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9 Gorgeous Pieces of Green Jewelry for Your Wedding Day


Every bride knows you need something blue before the walk down the aisle, but what about something green? Break the mold with these green-gemstone pieces. Whether you are looking for something rustic, or a piece that screams classic glamor, it comes in green.

Wedding bands with colored gemstones are big right now. Try one in green, like this gorgeous stacked set with emeralds and diamonds set in rose gold.

$1,650 (band only); D’Errico Jewelry, Scarsdale; www.derricojewelry.com


Earrings are an easy way to work a little color into your wedding-day wardrobe. This funky pair set with emeralds and tourmaline is the perfect bold statement piece.

$3,300; Hummingbird Jewelers, Rhinebeck; www.hummingbirdjewelers.com


Emeralds aren’t the only green stones to consider. These green crystal-quartz earrings are absolutely stunning – and less expensive.

$1,190; Neiman Marcus, White Plains; www.neimanmarcus.com


We also love the mint-green color of these elegant chrysoprase earrings.

$1,030; Peridot Fine Jewelry, Larchmont; www.peridotfinejewelry.com


If you want to stick with emeralds, try something timeless like this simple pendant that you’ll wear long after your wedding day.

$7,500; D’Errico Jewelry, Scarsdale; www.derricojewelry.com  


A double strand of emeralds and diamonds would be a showstopper with a strapless gown.

$21,500; Daniele Trissi, Scarsdale; www.danieletrissi.com


Dresses with this year’s trendy deep-v necklines are a perfect fit for an ornate pendant with a touch of green.

$19,950; Desires by Mikolay, Chappaqua; www.desiresbymikolay.com


Can’t quite pull off that pendant? Try this pear-shaped one trimmed in gold.  

$1,110; Neiman Marcus, White Plains; www.neimanmarcus.com


Or go boho with this surface-cut tourmaline set in gold.

$1,350; Peridot Fine Jewelry, Larchmont; www.peridotfinejewelry.com  

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