Purchases made during Christmas holidays will benefit from an extended returns policy. Purchases
can be returned, in line with our policy, until 14th January 2022.
Orders for guaranteed Christmas Delivery cut-off date is 30th November.
How to match bridal jewellery to your wedding gown
Like most aspects of wedding planning, choosing bridal jewellery can be frustrating and confusing. Most brides search for universal and high quality bridal jewellery, to match their fashion style and suitable to wear on other occasions. Ideally, you will buy bridal jewellery which ticks all boxes and matches with your wedding dress. Here are some expert tips on how to do that.
Blue Sapphires are the most popular gem stone choice for bridal jewellery and gemstone engagement rings, as they symbolise loyalty and friendship. Traditionally, every bride should wear something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue. Sapphires are one of the most popular choices for blue bridal jewellery - they make a great everyday statement pieces, flatter most outfits and suit all occasions.
Planning a vintage wedding? are the ultimate classical choice and the perfect addition to any vintage or contemporary wedding dress. Pearl jewellery is the perfect memorabilia from your wedding day, suitable to wear on multiple occasions after your big day.
How to match bridal jewellery to your wedding dress
We advise to carefully consider your purchase and buy high quality accessories to wear on multiple occasions. A brilliant finishing touch for crystal embroidered wedding dress is diamond jewellery. One of our top recommendations is the universal and delicately eye-catching solitaire diamond pendant. How dazzling you want to be and how much diamonds you wear is entirely up to the bride's preferences and budget. However, bridal jewellery is best when understated and it should complement your dress, not compete with it.
How to match precious metals to your wedding gown
Although most wedding gowns are traditionally white, the dress' undertones can vary depending on the material. Silver jewellery and platinum jewellery would perfectly match with the gown's tones if you are wearing a satin wedding dress. For dresses in ivory nuances or warm champagne tones, we recommend precious metals in warm colours such as rose gold and yellow gold.
If your dress has an asymmetrical neckline or thick shoulder straps, choose a delicate solitaire pendant or skip the necklace. Since these neckline designs are eye-catching enough, adding a chunky statement necklace would most likely overwhelm the dress and clash with the design. Large necklaces are suitable for strapless wedding dresses or gowns with wide necklines.
If your wedding dress has long sleeves we do not recommend wearing bracelets, as they can tangle in the lace and eventually tear or slip under the sleeve and remain unnoticed. Another thing to avoid wearing on your wrists on your wedding day is a watch. It is considered bad luck for the groom or bride if one of them is wearing a watch while saying the vows.
For friendly and professional advice on what suits your style and fits your budget, book a consultation with one of our specialists.
Whilst things will undoubtedly be different this year, that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy life’s
most luxurious pleasures. The enchantment still flows at Steven Stone.
The Stone way has always been to provide our clients with the utmost in bespoke service, which
is why we are offering 1-on-1 virtual consultations over the lockdown period.
Whether you’d like to talk about the diamond you have had your heart set or you want to discuss
an engagement ring you have seen on our website, we’re just one click away.
It could be something as simple as booking a repair in. Or detailing how the process works when
creating precious memories. Our experts are here to help whatever the occasion.
Your safety. Our priority.
The safety of our customers has always been our number one priority.
When we were allowed to open our doors and welcome clients back, we went above and beyond when
putting COVID safety measures in place.
And now we are giving you the chance to experience the Stone lore from home. We want to ensure
that every client gets the full Steven Stone experience, which is why our virtual consultations
are as close to a showroom experience as possible. Uncompromising, unrivalled service.
We know you may be wondering about the level of service a video consultation can deliver. It’s
only natural. But we’re here to assure you that our jewellers are trained to give the most
authentic experience to all of our clients. They are there to put you at ease and to make you
feel comfortable talking about any aspect of your jewellery desires - no matter the setting.
They will be at our showroom, able to take you round wherever you want to go. Once you begin
your video consultation, you will forget that you’re in your own home having immersed yourself
in the magic of diamonds. Our consultations are a special process and absolutely no expense has
been spared in bringing this enchantment directly to your home.
Whether you want to treat yourself to the diamond you’ve always wanted or you’re after something
sentimental for your partner, our relaxed video consultations can match you to the perfect
It may be a completely handmade, bespoke commission or it may be a ready-to-wear ring. Whatever
it is, our consultations will ensure it is perfect down to the very last detail.
Or it may be as simple as a repair. You might just want to breathe new life into an old
heirloom. We can help you with that too. We pride ourselves on being authentic jewellers, not
resellers. If you need any jewellery assistance during lockdown, Steven Stone are always on hand
A Steven Stone Promise
We are committed to delivering an authentic experience, enveloping you in marvellous escapism.
Whether that be in our trademark showrooms or from the comfort of your own home.
It is a commitment that we take on with the utmost respect and is what sets Steven Stone apart
from the crowd.