Today’s brides were born to stand out, each with a wedding look that is all her own. Still, we’re seeing ladies today enjoy playing with several trends in jewelry for their big day.
It all starts with the engagement ring: the symbol she will wear forever as a sign of her everlasting love. Brides have been Pinning and Instagramingfancy cut center stones like emerald, asscher, pear, marquise, princess, radiant, and cushion cuts. And they’re thinking outside the diamond box too, choosing colored center stones like the peachy hued morganite.
As for the setting, more and more couples are setting the classic solitaire aside in favor of vintage-inspired bands featuring bezel settings and scroll work or ultra-modern micro pave thin bands. They’re also gravitating towards feminine and unique rose gold for a romantic touch, which pairs especially well with trendy morganite stone. More now than ever about the whole package; the center stone and the setting, and what it says about the bride.
Brides are upping the ante with sparkling accessories for in their wedding day looks as well, with trends in bridal jewelry accessories mirroring hot engagement ring looks. Pear, teardrop, and other fancy cut earrings add drama and bring attention to the face while colored gemstone necklaces, bracelets and even right hand rings tie in the wedding colors for a cohesive look.
No matter what style you choose for your engagement ring or other bridal jewelry, protecting it is always in style. As you’re shopping for designs for your big day, keep in mind not only the brands the jeweler carries and their financing options but also the warranty. What’s covered? How often do you need to get your jewelry serviced and inspected? Are you still covered if you move? These are all questions to ask your bridal jeweler to ensure that your wedding treasures are protected not just on the day you tie the knot, but for years to come.