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Buyers Guide for the Winter Bride

By Amanda Evans 4 Minute Read

As the nights draw in and Autumn and Winter beckon, there’s an air of excitement for the winter bride.

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Whichever season your wedding falls into, usually your wedding attire, style and venue theming will follow suit. As the spring and summer weddings of this year are a distant but delightful memory, the future brides-to-be still have all the excitement to look forward to! And if you’re planning a winter wedding, now is the perfect time to embrace the finer details and perfect your wedding day look!

There are no fixed rules as to the style you should adopt for a winter wedding, however you’ll probably find that you’ve naturally take inspiration from the winter season. You may have taken advantage of the cooler weather and chosen a long-sleeved wedding dress or elegant fur stole for the ultimate bridal chic. Perhaps velvets, heavy embroidery or rich colour palettes have crept into your mood board, along with rich reds and copper tones to add a burst of colour to your floral displays or make up. It’s the most wonderful time of the year for the winter bride.

As the main attraction on your wedding day, you’ll be wanting to ensure that you’ve left no stone unturned, and how you choose to accessorise your wedding day look with jewellery is an essential consideration.

Explore our buyers edit of some of their favourite jewellery pieces to elevate your chosen winter bridal look – there’s somethings to suit all styles, from the glitz and glam to the classic and contemporary.


Pearls are a timeless classic and their lustrous and dewy glow has made them a jewellery box must-have for many years. Whether paired with white gold, yellow gold or diamonds, the contrasting finishes complement one another beautifully. Our new baroque pearl earrings and pendant add interest with their non-uniform shape, rendering each one totally unique.


Of all the days, your wedding day is one of the most special days where no amount of sparkle is too much. Whether it’s a hint of sparkle from diamond stud earrings, or delicate hoops that elongate the neckline, they make the perfect couple with a diamond pendant such as this princess cut diamond pendant. Equally at home amongst a fur stole or elegant neckline that frames the diamond, go as big or small as you feel comfortable to elevate your winter wedding attire.

Wristwear looks equally as flattering next to the cuffs of a crisp white suit as it does with bare arms. Whatever your preference, Goldsmiths has an array of options for you to explore. This 18ct yellow gold diamond tennis bracelet or 9ct yellow gold diamond cluster bracelet will enhance delicate wrists to ensure that you sparkle with every twist and turn.

If you’re looking for the perfect accent to a stunning engagement ring, then our tiara ring not only stays on trend but also adds the crown to your jewels. Or perhaps you’re seeking the perfect yellow gold engagement ring and would like an eye-catching diamond that is just that little bit different? Discover exquisite rings from our Jenny Packham collection – exclusive to Goldsmiths, the collection embodies romanticism with engagement, wedding and eternity rings that will make your bridal journey extra special. Discover the 18ct yellow gold diamond oval halo engagement ring or for extra sparkle, the diamond pear halo with diamond shoulders. Both options are also available in white gold for those who prefer a white metal. Goldsmiths 18ct yellow gold oval diamond scatter ring is slightly more delicate, suiting smaller fingers, but doesn’t forfeit the detailing with the diamonds either side that present themselves as a floral tribute to the special moments in your life.

Explore our bridal jewellery here at Goldsmiths online or visit us in store at one of our showrooms where our jewellery experts will be delighted to help you.

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