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Custom Wedding Jewelry
| March 31, 2017, 04:59:26 PM

The final touch to your bridal gown is usually jewelry. Should you go with bold baubles or delicate diamonds? While there are dozens of places to look for the right accent for your dress, having your jewelry custom-made ensures you get a perfect match, no matter what your personal style is.

Look for a bead or other jewelry store that has worked with brides before. Jewelry designers suggest bringing a swatch of your gown to your consultation. At that time, the designer can help you select the right beads and stones to match. Necklaces are most common, and with brides becoming more adventurous with their wedding-day look, they now come in all colors. Jet black Swarovski crystal is growing in popularity, while the “aurora borealis” Swarovski beads (clear with a shiny, rainbow-like coating) are a favorite of brides-to-be.

An entire bridal party — including bridesmaids, mothers and flower girls — can be outfitted in custom-made jewelry, from necklaces to bracelets to earrings. Maroon and gray are popular bridesmaids’ gown colors, so designers are seeing a rise in custom jewelry matching those colors. For the fun, flirtatious bride and her party, the part of the necklace that rests on the back of the neck can be designed with flowers, butterflies or anything else the bride requests. That way, when she walks down the aisle, people can “oooh” and “ahhh” from both directions.

Besides custom-made jewelry, many jewelry and bead shops specialize in personalized bridal party gifts. This year, monogramming is extremely popular. Name bracelets and a charm with one’s initials make great gifts without breaking the bank.



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