Over hundreds of years, pearls have become a timeless wedding accessory. It’s no wonder really. They’re so flexible and truly complement a modern, glam or even vintage-inspired wedding theme. The various hues of Tahitian pearls add a particularly chic touch to almost any bridal wardrobe. After all, they are both flexible and classic enough to fit into the entire "something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue” tradition.
It's All About You
Regardless of your own personal bridal style, from classic to Boho or vintage to country, pearls can be displayed in a variety of accessories, decorations and designs. These pretty, tasteful embellishments are usually best matched once you’ve settled on your wedding dress:
For more information on how to choose the rights pearls for your wedding, you can always refer to our shopping guide or speak to one of our friendly experts.
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Saltwater vs Freshwater Pearls: What’s The Difference?
What Are Freshwater Pearls?
These are harvested from freshwater mussels, which can each produce up to 30 pearls. This high productivity opposed to saltwater mussels (only one pearl at a time) makes the freshwater pearls more affordable, as they are not so rare and are easier to cultivate.