When it comes to wedding style jewelry; are you ready to say “I Do’ to some great jewels? Indeed, there are many ways to compliment your outfit and your bridal party.
Wedding Style Jewelry
In the first place, one of the most important purchases you will make is choosing your wedding band for yourself and your significant other. When it comes to bands, many prefer to have matching styles. And, others prefer a band that looks different, yet compliments your partners.
Indeed, when it comes to choosing your band – it is all about the aesthetic. For any gay couple planning to marry; be sure to visit our Pride Month Love Jewelry post where you will find some ideas on choosing the right ring.
Of course, the key is to have a discussion with your partner before heading to the jewelry store. With this in mind, this will help you select the ideal wedding band.
Everything old is new again. With this in mind, one of the most popular trends in wedding bands this season are Vintage style rings.
From our Vintage collection, this 1940 – 1950 Platinum Band is a classic. Set in Platinum, this band features 10 round full cut Diamonds.
From Tiffany & Co., this Men’s Platinum Wedding Band is a timeless, yet modern style. Indeed, platinum is a popular choice as it doesn’t scratch or chip easily and is perfect for everyday wear.
In addition to a wedding dress and an engagement ring; many brides like to compliment their dress with a few other pieces of jewelry. Ultimately, classic styles such as a strand of pearls, diamond necklace or earrings are pieces that you will treasure forever.
Be sure to visit our Modern Pearl Jewelry 2019 post for styles that are ideal for wedding season.
For instance, a necklace should compliment the neckline of your dress. Of course, your wedding dress should be the focal point.
From Peter Suchy Designs, this stunning Pendant features a 1.07 carat transitional cut Diamond circa 1940 on a timeless Platinum cable chain.
In summary, the key to wedding style jewelry is to find a balance between your ensemble and jewelry.
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