Something Old and Something New - Wearing Handmade Costume Jewelry on Your Wedding Day


by Sumaris Jewelry September 29, 2017

For good luck on her wedding day, a bride should incorporate, "something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue". In addition to her engagement ring, many brides choose to wear jewelry made of materials like silver, crystals, sapphire, and pearls.

But what’s the fun in looking exactly like everyone else?

Instead, use your wedding day as an opportunity to wear something no one else will have - a truly original piece of jewelry, as special and unique as the love you have for your partner-to-be. When you wear a one-of-a-kind piece of Sumaris Jewelry, which is inspired by vintage element, you wear something that combines the old with the new. Because these vintage elements have been loved by women in the past, you’re essentially borrowing it to wear before you one day gift it to a new generation. Last but not lease, we have blue necklaces too.

Check out these accessories to complete your wedding day, and snag your favorite before another bride does:

Our BAM-BAM necklace is the ideal accessory for the classic bride, who wants to wear pearls but still hopes to add just the slightest bit of individuality to her look. This gorgeous, mixed media necklace features white turquoise, vintage wood, faux pearls, and Swarovski crystal. How gorgeous would BAM-BAM look with this gown from Marchesa? On one hand, the lace and three-quarter sleeves are traditional, but the off-white color and off-shoulder silhouette add mystery and sexiness to the look.

Are you the kind of woman who needs luxe in her life, no matter the occasion? Even though you may feel obligated to wear white for tradition's sake, you don't need to leave the gold at home. Our EIFFEL necklace - made with vintage Lucite and faux pearls - is more than appropriate to wear on your wedding day, and it would look best on worn by an elegant lover of precious metals. Imagine pairing EIFFEL with this gold-beaded gown by Dany Mizrachi.

The SHIELD ME necklace is for the bride who refuses to follow the status quo. This bride loves cutting-edge fashion and industrial elements. She sets a trend seasons before any fashion editor has the chance to call it. Even better, this necklace features a vintage brooch by Trifari, the legendary costume jewelry designer. The look is completed with plastic chain, contemporary acrylic and metal beads, and Czech and Swarovski crystal. This white, belted shirt dress from Carolina Herrera is minimalist and sleek - and would look lovely paired with SHIELD ME.

A feminine and flirty bride would love our SWEET CREAM necklace, which allows her to wear her love...on her collarbone. Made from vintage and contemporary Lucite and faux pearls, this necklace is as playful as it is statement making. The best way to complement a heart necklace is to wear a dress with a sweetheart neckline, and this Christian Siriano gown checks all the boxes: it’s girlish yet flirty and romantic.

And now for something blue - our SKY BLUE necklace, which is made with a vintage BSK brooch and earrings, faux pearls, and Czech rondelles. This necklace is the perfect shade of blue because it’s still neutral while being noticeable enough to make a statement. How beautiful would our blue necklace look with an ivory-colored dress like this lacy, long-sleeve number by Melissa Sweet? Both are striking and ornate.

Now that you have some ideas, how do you plan to accessorize your wedding dress?




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