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Bold Bridal Jewelry

Megan McCarty Liz Hummer

(above) Bright turquoise glass cabochons from the 1940s are the centerpiece of a vintage-inspired necklace that will pop against bridal white. Turquoise glass & filigree necklace by Northeast Portland’s Verabel Jewelry, $98

(above left) Pastel shades of rough citrine, aqua chalcedony and moonstone are brilliant when sprinkled along oversize 14K gold fill loops. “Cascade” by Bend’s Nashelle, $499 exclusive price for Oregon Bride readers (enter code: orbride11)

(above right) The single rough-cut diamond quartz stone anchors a cascade of silver chains, an edgy alternative to a diamond pendant. “Ethereal” by Southeast Portland’s Sahlia Jewelry, $180

(above left) Hard and soft meet, with hand-cut sterling silver swirls highlighting the cloud-like shades of natural Brazilian agate. “Phaedra Necklace” by Southeast Portland’s Stone & Honey, $250

(above right) A fringe of sexy “flames” cast from vintage brass will spark more than a few hot stares for the bride who wants to be fancy and fierce. “Ring of Fire” by Northwest Portland’s Betsy & Iya, $144

(above) A daring necklace dripping with sparkling crystals and antiqued brass chains will ignite passions on your romantic day. “Bronze Goddess” by Southeast Portland’s Grayling Jewelry, $378

(above left) Classic pearls and crystal quartz gemstones go from delicate to decadent when piled on layers of recycled silver and oxidized metal. “Yasuko” by Northwest Portland’s Amy Burgess Jewelry, $260

(above right) Old Hollywood glamour gets a roughed up makeover with this mix of vintage ’40s rhinestones, eco-pearls and handbrushed brass chain. “Majeste” by Southeast Portland’s Mandalena, $499

(above) A trio of reclaimed 14K gold hoops orbit around blue topaz drops to form a striking symbol of you and him as one. “Nebula” by Northeast Portland’s Favor Jewelry, $96

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