For the traditional diamond solitaire engagement ring, his and hers wedding bands, and even thank you gifts for your attendants such as engraved silver picture frames, tankards or watches, the jeweller has them all! Rings made from yellow gold are most conventional, but bands made from white, Welsh or rose gold, platinum, titanium or stainless steel are steadily increasing in popularity. It used to be considered correct for the groom to have spent a month’s wages on the engagement ring, and to have bought it prior to proposing. Modern brides prefer to have an input as to the style of her ring – as you will be wearing this wedding jewellery for the rest of your life! If you don’t want to go for a diamond, the bride’s birthstone makes an individual alternative. Bespoke engagement rings and wedding rings are not necessarily more expensive, and ensure your choice will be unique.
Your Wedding Rings is the most personal piece of jewellery you will ever own. Not only because of the meaning behind wearing it, and the promises you have made to each other during your wedding ceremony’s ring exchange, but also because it is perhaps the only piece of jewellery that you will wear almost continuously for the rest of your life. Engagement rings are often passed from one generation to another, but the same seldom applies to wedding rings and the chances are that you will be choosing a new one. Choose your wedding jewellery carefully; it will be with you forever.
Choosing your wedding jewellery can either make or ruin your bridal style. There are so many factors to consider it can seem like a complete maze. Have you thought about your dress style, neckline and fabric? Have you considered your day to day jewellery wearing? Are you wearing your hair up or down? If you have not decided here are some Great wedding jewellery ideas.
Although bridal tiaras and hair accessories are not the most immediate items which spring to mind when you think of wedding jewellery, the play an important role, in framing your wedding gown and balancing your bridal image. Whether you have chosen to wear a family heirloom or a more modern accessory, remember to make sure it is balanced with your shoes, hair and make up.