mala Collective produces handmade jewelry from Bali, Indonesia. Their mandate is to spread the ideals of conscious living through jewelry. Mala Collective creates necklaces and bracelets that combine gemstones with rudraksha seeds, believed to provide a calmer mind, body, and spirit. Their jewelry is sustainably harvested, fairly traded, and ethically produced.

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