We caught up with Jodie Gearing at Jodie Gearing Bespoke Jewellery Design to find out where to start when it comes to bespoke jewellery. She says, "Going bespoke is a romantic touch for your wedding rings. Here are a few of my top tips to help you design the perfect look. The key is to have a common element between the engagement and wedding ring. I always recommend matching the depth of the rings to look right on your finger. The width does not have to match (mine don’t), and neither do the metals if you’d like some contrast.
The key is to decide when you begin this process is to decide whether you need a fitted shape to fit with your engagement ring. There’s lots of options available if you do need some shaping, such as a twist, wave, wishbone, and curved. I always draw up several options for my client to choose from. Take a look online and get some inspiration; try browsing Instagram, Pinterest and Etsy as well as high street names. I have galleries of bespoke rings on my website as a starting point for my clients.
Send your favourite ideas to a designer for them to understand your style and preferences; they should then be able to sketch out your dream ring.
Check out www.jodiegearing.com
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