Gifts for the bride from the groom
You’ve got the engagement ring, the wedding ring, and you’ve planned your big day from the hall to your bouquet on your honeymoon. But what about your something old, new, borrowed, and blue? If you are a traditionalist, you can collect these items from your mother, grandmother, or wives from your wedding party and bring them back after the wedding, but they also make great themes for your special gift from your future groom. If he’s warned, he’ll notice what other jewelry you covet when shopping for your rings or might even ask your best friend to help you pick out a piece of jewelry you’ll want to wear on your big day and for a long time afterward. —A keepsake that will always remind you of your distinctive relationship and the romantic occasion that means sharing your life with your true love.
Old and vintage jewelry continue to attract new brides with romance, enchanting old world techniques or handmade qualities and unique designs. The inherent durability of pieces from different decades sparked interest in jewelry from the Victorian, Edwardian / Belle Epoque, Art Deco eras as well as styles from the mid-20th century to the 1970s.
Fred leighton The Edwardian pearl and diamond brooch in 18k yellow gold topped with platinum can be worn in the hair for those who do not want a traditional veil and can then be worn whenever you want a little gem to dress up your hair . It is also a beautiful bar brooch that can be worn in a classic or more creative way, turning two short chains into a long one by hanging it between them or to tie a row of small bead bracelets or thin chains around the neck. wrist.
Bentley and Skinner Victorian gold twist bracelet with gold medallion, with a sentimental meaning clover: a ruby for passion, a diamond for enduring love and a sapphire for fidelity. This is the ultimate wedding gift if you are an antiques lover, desire a piece of jewelry such as a locket as a keepsake to house treasured messages or photos that testify to your special bond and have an affinity for the bracelets.
that of Anita Ko The 18k Diamond Huggies with Heart Diamond Drops feature a pattern and silhouette that is popular and recurring in jewelry. As hearts and hugs have come and gone in style in the 20e century – with sometimes overly soft or feminine hearts and hugs tending to look old-fashioned – they stick around these days when designed to be part of an ‘ear party’ or reinterpreted with the current and relevant atmosphere that is typical Anita Ko.
Whether bold and daring or clean and streamlined, new pieces from emerging and established designers are most desirable when they are in keeping with the bride’s personality and lifestyle.
The New Legacy The Mood bracelet in 18k white gold and diamonds enhances a thin and versatile bracelet with a row of round diamonds. It’s portable, sleek, and can stack with other bracelets you already own.
Jade Trau’s The Rae 18k Pave Diamond Earrings feature two oval-shaped diamonds surrounded by pave diamonds. The angular silhouette and signature matte finish create a modern look and will become a staple in your jewelry rotation.
Inspiration derived from the past – in the technique of goldsmithing, gemstone cutting, the popular style of a certain period is rejuvenated and reinvented with the distinctive aesthetic of a designer for the modern woman in this theme.
TAP by Todd Pownell’s A modern alternative to rose cut diamonds and cluster designs crafted as only Todd Pownell can master with a bit of femininity and a chic sense of contemporary freshness. Here in 18 carats with prong set, pear-shaped pear-shaped diamonds totaling paired with a cluster of inverted round diamonds.
Mizuki 14K Gold Diamond Star and Akoya Station Pearl Pendant for when you want to feel like a star, wish a lucky star, or allow the stars to guide your wedding through life’s big and small occasions and all that comes with it. sharing your hopes dreams and goals with the one you love.
that of John Iversen The Hydrangea Four-Piece Earrings in 18k Yellow Gold with Akoya Pearls take inspiration from the flowers that grow in spring signaling a new beginning and transform them into elegantly dramatic earrings for the nature lover with a penchant for making a statement with her jewelry.
Jade trau borrows from the junior high school days of the 1960s and 1970s when “staying steady” was all the rage and receiving your boyfriend’s ID bracelet sealed the deal.
From the serene hues of the sea – aquamarine – to the more mystical hues of the sky such as sapphire, blue continues to be the favorite color of women, accented by diamonds. Aquamarine is the stone of hope, truth and tranquility and sapphires the jewel of loyalty, faithfulness and faithfulness, all important meanings for a gift from the groom to his bride.
Real estate diamond jewelry The pear shaped aquamarine earrings with diamond entourage are sure to showcase your best features with their calm but clear and vivid aquamarine pear shaped stones and diamond entourage.
by Kwiat The 18k white gold, diamond and sapphire bracelet blends the beauty of diamonds with barrel-shaped stations set with the perfect hue of sapphire baguettes for a timeless piece that features blue gemstones but is also inspired by jewelry from the Art Deco period.
that of Maria Beaulieu Simply chic 18k emerald-cut aquamarine in a yellow gold bezel for the woman who prefers her jewelry with clean, sophisticated lines and a stripped down, uneducated feeling.
Something old, new, borrowed and blue:
This theme contains all four elements and we found them in a beautiful love token – a real coin – from Heavenly vices, a US Seated Liberty Dime minted in 1882. The front of the coin has been ground so that it can be engraved with this impressive scene of a swallow, flowers and leaves. What sets this love token apart as even more stunning is that it features different shades of blue and blue / green enamel and it was all created in the 19th century. Swallows are known to mate for life. In Victorian times, they led sailors on their journeys from the sea and came to mean a safe home as well. Where does something new take shape? In the bezel and the bail set with diamonds created by designer Samantha Jackson and in the chain adorned with diamonds from which the token is suspended. Could a gift be more romantic?