Fashion Friday: Bridal Jewelry Trends

We thought for this months Fashion Friday we would bring in some of the smaller in size, higher in price accessories that you ladies need and want for your big day! Derek from Wilson Diamonds joins us with a look at current bridal jewelry trends!

The wedding day is one of the most important events in a woman’s life. She wants to look as amazing as possible for such an unforgettable moment. Today, we’re bringing you Fashion Friday Bridal Jewelry Trends. We want to help you choose a trendy necklace and earrings for your special day. And, we explore the latest trends in engagement rings, that one piece of jewelry you plan to never take off during your lifetime.

Trending Engagement Ring Styles

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The halo-style engagement ring was popular in 2013, and is still trending today. These vintage style rings appeal to those who want their center diamond to appear bigger than it really is. Many brides also say that this particular style enhances the sparkle of the ring. 

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The cushion-cut engagement ring has become even trendier than the ever-popular princess-cut in 2014. This style is a mixture of cuts and Old European antique cuts. Brides say it has a romantic appeal because of its rounded, soft edges. Combine them with a halo-style cut for an incredibly unique look.

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Interested in a little vintage charm? The emerald-cut engagement ring is for you. Stylish celebrities like Angelina Jolie and Ciara wear these style rings because of their timeless beauty and versatility. It gives off a striking silhouette appeal with its regular shape and facet pattern.

Necklace Trend

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Blue is really trending with brides in 2014, and abalone, with its shimmering pearl beauty, fits into that mix. Why? Well, beside from its color, it’s generally inexpensive, made of organic material and always looks exotic. Jewelry designers such as Arunashi, Jacquie Aiche and Isharya use them in their collections these days.

Earring Trend

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These days, brides have come to prefer earrings that are subtle enough as to not take attention away from their wedding gowns. Yet, they still want them to enhance the natural beauty in the faces, as well as their wedding day makeovers. Stud earrings, stick or bar motifs and other sleek, simple silhouette styles.