While everybody is going gaga over traditional gold and silver for their weddings, we thought you should give a dazzling twist to yours, by adding sapphires to your wedding jewelry.
The story behind the name goes that sapphire is derived from the Greek word ‘Sappheiros’ which means cherished or treasured stone. It’s one of the 4 other precious gemstones – diamonds, rubies and emeralds.
Whether they’re a part of the main wedding ring or used intricately in your necklaces and bangles, sapphires stand out with their rich blue hues. We’ve picked out some of our favorites – read on!