Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Personalized Wedding Jewelry Makes a Beautiful Gift

The gift a bride gives to her bridesmaids is an important memento of your special day. A trend we are seeing with bridal jewelry for Fall and Winter 2011 is many brides-to-be are purchasing personalized jewelry for their bridesmaid attendants to wear during the wedding and reception ceremony.  It is a beautiful and thoughtful gift that will be treasured.

One type of personalized jewelry for your bridesmaids is the initial pendants that represent the bridesmaid's first letter of ther first name. You can find these with sparkling crystal set in to give her some glitz and glamour. They come in a multitude of sizes so the choices available are large and you can easily find the perfect one to fit your wedding theme.

Another great bridesmaid gift idea is a pendant with the bridesmaids initial or first name beautifully engraved on it. These also come in a large array of styles and sizes so you can match all of your attendants or mix and match a bit too.

We are seeing these personalized wedding jewelry items in the gorgeous white metals like white gold, sterling silver, stainless steel and silver-plated lines of jewelry. Regular yellow Gold is always and option too. Also include a pair of stud or dangel earrings to match or coordinate with the necklace that you purchase for them. Add a lovely cleaning cloth for sterling pieces as well as storage and care tips.

Once you have everything assembled and ready, wrap it up in a pretty little presentation gift box and tie a pretty sheer ribbon bow around it for gifting at your bridal shower or the morning of the wedding service.

By keeping your wedding jewelry choices uniform and simple with lovely personalized necklaces and matching earrings, your wedding attendants will have the perfect jewelry to match their dresses and tie your theme together. They will certainly love your wedding thank you gift and treasure it for a long time to come.

by Gregg Nosaji, Contributing Editor for, online retailer of jewelry boxes, jewelry armoires and jewelry related gifts. Gregg is an event consultant and writes about gift ideas and special occasions

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