Something Borrowed & Old
Something borrowed, something blue, something old, and something new….
Your wedding day is an incredibly special time to celebrate the love between you and your partner. It is also a wonderful time to reflect on those that raised you and helped shape the person you are today!
In honor of the Royal Wedding this Saturday, we took a trip back in time to see what type of custom jewelry Queen Elizabeth II wore on her wedding day.
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The Queen’s own engagement ring was a custom creation. Prince Philip proposed to Elizabeth with a platinum ring featuring a round, three-carat brilliant stone flanked by smaller pavé-set diamonds. The diamonds in her ring were all procured from the crown of Princess Alice of Battenburg, Prince Philip’s mother. That is not all the diamonds were used for. Queen Elizabeth also received an elaborate platinum and diamond bracelet crafted from Princess Alice’s tiara diamonds.
Incorporating something special into your bridal jewelry is a great way to commemorate your wedding day and celebrate the love and support of your family. We offer guided expertise on custom designing a special piece of jewelry that you will treasure long after your wedding. Re-purpose family heirlooms, such as gold or loose diamonds, into a unique piece that you can wear on your wedding day.
Bride, Kristen, is a perfect example of taking something borrowed and old and turning it into something remarkable. Kristen used various loose diamonds from both her grandmother and mother to custom design the perfect drop necklace to wear with her gorgeous gown. She was able to construct something meaningful to her wedding day, to her family, and something that she will love far after the wedding has ended. As you will see, she has 6 bezeled diamonds featured on her custom creation.
Creating these precious pieces is what we do best! Because we understand the love and history behind the individual items, we put our whole hearts into custom designing a piece that will truly exceed your dreams. Now, you have something special to pass down to your children one day.
Something borrowed, something blue, something old… something you.
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