Pearl Bridal Jewelry

April 6, 2011 by Emma

The tradition of wearing pearls during weddings unfortunately lost its charm during the early nineties. But that soon has changed. The new millennium saw pearls capturing the hearts of women once again and pearls became very popular during this time period. And today, it has become an integral fashion accessory and a woman’s best friend.

Pure gemstones like pearls have been synonymous with purity, romance and commitment. No wonder then that these beautiful gems are the preferred choice for bridal jewelry. We offer them at amazing prices that makes it affordable and suitable for all budgets.

Modern day weddings have become expensive affairs, be it traditional, contemporary or exotic. The theme and budget play an important role. Pure white or off-white Akoya, South Sea or Freshwater pearl sets are excellent options for a traditional wedding.

White South Sea pearl pendant and earring sets are an excellent choice for a modern day wedding. For a flashy and glamour driven event, the bridal adornments can consist of either a black Tahitian or Golden South Sea pearl sets.

Among various embellishments in a bride’s vanity box, a necklace has become a vital accessory. Bridal necklaces vary with the bride’s dress. A collar, choker or even a matinee design complements high neck dresses perfectly, whereas a dress with moderate neckline, a 17-18 inch necklace would be the best choice. A 36 inch single strand pearl necklace is also an excellent pick due to its accommodative attributes. A rope design goes well with low neckline attires. It is important to consider the type of dress a bride will wear while choosing the right necklace.

Pearls come in a variety of shapes, colors and overtones making them extremely flexible. They are a big hit with jewelry designers because of their versatility. Freshwater pearl necklaces are quite popular because of their affordability and distinct properties.

Tahitian, South Sea and Golden pearls are some of the options available for bridal pearl rings. Many of these finger bands are interspersed with diamonds to make them look elegant; and add a touch of originality. Whether cultured or natural, simple or intricate, a pearl finger band is a charming symbol of a couple’s enduring love and an integral part of a bride’s jewelry set.

Emma

Emma Frost is the Creative Associate at The Pearl Source since July 2012.
She has been involved in various Creative Projects at The Pearl Source and is a keen blogger.
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