“Something (splendidly) blue” to pair with your wedding gown. Read More >
Wedding season is in full swing! We generally suggest wearing a necklace or a pair of earrings with a bridal gown because you’d want to avoid jewelry pulling on your dress. We love pearls for a wedding and vintage David Webb pearl earrings are a chic way to approach “something old” or “something borrowed.” Read More >
The perfect dress and earrings for a summer wedding.
Dress by Monique Lhuillier and available at Neiman Marcus.
We’re in the middle of wedding season and many couples are pulling the last minute details together, like finding the perfect wedding bands. What makes some brides pause is whether to choose a match for their engagement ring or select a bold wedding band that can stand on its own. Matching your engagement ring looks beautiful, but you don’t have to be boxed in. Magnificent wedding bands, like an emerald cut, Asscher cut or oval cut eternity band, are perfect to wear on their own. Read More >
The cushion cut originates it shape from the “old mine” cut, a popular cut in the nineteenth century, which looked like a square diamond with soft corners. The difference between the two cuts is the old mine cut has 58 facets and the cushion cut has 64 facets. The Hope Diamond, one of the most valuable blue diamonds in the world, is a cushion antique brilliant cut. While it’s not known exactly when the Hope diamond was cut, it must have been somewhere between 1792 and 1812 (which is when the Hope Diamond mysteriously disappeared). Read More >
It’s quite possible that your next wedding invitation is to a beach wedding. And when it arrives, embrace the breeze, the sand and the shells and get into the spirit with these perfect conch earrings. Read More >
Finding the right jewelry to a garden wedding can be tough, but a touch of floral and pastel can be all you really need. Read More >
As summer approaches, you’ll start receiving more wedding invitations. And if that invite calls for Black Tie, we have you covered with these stunning emerald earrings and necklace. Read More >
For the bride who loves vintage, “something old” has a special meaning. Choose timeless pieces that match your personal style and gown, like pearl earrings by David Webb or an Edwardian pearl choker. Read More >
Earrings are the perfect wedding jewelry because it photographs well and doesn’t pull on your dress, like a ring or bracelet could. For a stunning timeless but modern look, try diamond cluster earrings or studs. Read More >