Richmond, VA (PRWEB) August 3, 2006
Styles from other eras aren’t a new concept, but nowadays more brides are boldly mixing styles to create their own unique look. “Traditions are part of what adds meaning to wedding ceremonies,” says Allyson Rainer, head designer at Razzle Dazzle, an on-line vintage-inspired bridal jewelry store, “but more and more we’re seeing brides who aren’t afraid to mix traditional styles with their own individual style.”
Before a woman walks down the aisle, she’s spent some amount of time dreaming of her big day. She’s flipped through any number of bridal magazines, pursued family photo albums, and envied the glamour and glitz of celebrity weddings. And now, a bride can pick elements from it all to create a style no one else will have.
All these options allow a bride freedom to choose jewelry that suits her personality. “Savvy brides know Grandma’s pearls look fabulous with a funky pair of chandelier earrings and that dreamy designer knock-off looks even better with a custom-made tiara of pearls, crystals and tiny bright-colored flowers,” says Rainer.
Jewelry trends - like all fashion - change constantly. This year fashion is leaning toward styles from the 80's so if a bride is really in love with that look she’s definitely in luck. But most women find beauty and style from each era. Today a bride can create her own look by mixing vintage-inspired, handcrafted pieces from the 20's, 30's, 40's and 50's. “The beautiful thing is that weddings are no longer just about fashion or tradition,” Rainer says, “but a true expression of the bride.”
Razzle Dazzle is located in Richmond, VA and specializes in handcrafted, custom-made jewelry for your wedding. Visit their website at http://www.Razzdazzjewelry.com.