When it comes to weddings, most of us are well aware of the bridal adage “something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue.” Derived from a traditional English rhyme, today’s brides often take the words to heart, but may not know that wearing something blue on the big day isn’t only tradition, but it’s also said to be a symbol of faithfulness and loyalty.
That’s not to imply that your something blue can’t be a little glamorous, and Tacori’s luscious jewelry collections offer a multitude of options for brides wishing to add some azure significance to their wedding look. Whether fancying a subtle, glimmering drop necklace or a statement cocktail ring in cerulean, sapphire, navy, or cobalt, these options will allow you to trade in the old handkerchief or stitched-in ribbon for a real blue showstopper.
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Click through to find the perfect blue accent to as you sail into matrimonial bliss!
This topaz stunner adds a lovely blue pop to those bouquet closeups. Tacori Island Rains ring; $290; at tacori.com
More of an arsty, eclectic bride? This sculptural blend of topaz, turquoise, and quartz offers an unconventional twist. Tacori Island Rains ring; $350; at tacori.com
Add a little opulence to your look with this cushion-esque cocktail ring, encircled in yellow gold and diamonds. Oh la la. Tacori Barbados Blue ring; $2,090; at tacori.com
This gorgeous droplet of sky blue topaz is classic, elegant, and subtle. Tacori Island Rains necklace; $270; at tacori.com
Mastering the perfect updo? Grace your earlobes with these delicate sparklers, surrounded by the signature Tacori crescents. Tacori Island Rains earrings; $450; at tacori.com
Planning a boho vibe for your wedding look? We love the idea of layering bracelets with this ethereal bauble of topaz, quartz, and turquoise. Tacori Island Rains bracelet; $1,280; at tacori.com
Evocative of the ocean, this intricate web blue topaz gems lends beautiful and sparkle to a bride’s wrist. Tacori Island Rains bracelet; $1,650; at tacori.com
More of a minimalist bride? This sleek sliver of a bangle is an incredibly chic, with just the right amount of edge – and touch of blue. Tacori Island Rains bangle; $350; at tacori.com
Layered or worn alone, pops of turquoise add a dose of unconventionality to traditional bridal gemstones. Tacori Island Rains bangle; $330; at tacori.com
If a bit of drama is more your game, the inky stones of this London blue topaz bracelet are sophisticated and moody. Tacori Island Rains bangle; $370; at tacori.com