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Wedding Jewellery – What Jewellery To Buy For Your Wedding

Engagement Rings, Wedding Rings & Gifts

Weddings are full of extravagance and the jewellery on display is certainly no exception. There are a lot of options when it comes to selecting the jewellery for special guests and really, the world is your oyster whether you have a large or small budget.

Everyone wants to look their best at a wedding, so why not go all out and hand-pick some amazing pieces of jewellery for your most important guests. Not only will it make them look and feel great, but it will give you a fantastic buzz as well. When it comes to the jewellery, most of us just see a wedding as a chance to witness a beautiful ring for the bride. However, this doesn’t necessarily have to be the case. There are opportunities everywhere to splash a bit of sparkle about!

Before the wedding itself, it is a well founded tradition to purchase engagement rings for both the bride and more commonly nowadays, the groom to be. When it comes to the big day itself, of course there are the main wedding rings to focus attention on, but other accessories can be displayed too.

Think about the cufflinks for the groom and the rest of the male party. These can be personalised and come in many shapes, designs and colours. If your wedding is themed, then the cufflinks can tie in with that theme really well.

For the women is where the jewellery gets really exciting. A tiara is a great option for the primary female wedding party, or could be a showpiece item worn just by the bride herself. You could think about getting presents for the bridesmaids and mother of the bride too. Pendants, lockets, bracelets and birthstone charms are a great way to say thanks and also have them displayed on your big day.

It is a good idea to have matching outfits for bridesmaids and you could extend this to the jewellery too, so think about earrings, necklaces, bracelets etc. Depending on the type of wedding you are having and the theme, you can go classical, glamorous, minimal, colourful, gothic and vintage – there are a million different styles to adopt, so decide early on and stick to it!

 

 

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