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Choosing Your Jewelry

Choosing Your Jewelry

Diamonds are indeed a girl’s best friend. But then again, when it comes to brides on their wedding day, jewelry in general is every bride’s “cherry-on-top.” There are different types of jewelry a bride could wear, and to give you some jewelry inspiration for your wedding day, here are a few ideas…


1.     Pearls

Pearls are the most popular jewelry pieces for brides. Their purity and elegance fit perfectly with every dress.

 

2.     Gold

Gold has been the traditional wedding jewelry for thousands of years. If you are not a fan of yellow gold, you can always turn to white gold as an alternative.

 

3.     Crystal

Swarovski jewelry is always elegant. Their crystals are clear and sparkly and will definitely complement your dress.

 

4.     Diamonds

Diamonds are also popular wedding jewelry. Most brides choose diamond wedding rings, as they are easily matched with other stones.

 

5.     Custom-made

You looked everywhere but still can't find anything you like?

Ask for custom-made jewelry. You can explain exactly what you want and have unique jewelry to suit your style.

 

6.     Zirconia

Some brides prefer this type of jewelry because it has many colors and styles, and is also not as expensive.

 

7.     Silver

Silver is timeless, and comes in a variety of shades and colors.

 

8.     Birthstones

Birthstones are gems or precious stones that symbolize the month of your birth. If you want to wear something more personal on your wedding day, why not wear jewelry that has your birthstone in it? Here is a list of each month and its birthstone: 

  • January-Garnet
  • February- Amethyst
  • March-Aquamarine
  • April-Diamond
  • May- Emerald
  • June-Pearl
  • July-Ruby
  • August-Peridot
  • September-Sapphire
  • October-Opal
  • November-Yellow Topaz
  • December-Blue Topaz

 

9.     Vintage

If you are looking for a more romantic and dreamy look, then vintage jewelry is what you need. Vintage jewelry is mainly antique jewelry. Maybe you can wear something your grandmother gave you, or a vintage piece of jewelry your mother-in-law has?

 

10.   Sets

Sets are always more convenient than buying each piece individually, pick a set that you like and you are ready to celebrate.

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