There is a crazy amount of talented jewellery designers in Australia and in the spirit of wanting to support local business, we’ve rounded up our top Australian bridal jewellery labels.
We use the term ‘bridal’ loosely – a lot of these labels create pieces that can be worn anytime, anywhere (as is the rule for most things ‘bridal’ these days). There are also some great options for bridesmaids jewellery, too. Happy shopping!
We’re yet to find a piece of Maison Roe jewellery we don’t like. Based in Sydney, their statement pieces are heavily inspired by runway trends and are designed for modern brides who appreciate quality products and thoughtful styling.
Ayla and Oak is an affordable, online accessories boutique based in Sydney. They describe their style as easy, effortless and feminine. They also sell cute jewellery cases and a small range of clothing and prints.
Reminiscent of European bohemian glamour and 1980s excess, Australian jewellery designer Christie Nicolaides creates unique, handcrafted head crowns, earrings, necklaces and rings using precious and semi-precious stones.
Peggy and Twig is the love child of Emily – a 6th generation farm girl who has been making jewellery since 2010. Her collection of pearl earrings are simple and classic and lovingly made on her partner’s family farm near Trangie, NSW.
Launched in 2013 by Susannah Fairley and inspired by a love of classic style and travel, every piece of Fairley jewellery is handmade using ancient jewellery-making techniques and handpicked gems from Turkey, Brazil, India and Thailand.
Natalie Alamein designs accessories and clothing that echos her love of rich colour, texture and quality craftsmanship. Based in Sydney, she draws inspiration from music, art and travel with each piece designed to bring a layer of luxe into the everyday
Ruby and Sage is an online jewellery boutique run by a small team of three people who share a love for feminine jewellery with a modern twist. Their affordable collections are sourced from jewellers worldwide and make for great bridesmaids gifts.
A New Zealand native who now calls Sydney home, Kirstin Ash works alongside her brother designing whimsical jewellery using unconventional mediums and techniques like vermeil – a historical French plating method.
Ruusk is a Sydney-based jewellery label driven by a strong set of values including traditional jewellery making techniques, sustainability and conscious production. Therefore each piece is made to order and expertly crafted in Australia.
Based in country Victoria, Pollen and Plume offers quality accessories designed and made by Alison Moncrief using an eclectic mix of materials including hand veined silk petals, Swarovski crystals, etched bead caps and ostrich feathers.
Melbourne-based designer Kit Cockerell creates statement jewellery pieces that combine bold textures with delicate details. Over the years her distinctive designs have grown in popularity, with her first flagship store opening last year in Armadale, VIC.
In 2010 Sydney local Jessica Balyck launched her namesake jewellery label. Known for creating unique, handmade pieces consciously designed with the earth in mind, Balyck is a welcome step away from the world of mass produced fashion.
By Charlotte combines bohemian-inspired designs with spiritual meanings through the use of semi-precious stones, crystals and symbols. You can visit Charlotte’s flagship store in Paddington, Sydney, or order online.
Amélie George is an Australian bridal jewellery label created by two friends in Melbourne and specifically designed for the modern bride. Elegant and sophisticated, their designs feature organic shapes, pearls and shimmering crystals.
Now a household name, Natalie Marie Jewellery is a label dedicated to traditional, superior craftsmanship with a focus on sustainability and high quality materials. Each piece is made to order by hand in Sydney, with bespoke services available.