Wedding season is upon us once again. Accessories certainly aren’t something to be overlooked when planning for your wedding day. Jewellery is the perfect way to enhance your wedding look. Whether you have decided to go with a dress that is simple, glamorous or modern, the right piece of jewellery doesn’t only add to your shine. It can become something you can wear often, apart from your wedding ring of course, to revisit that special day. Continue reading for our bridal jewellery recommendations.
These Swarovski Chroma earrings would be a fantastic addition to any wedding outfit. Though the earrings are simple the large emerald-cut Swarovski crystal adds sparkle and a touch of glamour. Making the set appear more modern is the deep pink crystal set onto the larger one. The backing of the studs is rhodium plated.
If you’re after something more modern, these Calvin Klein drop earrings are the one for you. The earrings are made of stainless steel and feature a polished finish. From 2 spheres hang from thin chains attacked to a ball at the top.
If you still want drop earrings that would accentuate your face shape but prefer more traditional designs we suggest these Elements Gold drop earrings. This set has been inspired by the early Art Deco movement. They are simple in style, yet have a refined silhouette. Diamonds have been set into the earrings. They are made of 9 karat yellow gold.
Teardrop earrings are perfect for heart-shaped faces. A large oval cut Morganite crystal is set in the centre of the teardrop shape. The pink hue of the gemstone complements the soft pink of the rose-gold metal. Diamonds have been set into the earrings as well, accentuating the sparkle of the gem.
Tanzanite is amongst the rarest gemstones in the world. It’s found only in the country of Tanzania, after which it’s named. Tanzanite has an intriguing colour due to its trichroism. Marquise cut tanzanite crystals have been gently suspended from an inverted drop set with diamonds. The backing of the earrings is 9 karat yellow gold.
For any formal even pearls are a classic. If you’re going for a more traditional wedding, you can’t go wrong with choosing pearl earrings as your accessories. The earrings are drop style. Oval-shaped pearls hang from simple looking white gold setting. Adding a touch of sparkle to the design are diamonds set into the metal.
Simple and chic, this necklace doesn’t need much to stand out. The necklace is part of Swarovski’s Constella line. It has been inspired by solitaire style jewellery. The necklace is made of gold-plated bars, interspersed with Swarovski crystals set at even intervals around the necklace.
For a more subtle style why not consider this elegant Swarovski necklace. The pendant on the necklace features a twist design. The pendant is also set with multiple different sized round crystals. The metal of the necklace is rhodium plated, giving the piece a more appealing brighter tone.
If you’re after a more unconventional choice, we suggest this peridot gemstone necklace. The teardrop-shaped gem is set in 9 karat yellow gold. Peridot is believed to emit positivity, as well as to channel love and abundance.
In the past sapphires were amongst the most common stones used in engagement rings. This sapphire Art Deco-inspired pendant is perfect to highlight the traditional elements in your wedding. The rectangular gemstone is set on 9 karat gold. The Diamonds set on bars add sparkle to the design. The large sapphire is set to make it appear as if it’s suspended amidst the diamond-set bars.
The pink oval pearl is suspended from a rose-gold infinity symbol set with diamonds. The pink hue of the pearl and the rose-gold metal complement each other beautifully. Rose-gold is an easy choice as the metal complements all skin tones, both cool and warm.
This Rhodium plated bracelet is the perfect finishing touch. In the centre of the bracelet are set two crystals. One is a square-shaped stone and the other is a pink tear-shaped crystal. More crystals are set alongside the length of the chain.
This white gold bracelet is elegant and a fantastic addition to any wedding outfit. Though the pearls might make the design of the bracelet appear old fashioned, their unusual grey colour adds a modern spin. The bracelet secures with a lobster clasp.
If you liked the unusually shaped links of the previous bracelet, but pearls just aren’t your thing, we suggest this bracelet from Elements Gold. The bracelet is made of oval yellow gold and white gold links. The ovals are thicker on one side, giving them a distinct crescent moon shape.
If you’re more of a bangle person, we would like to offer you this Swarovski Attract Soul brangle. The piece has been rhodium plated to enhance its shine. Adding to the glamourous design of the crystal set bangle are two heart-shaped crystals set at the opening of the bangle. The design is romantic and perfect for a wedding.
Which piece from our bridal jewellery recommendations did you like best? Let us know in the comments below.