Mama Style: Annie Haak Tiny Tots Silver Charm Bracelet

As I've gotten older, and especially since having children, I've become quite minimalist about jewellery. Mostly because when Noah was a baby he would tug and chew on whatever I was wearing! These days I prefer to wear more sentimental pieces, items that are precious because they mean something or were to mark a special occasion. I was sent an elegant little bracelet from the Annie Haak Tiny Tots Collection to celebrate the birth of Essie, and it is SO pretty!


Annie Haak gets the inspiration for her jewellery designs from the magical island of Bali, from the local nature, people, colours and patterns. Carrying a message of love or support is central to Annie's design ethos and the Tiny Tots Collection includes three silver charm bracelets to celebrate the arrival of a new baby.


Each bracelet is made in the UK out of 925 Sterling silver and 18ct rose gold plated silver beads. The bracelets are hand threaded onto high quality jewellery elastic with a comfortable, stretchy fit. The bracelets are personalised with the choice of a "baby boy" or baby girl" silver heart-shaped charm along with an initial charm. The charms sit between two silver, gold or rose gold beads, with another heart charm on the other side of the bracelet. 


All of the bracelets are equally stunning and as I am so indecisive I changed my mind a few times before settling on the one with rose gold beads, along with a "baby girl" and a "E" charm. It arrived luxuriously gift wrapped in a purple satin drawstring bag inside a white presentation box.


It is such a gorgeous, delicate bracelet; it looks beautiful stacked with other bracelets but I think it looks simple and elegant worn on its own. It is the perfect personalised gift for a new mum, as a birthday or Christmas present, or simply as a treat to yourself. I am absolutely in love with my bracelet, it is already a very precious piece holding so much sentimental value and I will treasure it always.


The Annie Haak Tiny Tots Silver Charm Bracelets are £46 with silver beads or £48 with gold or rose gold beads and you can find them here. Which one would you choose?


With thanks to Annie Haak for sending me a bracelet to feature.

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