Find your perfect wedding jewellery with these 4 tips
- Decide what kind of wedding jewellery you want to wear. Before you contact your jeweller, think about what kind of wedding jewellery you would like to wear. Look at some examples online or on Pinterest, and also take into account your suit or wedding dress. For example, some wedding dresses do not allow you to wear a necklace on them.
- Think about the style and shape of your wedding jewellery. Does your wedding dress or suit have an exclusive style? Then go for wedding jewellery that matches it. Think about the material and colour of your wedding jewellery beforehand. If we talk about wedding rings, it is recommended to choose a more durable material as you will wear this jewellery all your life.
- To match or not to match. Contrary to popular belief, you don't have to choose wedding jewellery that matches. If you prefer a white gold diamond ring and your husband wears a classic gold ring, that's fine. You choose what you feel most comfortable with because it's you who will be wearing the jewellery all your life.
- Determine the budget. Depending on the material you prefer, it will have a different price tag. For wedding rings and engagement rings we recommend to choose for a good quality because these are jewels you want to wear all your life. So decide well in advance the budget you will spend on wedding jewellery.
FAQ Wedding Jewels
What types of wedding jewellery is there?
There is a wide range of wedding jewellery to choose from. The most important is the engagement ring. Choose for a classic engagement ring through a jeweller or for a custom made engagement ring through a jewellery designer. Do you want a stone in your ring, then you can choose from diamonds or one of the many precious stones such as sapphire, ruby, emerald, ... As your wedding day approaches, you may also want a set of wedding rings and perhaps a matching bracelet or earrings.
How to choose the perfect wedding jewellery?
When choosing an engagement ring, wedding ring or other wedding jewellery you can go to a jeweller or jewellery designer of your choice. Dare to go for an engagement ring that suits the model of your future partner and 'borrow' a ring secretly so you can tell the jeweller or jewellery designer what size it is. Afterwards you can usually have the jewel enlarged or reduced.
What should you pay attention to when choosing your wedding jewellery?
When buying your wedding jewellery, think about the different shapes, colours, purity and carat. Ideally, your jewellery should support your wedding dress or outfit, but it doesn't necessarily have to draw all the attention to itself.