Post # 1
Where did you buy your bling for the big day? I am hoping not to spend a ton of money. I keep monitoring the classifieds and the Trash to Treasure Board on The Knot, but haven’t found what I want. Other than White Aisle, I haven’t found many internet sites that specialize in wedding-type stuff.
I’m looking for earrings and maybe a cuff bracelet with crystals. As always, I would appreciate your input. TIA!
Post # 3
Shoot!! I didn’t realize I was posting this in photography, and now I can’t figure out how to switch it. Sorry!
Post # 4
Well. . . . are you looking for real jewlery or is fake ok with you? I bought my jewlery at the Icing . . .it’s a version of Claires. . . they have like prom jewlery and things. I bought a pearl and rhinestone drop necklace with earings for a whopping $18.00. So if you arent worried about real or fake. . The Icing is a great place to go
Post # 5
I bought all my accessories on Etsy. You may end up paying a little more since they are homemade but you are getting somethng original!
Post # 6
I am super cheap and on a really tight budget. Thus I have spent hours online searching for wedding acessories at a low price.
here are some things I have found:
Overstock.com & Amazon.com – They actually have some great jewlry at some amazing prices. I bought my peal necklace off amazon and was very happy with it
Diamondshark.com – They are a daily deal site and have a different thing every day. I have been following for about a month and have seen some GREAT stuff.
HSN & QVC – You can find a lot of deals in thier sites
And don’t forget about some of the other used sites like craigslist and bravobride.com
Hope this helps. Good luck!
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I got mine and all my bridesmaids custom made from http://www.purelyelegant.etsy.com and it was very inexpensive! Less than $20 dollars for my bridesmaids and less than $40 for mine (I purchased several pieces for myself).
Post # 9
I bought my jewelry at a locally owned Jewelry Store. It’s Tacori and love it! I think it’s all about what you like. You can always pass it on when you have children.
Post # 10
hi. i’m selling a set my mother in law got for me but am not going to use. let me know if you’re interested and give me an offer 🙂 http://classifieds.weddingbee.com/topic/vera-wang-inspired-pearl-038-austrian-crystal-necklace-and-matching-earrings
Post # 11
- Wedding: May 2018 - St. Charles Borromeo Church/Jefferson-Orleans North
I bought all of my jewelry (mainly pearls and crystals) at JCPenney’s. The set (necklace, bracelet and earrings) were about $40 total! 🙂 Their jewelry is always on sale, so it shouldn’t be hard to find a similar deal!
Post # 12
I will be getting mine from Etsy, I just ordered some earrings from kalliART on Etsy and they’re beautiful. There are so many beautiful choices on Etsy and sellers are so helpful, I would rather give them my money then spend it at a chain store.
Post # 13
My wife is in love with Tigerlilly jewelry. It’s a little bit expensive, but their jewelry is custom made and they can even make you piece to match your wedding dress.
Post # 14
I bought my jewelery from Sorrelli (http://www.sorrelli.com). They have plenty in a bridal white but also some with color if you wish to go that route. I liked their customer service and it photographed beautifully.
Post # 15
Wow, thanks for all the great suggestions!
Post # 16
I would recommend going to bag borrow or steal.com. You;ll end up paying $100+ to rent something w/ diamonds- but hey, at least you’re wearing real jewlery. There are also lower priced alternatives for just gemstone/gold.