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Bridal Jewellery In The UK

It’s at this time of year that many look ahead and make detailed plans for the coming year… none so much as the bride to be! At Natalie Teare we create beautiful and bespoke bridal jewellery in the UK.  Once the wedding rings have been chosen the natural progression is to the bridal jewellery finishing touches.  There are the practicalities such as your chosen hair-style, the neckline of the dress. If your hair is all styled in an up-do then drop or long earrings are probably going to be the best to accentuate or create the illusion of a long neck. A high neck line would generally mean it is best to concentrate on earrings rather than a necklace or and a sweet-heart neckline demands a pendant.  Pearls have been worn by brides many years, their delicate lustre does wonder for the complexion or of course there are diamonds!

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Bridal Timeless Classics – when creating your bridal jewellery it is wise to remain classical in your approach, fashion is best left on the catwalks, in years to come you’ll want to look graceful and serene in your photos not strange and out of date! A diamond pendant or pair of ear-studs will suit the occasion perfectly and be worn forever more perhaps even by your future daughter.

 

Bespoke Bridal Jewellery In The UK – Natalie Teare Jewellery

Creating bridal jewellery is our honour at Natalie Teare, the brides become our friends, we happily remind the grooms of future impending anniversaries and we can create marriage saving miracles for those that forget. If you are getting married this year we wish you all the best for your preparations and beautiful day, if you would like to us to accompany you on this journey it would be our greatest privilege.

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