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What Different Gemstones Symbolize in Your Bridal Jewelry

by Kevin Smith Author

Choosing the right jewelry to wear is one of the biggest decisions you'll make for your wedding. Their aesthetic and how they come together with your attire aren't the only things to consider. Gemstones also have unique symbolism, history, and connotations. Being aware of what they represent will make your special day more meaningful for you and your partner.

Diamonds

Known as the most precious and strongest jewel, the diamond is a go-to choice for engagement and wedding rings. Whether it's a huge sparkling stone or a small twinkling one, it's a timeless classic that can't go wrong.

Diamonds are also known to symbolize fidelity, love, and richness of the self. Other popular and spiritual beliefs say that the stone helps create wealth and abundance in all walks of life. It brings clarity and resolution to problems by allowing you to see more clearly into yourself.

Emeralds

The emerald is a precious stone with a deep history in mythology. Said to be the sacred jewel of the Greek goddess Aphrodite, it symbolizes hope, devotion, adoration, and tranquility. In new age culture, it promotes self-knowledge and encourages balance and patience.

Sapphires

The sapphire has been associated with peace and happiness. It's also believed to help with communication, insight, and intuition. In ancient history, people believed that the blue gem could help them predict the future, which explains why it also represents prophetic wisdom.

In recent history, the precious stone was made famous again in popular culture; Princess Diana's famous sapphire engagement ring was passed down to the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton. As a result, it's been commonly associated with British royalty. 

Pearls

Although not technically a gemstone, pearls are very distinguished and widely used in bridal jewelry. Available in a variety of hues and sizes, they look elegant in ring designs and can also be found in pieces that are traditional and unique.

The pearl is not only special for being the oldest recorded gem, but also because it's made by a living creature, the oyster. Because of this, it's considered lucky for a bride to wear this jewel on her wedding day. In modern culture, the stone is believed to be the symbol of purity, integrity, serenity, and femininity.

With plenty of stunning stones to choose from, you might have to take some time deciding on bridal jewelry sets in Effingham, IL for your big day. Remember that these pieces are more than just accessories. Consider getting a gem that would represent and symbolize your relationship with your loved one. This would make it more meaningful and special when your wedding comes.

 

 


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