The World Is Your Oyster

Forget the simple bridal strands of yesteryear. Whether your big-day style is classic, modern, or somewhere in between, this season’s pearl accessories are anything but ordinary.

Photograph by Nina Gallant, styling by Jenny Wilson/Anchor Artists

1. Freshwater-baroque-pearl earrings with diamonds, $1,500, Brodney Antiques.

2. Gabriella Kiss freshwater-baroque-pearl necklace with 14-karat-green-gold bunny clasp, $5,200, Quadrum.

3. Paris “Prosperity” Swarovski pearl, rhodium, and rhinestone comb, $350, L’élite/Musette Atelier.

4. Handmade pearl-and-crystal necklace, $140, L’élite/Musette Atelier.

5. Theia “Pearl Blooms” brass earrings with freshwater cultured pearls and crystals, $105, BHLDN.

6. John Iversen “Seed” 18-karat-yellow-gold necklace with South Sea pearl, $5,900, Quadrum.

7. Mikimoto South Sea pearl gradient necklace with 18-karat-white-gold clasp, $25,000, Long’s Jewelers.

8. “The Munro” 18-karat-white-and-yellow-gold ring with pearl and diamonds, $1,875, Brilliant Earth.

9. Untamed Petals “Jonesy” pearl-beaded belt, $295, Ceremony.

10. Mikimoto platinum studs with South Sea pearls and diamonds, $13,000, Long’s Jewelers.

11. Double-strand pearl necklace with diamond-and-pearl clasp, $6,500, Brodney Antiques.

12. Knotted-freshwater-baroque-pearl necklace with 14-karat-yellow-gold “barnacles,” $1,810, Hannah Blount.

13. South Sea pearl bracelet, $5,500, Brodney Antiques.

14. Maria Beaulieu 18-karat-gold necklace with freshwater-pearl pendants, $4,300, Quadrum.

15. John Iversen “Single Jack” 18-karat-yellow-gold earrings with Akoya pearls, $3,900, Quadrum.

Getting married? Start and end your wedding planning journey with Boston Weddings' guide to the best wedding vendors in the city.