Wedding Jewelry For 4 Bridal Styles
June 15th, 2021
We love a perfect match! It’s essential that your wedding jewelry properly pairs with your bridal style. Are you a classic bride? Maybe you’re looking for something more eclectic! When you narrow down your bridal style, not only will you feel more confident choosing the details for your wedding day, but it will make shopping for wedding jewelry that much more pleasurable of an experience. Read on to discover how to coordinate jewelry with your unique bridal style.
For The Sentimental Bride
The sentimental bride readily shows their love. This sort of vulnerability is reflected in jewelry that has meaning beyond its beauty. While an heirloom is almost a must for the sentimental bride, buying a new diamond necklace or pair of earrings will leave you with something to wear for years to come that will always remind you of your wedding day.
A solitaire necklace is a beautiful, demure choice, but to add a touch of distinction consider this blooming solitaire necklace from Christopher Designs. Crafted from white gold, the diamond centerpiece is surrounded by a glittering halo that blooms outward like soft petals. Floral-inspired jewelry is reflective of the way your love will continue to grow over the years.
If you desire something a touch more glamorous, we recommend these regal diamond drop earrings from Simon G. The subtle heart motif adds a romantic charm, while the brilliant round and marquise cut diamonds mesmerize.
The Bride With Classic Taste
The classic bridal style is replete with enchanting diamonds and perennial pearls. This style is appealing for its beauty and its timelessness. A vintage bridal style is refined and elegant now, and it will still be twenty, forty years from now!
We recommend this gleaming pearl necklace from the United States pearl giant Mastoloni. This petite necklace features a 14k yellow gold lobster clasp. Not only can this classic style necklace be worn on multiple occasions, but it can be easily handed down or given as an heirloom.
Vintage styles can also be dramatic. Make a grand entrance with a pair of glittering chandelier earrings with baguette and round diamonds that cascade down in luxe lines. Pay homage to the roaring twenties with chandelier earrings suitable for a Gatsby soiree.
For The Colorful Bride
We admit, even the most beautiful bridal styles can be a bit too monotone. The colorful bride acknowledges that and she craves some excitement with a few more hues. For a dash of color, consider this simply stunning pink topaz pendant necklace.
Primacy is given to the pink pear cut topaz. With another white pear cut diamond mirrored above, both pear cuts are accented by glittering small diamonds. Crafted from 18k white gold, this piece is classic and feminine.
For an earthier and equally alluring look, we recommend the Paradise pendant necklace. This piece has an understated floral vibe, perfect for a garden wedding. The diamonds, spinel, and tsavorite shimmer while the ornate rose gold gently glows.
The Boho Chic Bride
Boho brides love to shop jewelry detailing techniques like braiding, textures, or woven designs. We’re talking about multi-color gems as well as vibrant and desaturated colors throughout each piece. This bride treasures relaxed, eclectic looks like this tiered moonstone cuff from Henderson Luca.
The 18k yellow gold vermeil is textured with vertical lines throughout. The gold is vibrant while the texture provides shadow, giving a desaturated look. The piece is accented with dreamy moonstone and diamonds for a truly magical look. We suggest donning this cuff on your upper forearm for the most transfixing styling.
Wedding Jewelry For Every Bridal Style
Explore more gorgeous wedding jewelry to match your bridal style at Merry Richards Jewelers. Peruse our expansive inventory online, or shop in-store and receive assistance in making your selections from our highly trained staff. For decades, we have been helping couples celebrate momentous occasions and create beautiful memories. For unparalleled service and selection, shop wedding jewelry at Merry Richards Jewelers.