About Nikki Witt

Nikki Witt creates bridal and event jewellery for those with exquisite taste. Each piece is meticulously designed and handcrafted in her Sydney studio. In her works you'll find the highest quality components from around the globe, from stunning Swarovski crystals, to vintage cabochons, to sumptuous silks and her own handmade porcelain flowers. She works with these materials using a blend of traditional and contemporary techniques, ensuring an end product of exceptional quality.

Behind The Brand

Describe the woman you design for…

She is ageless, she is an independent thinking woman who confidently enjoys fashion and recognises the transformational value of accessories, whether she’s wearing jeans and a t-shirt or a gown.


What is your most popular style for brides?

Brides are especially drawn to pieces that feature our signature porcelain flowers, such as the Emelia Collection & the Alice Earrings. Each flower is handcrafted, petal by petal and they adorn many of our crowns and headpieces. The Madonna Earrings are also particularly popular.


What styling tips do you have for brides, bridesmaids and wedding guests wearing your jewelry?

Having previously had a career as a make-up artist, I know that my brides found it invaluable to trial their jewellery with hair and make-up. Taking your NW pieces with you to hair and make-up trials or dress fittings will give you the confidence you need to feel beautiful on your wedding day.


Do you offer a custom design service? If so, how long does it take to make a custom piece?

Absolutely! We love collaborating with brides, stylists & designers. Existing designs can be modified to suit or we can work with the client to create their vision. Once the design is finalised, we can deliver within 6-8 weeks.

Editor’s Notes

Why we love it…

Decadent and steeped in antiquity, with Italian inspired beauty and charm.


For the woman…

For the bold bride who dares to be different and fashionably edgy.


Styling tips…

Style with hair swept back and simple, natural makeup and let the piece be the statement.