Keeping up with the popularity, several leading jewellers are also putting a contemporary twist to traditional jewellery designs. Whether you’d like your birthstone to hang on a statement-making lariat necklace on your wedding day, or add a contrasting hue to your chosen pair of earrings for a smaller event like the mehandi, we’ve picked all the options you can take inspiration from. Scroll ahead for all the ways you can incorporate your birthstone in your wedding jewellery.
Derived from Latin term ‘granatum’ (which translates to seed) due to its resemblance to shiny red pomegranate seed, garnets harken back to the Bronze Age and are said to represent trust and friendship. Although the deep red variant remains most popular, garnets come in a wide range of hues including forest green, and can faceted onto all kinds of bridal jewellery. This Razberi Ring by Blue Stone makes for an ideal showstopper for your sangeet or cocktail—all you need is a pair of earrings to finish the look.
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