The countdown is on until the highly anticipated royal wedding and with our excitement reaching fever pitch, we take a closer look at what magnificent jewels Meghan Markle could be wearing as she walks down the aisle.
Having opted for a bespoke engagement ring that was full of personal sentiment and meaning, it’s likely that the couple will choose a wedding band with the same level of care and thought. It has become a recent royal tradition to use Welsh gold for the bride’s wedding ring. Despite being known for wearing gold jewellery, it’s unclear whether Meghan will follow this convention, however its safe to assume whatever the metal, the ring will be designed to complement her three-stone engagement ring in shape and style. Here are some examples of wedding bands we have created over the years to complement multi-stone engagement rings.
The tiara tradition allows royal brides to borrow a historical headpiece from the family vault for the big day. A treasured heirloom, the tiara takes the crown for wedding day adornment, so careful consideration needs to be given to the suite of jewellery worn to ensure it is the perfect accompaniment. Fit for a princess, here are some recent bespoke jewellery pieces we have designed and crafted for clients.
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