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Your guide to buying wedding jewelry
Find the styles that are unique to you and your special day.
The bride is often the biggest focal point of the day. Whether you’ve selected a gown with a dramatic train or a smartly tailored suit, there are fine jewelry designs to enhance your look. Often, the bride will wear more dramatic or more diamond-accented pieces, like Mixed Drop Earrings, a Duo Pear Drop Necklace, or a Tennis Bracelet. But there’s no need to sacrifice your personal style because of tradition. Choose bridal jewelry that feels comfortable and true to your day-to-day look.
Many grooms consider their wedding day as a chance to express themselves and their unique style. This is a day to enhance your look with well-curated pieces, even if you are not accustomed to wearing fine jewelry. Consider a Lapel Pin for the perfect amount of shine or a Tetrad Ring or Signet Ring for extra sophistication. Don’t forget that a Solitaire Pendant or Duo Lariat Necklace can be the perfect finishing touch to your wedding day look.
Bridesmaids and members of the wedding party should shine bright without stealing the show. Light and delicate pieces are sure to add the perfect amount of brilliance to your look. Consider a Bezel Solitaire Necklace in customizable diamond shapes, sizes, and metal colors as a go-to staple piece for bridesmaids and party members. For something simple yet slightly more daring, try the Orion Bracelet or Shooting Star Ear Climber.
A wonderful way for wedding guests to show their love and excitement for the happy couple is by looking their best at this event. Whether you are simply a family friend or you are the mother of the bride, there are styles that will help you stand out from the crowd. Elegant essentials, such as Solitaire Studs are always a welcome addition to your wedding guest attire. Tennis Necklaces or a diamond-accented statement ring like the Alternating Shapes Band are also excellent choices.
Frequently asked questions about wedding jewelry
Traditionally, a wedding jewelry set features two or more pieces of jewelry that match in style, diamond shape, or metal color. A full jewelry set would feature matching earrings, bracelet, ring, and necklace. A wedding jewelry set is not only appropriate for a bride, but also for grooms and other members of the wedding day party who should feel empowered to express themselves and their own unique style.
Often, wedding day jewelry comes from the same collection. Matching necklaces, earrings, bracelets, and rings from the Constellation Collection, the VRAI x Amanda Hearst Rønning collection, VRAI x Style Me Pretty collection, or the VRAI x Brides collection are examples of popular matching sets. Linked Tennis Earrings, the Linked Tennis Bracelet, and the Linked Tennis Necklace would be an example of popular wedding day jewelry that was specifically designed to go together.
Of course! Your wedding day jewelry should reflect your personal style; if you prefer simple staples, there are fine jewelry designs made to match. Jewelry from the Solitaire Collection, such as a matching Solitaire Necklace and Solitaire Studs, are perfect for achieving simple sophistication. Bezel Solitaire Necklaces, Studs, and Bracelets, as well as Halo Studs and Necklaces, are also ideal not only for your wedding but for every day after.
Choose the metal color that you most often wear from day to day. This ensures that you’ll be able to incorporate each design into your daily life after the wedding is over. For those who have a mixture of both white gold and yellow gold, consider rose gold wedding jewelry for a look that is neutral and pairs well with both.