Six Stories unveils first bridal jewellery range
19 Aug 2020
British brand, Six Stories has released its first jewellery range inspired by the modern bride
Designed with the ‘more than a day’ ethos in mind the Six Stories bridal jewellery collection includes statement pieces for your entire bridal journey; from the moment you get engaged to when you check into your honeymoon suite.
Created by Lucy Menghini with a mission to refine bridal fashion, combining style and sentiment, the Six Stories timeless collection of 14K - 18K gold plated earrings, necklaces and hair accessories has been designed with the modern bridal journey in mind.
The Bethany Jayne 18K gold baroque pearl hoop earrings, £65
The gold necklace collection includes dainty chains, chokers, or heavy chains, each with a variety of pendant freshwater pearls or embossed coins to choose from. There is also the option to personalise a selection of the necklaces, with the option to add the wearers initials within the design – ideal as a token gift for a bridesmaid, friend or family member.
Each item in the collection has been thoughtfully curated, with pearls to represent wisdom through experience; a sentiment to keep the wearer positive as they journey towards their big day.
Based on the foundation of overcoming adversity, creator Lucy wanted to centre the new jewels around the brand’s customers. The week before the jewellery launched Six Stories gave its customers the opportunity to honour their nearest and dearest, by naming a piece of jewellery in the collection after them.
The Gina 18K gold Cherub Necklace, £55
The ‘Gina’, a cherub pendant necklace is named after Gina Shelton, who was nominated by her friend Danielle. Gina is a mum to two sets of young twins, as well as an older daughter. She has just been diagnosed with breast cancer and is about to undergo chemo, Danielle’s nomination said: “Gina is also raising so much awareness for this through her platform. Always thinking of others no matter what is going on in her world. Everyone needs a Gina in their life.”
Lucy said: “Nothing feels better than doing something lovely and thoughtful for someone you love, so we wanted to create this opportunity for our brides to be to honour those that have helped them the most, with a piece named after them. We read each story sent into us across the week and selected pieces we felt paired with the story and jewellery best. Each piece in the new collection symbolises the strength & growth of our community after a really tough year for everyone with wedding plans.”
The new range will be available on the Six Stories website this August.