Say I do to bridal jewelry. Of course, if you’re already married; renew your vows. For any new bride-to-be, you have a full plate. With planning the wedding and wanting everything to go right; there are a few things you should consider to have your special day go off without a hitch. So, are you ready to plan your special day?
Say I Do
Have you already selected an engagement ring? In case, you haven’t started yet; make sure you visit our Best Engagement Rings for Your Budget post where you will find rings at all price points.
In addition to your engagement ring; you have to think about the wedding band. When it comes to wedding bands; do you want something that matches? Or, do you want non-matching rings that compliment your style? Whether you want something unique or a matching set; it is a good idea to have an idea of what you want and a budget in mind.
Say I Do Bridal Jewelry
Now that you have both your engagement and wedding rings picked; it is time to decide if you want to wear jewelry with your dress. Since many brides like to wear something to compliment their wedding dress; a strand of pearls or either a pair of pearl or diamond earrings are a great option.
Highlight the beauty in this 6 – 6.5 mm Japanese Akoya Pearls. Also, this strand of pearls features a 14k white gold catch in a natural color and the pearls have a cream and pink undertone.
Indeed, this necklace will be the perfect style to wear on your wedding day or with any outfit.
From our Estate collection, circa 1960, these gorgeous earrings are sure to be the perfect piece of jewelry for any bride to wear. Hence, these Earrings feature 2 Japanese Akoya Cultured Pearls with 2 Diamonds for a touch of sparkle.
In summary, once you have your wedding jewelry; it is important to protect it. Make sure you receive an appraisal from your jeweler and secondly, you’ll want to have your home insurance, insure your pieces to protect its value and sentimental value. Be sure to visit our Important Jewelry Information post where you can read what you need to do to protect your jewelry treasures.