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Dressed to Last: Erika Hitchcock

Local teacher and artist Erika Hitchcock transforms tragedy into triumph with a new business creating inspired bridal keepsakes

When Bridal Gowns Meet Ceramics: Monaco Woman Feature

Have you ever thought that your bridal gown could be a piece of art? Meet Erika Hitchcock, the founder and artist behind StoneWear Ceramics’ handmade wedding dress sculptures. Check out the exclusive interview with Monaco Woman, and explore her artistic world.

Gifts From The Heart: Mother-Daughter Wedding Gifts

If you’re the Mother of the Bride, a StoneWear Ceramics personalized sculpture might just be the perfect, meaningful wedding gift.

Honoring An Heirloom: The Generation Gown

Discover the story behind The Generation gown, a StoneWear Ceramics sculpture that honors a treasured family heirloom.

By the Sea: Coastal Weddings & Celebrations on the Shore

I have the wonderful opportunity to live by the ocean, and coastal weddings are beautiful events and a source of inspiration that I adore.

Designer Inspiration: Maison Schiaparelli

Discover the dress designers and artists that inspire the sculptures of StoneWear Ceramics. Here’s why we love Maison Schiaparelli.

Meet The Most Thoughtful Anniversary Gift For Her This Season

Find out why StoneWear Ceramics is one of the most thoughtful anniversary gifts for her – and the perfect way to celebrate your love story.

Working Through Her Grief, Virginia Beach Artist Creates Miniature Ceramic Wedding Dresses