Look as dazzling as a gem on your wedding day; break the tradition of wearing pearls or white diamonds. This year is all about change, innovation and color.
Not sure which gem suits you more? Emerald, Sapphire, Ruby? Well, think no more, we've got this covered!
To make it easier (and fun) for you, select your stone according to your month of birth:
January Birthstone: Garnet l Color: Deep Red
February Birthstone: Amethyst l Color: Purple
March Birthstone: Aquamarine l Color: Pale Blue
April Birthstone: Diamond l Color: White, Clear
May Birthstone: Emerald l Color: Green
June Birthstone: Pearl l Color: White
July Birthstone: Ruby l Color: Red
August Birthstone: Peridot l Color: Yellow Green
September Birthstone: Sapphire l Color: Deep Blue
October Birthstone: Opal l Color: Multi-Colored
November Birthstone: Citrine l Color: Yellow
December Birthstone: Blue Topaz l Color: Blue
So, you have selected your gem for your wedding day (and we mean here your jewelry), check these tips out on how to assess these colored stones:
Color: the color saturation of the stone should be deep but yet has sparkle. Colored stones should always sparkle in the light.
Clarity: Clear stones should allow the light to enter; flawed stones usually stop the light from sparkling.
Cut: the cuts should be symmetrical and have no scratches or chatters. And it should also catch the light from all angles.
For more tips on choosing your wedding jewelry click here!