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2022’s must-have wedding jewellery styles

22 Dec 2021

Custom jewellery company MYKA shares three on trend wedding jewellery styles for 2022

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Like a cherry on top of a cake, the bridal jewellery you choose will add the final flourish to the outfit you wear on your big day. Your wedding jewellery should reflect the style of your wedding dress, complement the pieces worn by your wedding party, and have sentimental significance that you’ll never forget.  

Luckily, MYKA’s wedding jewellery collection offers pieces that tick all these boxes, and more. Here are three of 2022’s must-have wedding jewellery trends that you can invest in right now. 


Simple, understated personalisation 

Your bridal jewellery should never draw attention away from you. As the bride, you should always be the focus on your big day. For this reason, simple and understated jewellery will continue to be one of the most popular bridal jewellery trends going into 2022. Look for simple chain necklaces with small pendants in either silver, gold, or rose gold. 

You can also opt for minimalist jewellery with sentimental personalisation. This could be your name, the name of your spouse, your new initials, or even the initials of your new spouse. This is a great way to have a wonderful keepsake of your special day.  

Personalised name necklaces also make great gifts for your bridesmaids, ensuring their outfits are coordinating while still expressing individuality. 


You can never have too many pearls 

Pearls are a must-have for more traditional brides, and various colour options make them ideal for complementing wedding dresses in every shade of white. But in 2022, we will see pearls back in demand for the modern bride, too. 

Because pearls are so versatile, there’s plenty of scope to adopt this trend and make it your own. Simple pearl stud earrings will best suit a minimalist look, while vintage and bohemian brides can opt for layered strands of pearl necklaces. Add depth and texture by choosing strands in different lengths and thickness.  

Don’t be afraid to mix your stones. If you want to add colour or sparkle, pearls look great when worn with diamonds (real or faux) and other precious stones in all colours of the rainbow.


Coloured stones are back 

Whether worn on its own as a statement piece or paired together with different designs, brides are not shying away from colour this year. To adopt this trend, take advantage of pieces which feature oversized stones in unexpected places. Bracelets and rings are a great place to start if you want to embrace this trend, allowing you to show off these fashion-forward designs without detracting from the clean lines of your gown. 

Choosing the right jewellery is essential to finishing your bridal look. Think about the overall look you want to create on your wedding day, and let your jewellery form a key part of that picture. 

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