Our Guide To 2024's Biggest Wedding Jewellery Trends

Walking down the aisle this year? The wedding jewellery trends of 2024 you need to know about.


It’s the most meticulously planned day of your life, and your wedding day look is no different.

The right bridal jewellery can pull focus to a favourite feature, add that extra ‘something’ you’re missing, and make a statement about the type of bride you are—timeless and elegant, dreamy and romantic, or bold and effortlessly chic.

Ahead of the 2024/25 wedding season, we’ve chosen the best of the year’s big trends to make this wedding day detail one you’ll hardly have to think about. Read on.


Our guide to the biggest wedding jewellery trends of 2024

Start with your dress and decide if hair up or down complements it best, and select the pieces that will bring the entire look together—from simple but elevated classics to statement strands of diamonds and pearls.


Simple studs

A wardrobe staple for a reason, a pair of studs complements any and all bridal looks. Elegant and chic with just the right amount of sparkle, they’re a popular choice with brides who want their dress (and the woman in it) to shine brightest on the day. 


Diamond solitaire studs are a classic that will be worn again and again, effortlessly elevating your bridal look and seamlessly taking you from day to night.


Not a stud, but these 18ct yellow gold huggies are just as elegant.


Tennis luxe

A delicate tennis bracelet has always been in vogue, but thanks to the Zendaya effect they’ve never been more in. After sporting a range of luxe athleisure looks on the Challengers red carpet, the tennis bracelet is primed to be the piece of the year.


The tennis bracelet has long been favoured by brides for its timelessness.


A modern alternative, this 18ct gold cuff is set with two exquisite diamonds.


Stylish pearls


Pearls and brides go together like Audrey Hepburn and Breakfast at Tiffany’s. From Grace Kelly and Princess Diana to Michelle Obama, Rihanna, Bella Hadid, and even Harry Styles, pearls are synonymous with style, class, and grace.


These south sea pearl earrings seamlessly blend tradition and modernity with a uniquely West Australian twist.


Three stunning south sea pearls on a delicate gold chain add old world charm without overpowering either woman or gown.


Something sapphire


Whether you put much stock in old traditions or not, adding something blue to your wedding day is as stylish as it is symbolic. Romantic and regal, if there’s one jewel that will make a bride feel like a princess, it’s this one.


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These ceylon blue sapphire studs can be worn as a set with the 18ct white gold blue sapphire and diamond necklace.


Consider adding sapphires to your wedding band and you’ll feel like a royal every day of your life.


Statement necklaces


A statement necklace is the perfect way to show off a sweetheart or strapless neckline, especially when hair is swept off the neck in a stylish up-do.


The versatile 18ct white gold diamond necklace has a removable bracelet.


This rare collection of pink and white diamonds is inspired by two people coming together as one.


Bold glamour


Of course a statement necklace isn’t the only way to add drama. For the brides that know more sometimes is more, a bolder earring will draw attention to the face and scream glamour.


Modern and elegant, the diamond kite earrings come in yellow, white or rose gold and daring black ruthenium.


These yellow cushion cut diamonds encircled by another series of yellow round brilliant cut diamonds are as striking as they come.


Explore the entire bridal range at our showroom


Browse online or at one of our three showrooms in Perth, Subiaco, and Burswood where our jewellers can help you find the perfect pieces to complete your wedding day look, or discuss a bespoke design entirely your own.