Our top five Wedding jewellery designs so far this year...
June 11, 2020
No matter your style or your wedding theme, there are bridal pieces out there that are perfect for you, and they are quite possibly in our top five pieces as chosen by our Jules Bridal Jewellery brides to be this year. Our passion is to make sure you get the perfect jewellery to match your ensemble for the big day. Whether you’re looking for crystals, pearls or intricate details we will have or can make a piece to compliment your dress.
Here are our top five jewellery pieces of 2020 so far…
Incorporate a luxurious touch to your wedding day attire with these vintage-inspired crystal pave set teardrop earrings. Glamorously stylish and timeless, these treasures are encrusted with tiny Swarovski crystals for light-catching elegance. Masterfully handmade and suitable for pierced earrings.
If you want to add a touch of vintage to your wedding day look then these Swarovski crystal encrusted Sterling Silver earring fittings with a luxurious teardrop shaped freshwater pearl are a perfect choice. Carefully handmade for pierced ears.
The geometric shape and vintage opulence of the Lucia Rhinestone and Pearl Comb are very reminiscent of the Art Deco period. Ideal for vintage style brides, it can be worn as a side comb or through the back just above the veil. This expertly handmade hair comb has been made using the finest Swarovski Crystals and Pearls. This comb coordinates perfectly with our Andrea earrings.
Brand new to our Vines collection and already a firm favourite, the Kelly Gold Leaf and crystal headpiece is carefully handmade from individual silver leaves blended with tiny diamante crystals for a lovely little sparkle. The Kelly Gold Vine is a light and flexible headpiece that can be worn to the side, back or across the top of the head. It is simply attached with tiny alligator style clips at either end of the piece or with a ribbon-tie, colour of your choice.
Adorn yourself with the most classic of pieces on your wedding day. This beautiful vintage-inspired bracelet will infuse your wedding look with some classic styling. Masterfully handmade with a detailed and delicate design of crystal embellished elements. Set with Swarovski crystals in an antique style silver plated finish. A superb addition to any jewel box and sure to be worn again and again. Available in standard length 7.5inch/19cm. This piece works well with it's coordinating pieces Jodie earrings, and the Ellen hair comb.
As well as these beautiful and very popular pieces we offer a made to order service for bridal jewellery and headpieces, so whether you have a particular design in mind or just a rough idea we can help. We can advise and show you the various options and styles available so you can be an integral part of the design process. Images of your gown, your hairstyle and any other accessories including the veil mean that we can specifically tailor pieces to your overall look, this is particularly the case for headpieces which need to work with both the gown and the hairstyle chosen. If you have a specific look in my mind contact our team and we can come up with some options for you.
Wedding hair vines are very on trend this year, but if you are asking yourself “What’s a wedding hair vine?”, let us explain. Wedding hair vines are long, flexible head pieces made on thin twisted wire that can be shaped to any design required to suit your hairstyle. Wedding hair vines generally don’t have any combs attached to them and can easily be pinned into your hair wherever needed. This gives them the flexibility to be worn with many different hairstyles.
So, how should you wear your wedding hair vine...
First, decide on how you will be wearing your hair; will you be wearing your hair down, in a long loose braid? Hair vines also look fantastic in half up half down hairstyles. Simply secure into the section of your hair that is pinned up, and then gentle curve down through your loose waves. If you are wearing your hair in a loose plait, the hair vine can simply be plaited into your hair as it is done.
As we mentioned hair vines are a very big trend for this year and here are our top selling wedding hair vines for 2020 so far...
Our delicate Gold Leaf and Freshwater Pearl Headpiece, made from individual gold leaves blended with freshwater pearls and tiny diamante crystals for a little sparkle.
The Gold Vine is a light and flexible headpiece that can be worn to the side, back or across the top of the head. It is simply attached with tiny alligator style clips hidden beneath the piece.
Whatever your mood, style, outfit or budget, there are statement earrings out there that make you happy the moment you put them on. We remember the earrings we wore on first dates and on special occasions and, let’s be honest, we can always find an excuse to treat ourselves to a new pair! When it comes to your wedding earrings, the stakes are a little higher but don’t worry, we’re here today with our top tips to help you choose the perfect pair…
You’ll be wearing your statement earrings all say so not only do they need to be beautiful they need to be practical too. If you don’t often wear long drop earrings it might be a good idea to wear your earrings at home behind closed doors for a few days to be sure you get on with them.
Consider any other accessories you'll be wearing or the details of your wedding dress when choosing your earrings. If your dress has embellishments, you might like to opt for earrings that coordinate with them.
Don’t forget that your whole outfit should be balanced, if you want to wear a glamorous pair of statement earrings, don’t rush to wear lots of other accessories, alternatively if you opt for subtle wedding earrings you can then choose to wear lots of other pieces too, our Alisha, Freshwater Pearl Silver Earrings are perfect for this.
Pearls are very often a popular wedding day gift for a bride, but why are pearls associated with weddings, you may be thinking!
Thanks to their fabulous shimmering iridescence, these organic little gems have always been highly prized throughout history, in fact, Cleopatra is said to have dissolved a pearl in a glass of wine before drinking it, simply to show Marc Antony that she could consume the wealth of an entire country in just one meal, and the ancient Greeks associated the pearl with love, marriage, and marital harmony. During the crusades knights wore pearls on the battlefield, believing they held magic powers that would protect them from harm. In the 1500s pearls were so highly regarded that countries across Europe passed laws forbidding anyone apart from nobility to wear them. And even to this day, they are still a popular choice for royalty, especially at weddings. Queen Elizabeth II wore them at her wedding and over in the USA, Jacqueline Bouvier wore a strand the day she became Mrs Kennedy, which was almost royalty.
Are you considering making pearls part of your wedding? When it comes time to make your pearl selection, what do you need to know? Let us help...