Even though dreamcatchers have originally been created by the American Indians, they come today in many different sizes and styles.
The Ojibwe and Lakota nations of the Native American tribes is where the dreamcatcher finds its origin specifically. Traditionally dreamcatchers were used as talismans to protect sleeping people, usually children from bad dreams and nightmares. The indiginous of Native America believe that the night is filled with good and bad dreams, thus when the dreamcatcher is hung above the bed it attracts and catches all sorts of dreams into its web. Good dreams pass through and descent through the feather upon the sleeper below. However, bad dreams are caught in the protective web and destroyed.
Our dreamcatchers are made by hand in Bali and very decorative in the bedroom, a children's room or a boho wedding.