We believe that choosing your bridal jewellery is just as important as deciding what wedding dress you're going to wear, so we've pulled together the top bridal jewellery trends for 2019 to help all fashion-forward brides create eye-catching looks. 

If you’ve already chosen your jewellery for your wedding day, take a look at these wedding dress trends for 2019.

Top Bridal Jewellery Trends for 2019

The Pearl Bridal Jewellery Trend

Whilst pearl-based jewellery often revolves around simple, dainty pieces that are aimed at the more traditional bride, some designers are now using the pearl to create bolder statement looks.

Neola pearl earrings

Neola has rebranded the classic pearl by positioning them within angular settings to create really eye-catching and unusual pieces that are perfect for the edgy bride.

Are you an edgy bride? Find our edit of alternative wedding dresses for the quirky bride.

Olivia and Pearl pearl jewellery

Meanwhile, Olivia and Pearl offer stylish, statement, and incredibly unique earrings and necklaces made from these precious materials. Lead Designer and founder Olivia Smith has designed these pieces with the ambitious, intelligent and stylish woman in mind.

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Rachel Whitehead pearl jewellery

Alternatively, if you’re planning a rustic wedding, check out these adorable pieces by Birmingham-based jewellery designer Rachel Whitehead. By using pearls to create dragon flies, acorns and even ice-creams, Rachel Whitehead jewellery retains the girly aesthetics we expect with pearl jewellery whilst also offering something with more a touch more character.

These Rachel Whitehead pieces not only look great on brides, but they'd also make really cute gifts for your bridesmaids.

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The Diamond Pavé Bridal Jewellery Trend

Diamond pavé jewellery compliment wedding dresses of all types. Jazz up a simpler gown with a bold statement piece, or couple your eccentric wedding dress with even more sparkle. 

Rox Pave Bridal Jewellery

Rox Pavé Jewellery is an award-winning British luxury jeweller that specialises in glistening pavé diamond engagement rings and wedding bands. Using great skill, Rox Pavé Jewellery set stones closely together to create intricate designs that you'll treasure forever. These pieces never fail to turn heads.

Orelia London Pave Jewellery

Orelia London is a very affordable alternative for the pavé-loving bride. These contemporary pieces with a high-end look are perfect for both bridal or bridesmaid fashion. These hexagonal hoops, lined pavé-style, are perfect for the edgy bride. Alternatively, these forward-facing hoop earrings are great for the more traditional bride.

If you’re hoping to sparkle big on your wedding day, browse Wedding Style Collective's beaded wedding dresses here.

The Ethical Bridal Jewellery Trend

Lily Flo's Ethical Bridal Jewellery

Ethical shopping has become a bridal jewellery trend that’s taking the fashion industry by storm. Leading bridal jewellery designers like Lily Flo use recycled materials when creating their gorgeous pieces in response to this demand.

These delicate Lily Flo designs are ideal for the bride who's found the perfect, show-stopping dress, but needs a couple of dainty pieces of jewellery to add that finishing touch. 

Yet to find your wedding dress? Search Wedding Style Collective by boutique here. 

Pascale James' Ethical Jewellery Designs

Pascale James is a contemporary brand for the bride looking for that statement piece. This brand not only stands out for its distinct sculptural aesthetic, but Pascale James pieces are ethically- and locally-produced.

Hand crafted in London using only recycled and Fairtrade materials, this brand focus on the fair treatment of their workers and turn their attention to protecting the environment. This luxury jewellery brand keep their carbon footprint to a minimum by using a renewable energy supplier for their gas and electric and avoiding unnecessary travel.

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The Feather Bridal Jewellery Trend

Feathered jewellery trend by Alex Monroe

Irresistible to the boho bride, jewellery designers are creating feather-shaped pendants, rings and earrings as more and more brides are following this bridal jewellery trend.

If you love this bridal jewellery trend then you'll adore these feathered wedding dresses.

Alex Monroe, the designer who's renowned for his intricate bumblebee designs, has met the demand for feather-shaped jewellery in his collection – Plume. These delicate feather designs are proving popular with brides as well as bridesmaids who are wearing these stunning pieces before, on and after their big days.

Chupi's Feathered Bridal Jewellery

For a chunkier piece, Chupi’s bold but beautiful feather-themed collection - I Can Fly Swan Feather – offers brides statement pieces that will stand out no matter how bold your dress choice.

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The Starry Bridal Jewellery Trend

The starry sky has forever influenced jewellery designers and this demand for star-inspired jewellery certainly hasn't died. 

Star jewellery by Chupi

Chupi’s Your North Star collection, features dainty gold and silver disk pendants imprinted with shining stars. This designer's gorgeous pieces will look stunning on your wedding day, as well as everyday thereafter.

Now you’ve sorted your bridal jewellery, browse Wedding Style Colective's wedding dresses here.


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