You’ll be wearing your rings for ever, so why not make it personal? Bespoke makers tell us all about customising the gems, metal, design and more to create something unique
Jewellery and rings
Scottish wedding jewellery specialists each showcase seven sparkling bridal pieces that will wow as you walk down the aisle and beyond – these gorgeous gems will be a girl’s best friend for a long time after too..
In the second instalment of our series, five more leading Scottish jewellers tell Olivia Simpson about the inspiration behind their work and their love for designing wedding rings and jewellery
In the first part of our series, five Scottish jewellers tell Olivia Simpson about the hard graft, years of experience and artistic drive that goes into their creations
Looking to add a personal touch to your tresses come the big day? This Dunfermline-based accessory designer will create hair slides that give your new name a shoutout alongside other gorgeous pieces
Celebrities – they’re just like us. Well, perhaps not, but these dupes for famous engagement rings will get you one step closer to sealing your place amongst the glitterati…
The Aberdeen jeweller has been making rings since 1988, but there’s nothing old-fashioned about the state-of-the-art technology used to create the designs. Customers can watch their pieces come to life, realised in full 3D on a computer screen
Confused by carats? Think solitaire is just a card game? With jargon that sounds like a whole new language, it can be hard to know where to start when it comes to wedding jewellery. Thankfully, Scottish jewellers will set you off on the right track
Going bespoke for your wedding rings or jewellery doesn’t need to mean splashing all your cash. We ask our favourite budget-savvy Scottish jewellers to show how you can get tailor-made pieces that don’t break the bank
You’ll have your wedding rings for life and they’re now considered an extension of your personality, but should you choose platinum, yellow gold, rose gold or something else entirely?