Montana Wedding Jewelry
Red Lodge, Montana

Talismania Jewelry

Adorn your journey with symbols

Talismania Jewelry defines spiritual luxury with heirloom-quality pieces that forge a divine connection to your truest self. Each adornment is a piece of your inner journey, smuggled into reality, to be worn close to your heart or nestled onto your hand—a constant companion reminding you of your own luminous path. Talismania operates in Red Lodge, Montana at the edge of Yellowstone, where we pull endless inspiration from the epic views. We specialize in Montana Sapphire rings in unique settings.

Fun facts

What do you consider your style to be?

y pieces tend to be dreamy and otherworldly, playing with form and color in a unique way that is both feminine and luxurious. I use a lot of Montana Sapphires which drive interesting color stories alongside high grade diamonds, and I personally design all of my settings to create an element of uniqueness and rarity to each piece - they are truly one of a kind. My designs are best suited for a bride who is looking for something a bit off the beaten path in terms of design, without sacrificing quality, ethical standards, and the everyday wearability you want in an engagement ring.

How did you get started in the wedding industry?

The owner of Red Lodge Jewelers, David Cruz, became my mentor when I was exploring fresh creative outlets. He took me under his wing and taught me the ins and outs of the industry as I was getting started and still is a trusted sounding board. I quickly fell in love with the process of creating future heirlooms and becoming part of the present-day love story.

Where do you find your design inspiration?

I pull a lot of inspiration from the landscapes of Montana, and I find that Montana Sapphires reflect a lot of the ethereal beauty of the local nature. I typically start with a stone and a concept and work outward, iterating on each detail until it is just right.

What are your favorite activities to do in The Rockies?

I trail run! I love getting out on foot to places you can't otherwise experience. The most epic run I've done is Sundance Pass in the Beartooths which took a little over 6 hours.

Photography by: Lex Kilgour | Wendy Hansen

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