Chandelier earrings for my wedding! :)

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  1. Hi everyone!!! So after the help of the kind ladies on the shoe forum yesterday, my wedding shoes have been checked off the list. Whew! On to the next... :tup:

    I am trying to find a pair of *stunning* chandelier earrings to wear on my big day. :tender: My dress is strapless and very simple in design from the front, and this was intentional so that I could create a nice blank canvas to show off some beautiful jewelry!!! (I'm more of a jewelry gal than a dress gal). I am already planning on wearing my rings and an art deco cuff (all platinum/white gold/diamonds), so I don't want to overkill on the top and would rather opt for some dramatic chandeliers than a necklace--I think both would just be too much. I am relatively flexible in budget up to about $15,000 but would consider anything above on a case-by-case basis. Doesn't have to be expensive though--I am more after the design (although of course, having diamonds never hurts!). Here is the dress for reference:

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    Any suggestions??? It could be either something for sale or just a picture of a design you might like that I could have my jeweler recreate.

    *Hugs* to everyone for all your kind help!!! :cutesy:
     
  2. shameless bump... :shame:
     
  3. I'm curious to see what other posters suggest, since I haven't been looking too intensely. My wedding is not until late May. I already have my gown and I'm also doing a plain gown (though mine isn't as full on the bottom as yours, I'm showing off my boxing body in an extremely fitted stretch silk gown).

    I have a few pieces of Jamie Wolf jewelry (sold through Barney's and a few high end jewelry boutiques in the NY area) and I think she makes stunning 18k and diamond earrings that would be perfect for bridal jewelry. Her whole collection runs from $800ish- $14k+, so you can easily find something in your price range. My only criticism is that you don't get much diamond for the price.
     
  4. Wow! You ladies are all REALLY amazing!!! :woohoo:

    First of all, CONGRATULATIONS on your big day too GimmeTheBag!!! It's a fun time :girlsigh:

    Every single one of these is to-die-for (I have never met a piece of jewelry I didn't like, hehe). My favorites so far are the Tiffany Deco & Buckle earrings, and the Cartier Inde Mysterieuse.

    I do love Cartier as a brand, and really :heart: the design of the mysterieuse--it even matches the rest of my stuff. The only thing is, I have a feeling they will be shorter in length than I want. I wonder if they could add an extra segment to it or something to make it hang down lower...oh, and would :heart: diamond briolettes in place of the pearls... :thinking:
     
  5. #9 Oct 8, 2010
    Last edited: Oct 8, 2010
    this is lovely and unique

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  6. oh-em-gee!!! Those are MAGNIFICENT Lilo! :sweatdrop:

    Where did you find those beauties!??
     
  7. these are over your budget but they are longer and very beautiful...maybe you can negotiate a lower price to make them a bit more palatable INDE MYSTÉRIEUSE EARRINGS
     
  8. SS, those are definitely towards the top of my list as of now!!! :yes:

    I might even ask my jeweler if he can recreate them, except longer + the briolettes at the bottom... I'm not into pearls much.
     
  9. @sr22 it would look nice if it was three segments and if little diamond briolettes lined the bottom