Fall Wedding? Make These Beautiful Pieces Your “Something Blue”
Want to pay homage to that beloved bridal traditional of “something blue” on your wedding day?
From turquoise to topaz, or opals to sapphires, there’s a wide variety of gems to accessorize with for a splash of blue when tying the knot. Just because it’s fall doesn’t mean you can’t still enjoy a pop of summer blue. You can, however, opt for pieces with intricate fall-inspired details such as laves and bunches of grapes–depending on your preference, of course.
Here are some stunning pieces of jewelry that would be perfect as your “something blue” when saying “I do.”
DAVIDOR Arch Cut Aquamarine and Brilliant Diamonds Couleur Sculptural Earring
With Brilliant Diamonds and Arch Cut Aquamarine, these beautiful, handcrafted earrings are a true work of art. They’ll add a touch of sweetness and elegance to any bridal look. Whether you’re saying “I do” on a casual rooftop or in a swanky ballroom, these earrings offer both the simplicity and extravagance to suit any level of bridal formality.
Blue Nile Oval Solitaire Sapphire Pendant
Brides-to-be in search of something traditional will adore this Blue Nile Sapphire Pendant. Suspended from an 18k white gold cable-link chain, a vibrant oval blue sapphire in a classic four claw setting sparkles.
This mesmerizing necklace will add an instant touch of luxury to your gown. For brides in want of an ageless “something blue,” this choice will certainly not disappoint.
Trumpet & Horn “Lake Lane” Vintage Ring
Vintage brides: what better way to embrace tradition than with this authentic 14k yellow gold and opal ringthat dates back to the 1960’s? Featuring a colorless Cabochon jelly opal displaying hints of greens and reds framed by yellow gold motifs of leaves and grapes, this ring is truly unique–and much in theme with the season. Equally as intriguing is what it represents. Legend has it that wearing a jelly opal stone will improve communication skills and provide solutions to difficult problems. What more could you ask for from a ring?
Pamela Love Moon Phase Necklace
…a winner for the mystical bride.
Beautiful, mysterious, and fancy at all once, this necklace doesn’t have to be worn only as a wedding piece. You can cherish it by wearing it on all special occasions.
With its deep blue lapis and yellow gold and white diamonds, this moon necklace signifies change, creativity, and female empowerment. It’s the ideal accessory for brides who believe…
Stevie Wren 14k Yellow Gold Geometric Blue Diamond Bangle Bracelet
Simple yet chic, Stevie Wren’s Blue Diamond Bangle draws one’s eyes to the light. It’s a stunning accessory for embracing bridal tradition. The polished 14k yellow gold links sparkle against the 0.19 carat diamonds. You can wear it for almost any occasion beyond your special day.
Tiffany & Co’s 4 Leaves Brooch in Platinum and Yellow Gold with Turquoise and Diamonds
What better way to embrace a fall wedding than by pinning this fabulous botanical-inspired brooch to your gown? This four leaves brooch design features dazzling round diamonds surrounded by four oval cabochon turquoises for an impressive statement look without being too over the top. It’s perfect for brides besotted with bold jewelry trends.
About The Author
Debbie Azar is the Co-Founder and President of Gemological Science International (GSI), one of the largest gemological organizations in the world, and a distinguished leader in the global diamond and jewelry industry. As an executive with extensive knowledge of the jewelry and gem lab industries, her entrepreneurial skills and vision have helped GSI achieve rapid and continuous growth worldwide, establishing 13 leading-edge gemological facilities on four continents. She currently serves on the boards of the Jewelers Vigilance Committee, Responsible Jewellery Council, and Jewelers for Children, and is a member of the 24 Karat Club of New York. She has been featured in Forbes, Daily Mail, Good Morning America, Bloomberg, Bloomberg Businessweek, Fox Business, Fox5, CBS2, BOLDTV, Varney&Co, The Street, and NASDAQ, among others.