The Opal Blossom necklace by BHLDN really ticks all boxes for a bride's ultimate necklace on her wedding day: it's unique, it's sparkly, it's memorable with a hint of 'something blue' and it is a knockout! Checkout more of their bridal collection online or at the San Diego Anthropologie BHLDN location in The Forum Carlsbad.
Bridal jewelry adds just the right enhancement to your wedding day bridal style. But if you're wearing a vintage gown or something non-conventional for your bridal attire (or something rather plain that needs a little life added to it) consider exciting and memorable unconventional jewelry by the incredible Vintage Jewelry Lounge.
1. Lily Pad necklace and earrings (circa -1960) Textured Gold tone Lily Pads shapes with rhinestones
2. Enamel Floral Bib necklace and Earrings (circa 1960 Designer-Vendomer)
The 'choker' necklace has a long and illustrious history. The choker [or very fitted necklace the sits snugly around ones neck like a turtle neck] is by far this season's boldest statement piece of jewelry! Pairing well with low or plunging necklines the choker first made a fashion appearance around the time of English Queen [and notorious bold woman!] Anne Boleyn (remember the pearl "B" necklace worn by Natalie Portman playing Anne Boleyn in "The Other Boleyn Sister"). The choker was immensely popular in the late 19th century partly due to England's Alexandra, Princess of Wales [precursor to Diana!] who wore thick rows of pearls and velvet, setting quite the trend. Fitting right in for today's bold Queen (or future Queen) is this gorgeous and bold choker by Justine M Couture bridal jewelry and accessories.