Wedding Jewelry Trends


By Hannah Craft, Diamonds Direct

Pampas grass or white roses? Cowboy boots or high heels? Diamonds or pearls? Depending on your bridal style, you may want a different jewelry look for your big day! The following sets can be mixed and matched any way you like.

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The Boho Bride

The Boho Bride has a quirky twist on tradition, leaning towards nature-inspired accents and earthy tones. These rose gold pieces give the Boho Bride the earthy tone she wants, while the circle stud earrings are a nod towards her quirkiness. The floral bypass ring offers the nature-inspired accents trending for the Boho Bride, and the bangle anchors the look with a mixture of round cut diamonds and rose gold accents.

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The Western Bride

The Western Bride loves her cowboy boots and a wide-brimmed hat, so these pieces were chosen to accent these accessories. The stationary necklace can be worn long or layered and pairs perfectly with the matching bracelet. The gemstone stud earrings are the showstopper of this look, with 15.20 carats of sky blue and London blue topaz stones and 0.16 carats of diamonds.

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The Classic Bride

The Classic Bride loves a traditional look and thinks “less is more” is a mantra to live by. The eighteen-inch stationary diamond and pearl necklace is simple and classic and pairs beautifully with the flex bangle with oval-cut diamond accents. The hoops complete the look with a modern twist on the classic pearl earring.

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The Modern Elegance Bride

The Modern Elegance Bride will take glam to the next level with this graduated diamond riviera necklace and a traditional tennis bracelet. The circular stud earrings are a step back from what this bride might usually choose, but it gives the spotlight to the stunning riviera necklace.

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The Vintage Bride

The Vintage Bride loves everything that is a nod to the past, especially the vibrance of blue sapphires. This bride will look like royalty in this blue sapphire pendant with a scalloped diamond halo which is the perfect match to the blue sapphire studs, also with scalloped halos. Finish off the look with a blue sapphire and diamond tennis bracelet.

Hannah Craft is a Brand Ambassador for Diamonds Direct, one of America’s largest and most successful jewelry companies. The company was founded in 1995 and now has 26 retail locations. They are a direct-to-consumer destination retailer headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina. Diamonds Direct backs their products with industry-leading guarantees and warranties, including their signature 110% lifetime guarantee.