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Rose Gold Bridal Jewelry for the Big Day

When it comes to trends, rose gold is the new black. We're seeing this perfect blend of copper and gold in all things girly -- nails, accessories, bags, and even bridal jewelry. Its warm hues are flattering on many different skin tones, adding a gorgeous, feminine glow. Not to mention it's so versatile in that it pairs well with silver, gold and diamonds. So why not opt for blush tones for the blushing (or power-tripping) bride with these stunning pieces by Gottlieb & Sons?

 

The Classic Cluster Pendant

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Rose gold gives these clustered diamonds an extra pop in this pendant necklace, which is perfectly paired with a strapless sweetheart neckline or a deep V gown. Simple, dainty jewelry is gaining popularity for bridal looks this year, as brides begin to add more drama to the gown itself rather than the accessories. The rose gold does however add contrast to the classic white dress and makes this pendant a real game-changer.

 

Modern Yet Vintage

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The copper alloy of rose gold has been used for many generations and has been called a series of different names over the years, such as pink gold and blush gold. Its use originally began in the 19th century in Russia and so it is also known as "Russian gold". Rose gold pieces for brides now nod to a more traditional era, while also taking on a more modern pattern like this bracelet by Gottlieb & Sons.

 

Stackable Luxury

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One of the most popular choices for wearing rose gold jewelry is on a gorgeous ring. Without taking away from your engagement ring, rose gold seems to have more subtlety and softness on the hand. This ring encrusted with 7 linked diamonds is also stackable, allowing you to mix metals on your big day as you see fit! Who says you can’t go diamond-crazy with the sparkle?

 

Mixed Metals

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For the chic bride, mixing rose and white gold like in this modern necklace is perfect for showing off her unique personality. It says you’re not afraid to break the rules and live life on the edge, while also staying true to your fashion conscience.  This solid rose gold piece brings out the diamonds encrusted in the white gold, while providing feminine pink tones. There is seriously nothing but happy tears flowing for this teardrop shaped necklace.

 

Chain Link Bracelets

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Chain Links are becoming more and more popular for 2017, and we're not just talking about the old ball and chain. Brides are opting for these links of love for their wedding day, especially now that they come with rose gold accents like this gorgeous chain from Gottlieb & Sons. Chain link bracelets are also versatile in that they can be worn even after your wedding without looking too over-the-top.

 

Bottom line, you can't go wrong with rose gold for your big day. Whether you're a more traditional bride who likes the elegance of a simple pendant, or a trendy, modern bride who is drawn to chunkier or more abstract pieces, rose gold jewelry is going to let every bride dominate in her pics.

New Engagement Ring Trends for 2017

Give a whole new meaning to "ringing in the New Year” with a cutting-edge engagement rock. If you’re that lucky lady who gets to pick it out, get ready to indulge in this year’s finest styles. Let’s check out what's hot for 2017 (besides your new status as a fiancé). 

There's a ton of new designs by Gottlieb & Sons, so keep in mind what suits your personal style while staying on trend for this year. 

 

Two Diamond Rings

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Let’s start with the basic two diamond, nothing too crazy but still beautiful. These babies are kind of like the "infinity ring" but way cooler. They stand for you and your significant other, bound by a gorgeous band that symbolizes forever. Plus, you get two fat diamonds, which is not only wildly untraditional but totally jealous-worthy! It will also give you a very good reason to gesture like crazy when you speak.  

 

Mixed Metals

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Think white and rose golds this year. Intertwined bands or diamonds with a different colored band are just some of the many combinations you can go with. They are stunningly unique, while also affording you the luxury of not having to worry so much about matching your other jewelry to your most prized possession. Thank goodness!

Don't be afraid to mix things up - and I'm not just talking about the ring if you know what I mean! Hello honeymoon!

 

Tri Colored 

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Why go with just two colors when you can make a statement with three? This loveable design features three different types of stones. There's a reason for this though, the effect is absolutely stunning! Mixes of classic white, fancy deep brownish orangey yellow and pink diamonds turn an old tradition into something new again.

The best part about this style is that you can customize your own unique pattern and choose colors that compliment your skin tone and taste!

 

Three Diamond Rings

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These are classic and a popular all-time favorite. Three diamonds represent the celebration of your love's past, present and future...but more importantly, you get more diamonds on your finger which is a big yay!  You can't go wrong with this trifecta of sparkles-- it basically shouts, “my hubby loves me to death, #spoiled!!!”

 

Oval Cut Diamonds

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We’re going back to the oldies with this classic oval cut diamond. Since anyone can remember, they’ve been known as romantic and ladylike with their elegant curvature. Now, we’re bringing this design back for ladies to unleash their traditional side. Perhaps you’ll even become a better homemaker and recover the lost art of sewing and baking-- or not...

 

 

Whatever ring style you choose, remember that in the end, it’s your hubby-to-be that matters most-- well, one with good taste hopefully...And that ladies, will never go out of style!