By Cindy Edelstein
It’s a category so big we had to divide it between two weeks.

For the majority of jewelers, bridal jewelry is their bread-and-butter, with many soon-to-be-wives and husbands selecting very classic pieces.

But what about that bride or groom who’s a little off-beat, who wants a colored stone instead of a diamond, an off-color diamond or an unusual shape?

In part one of a two-part TrendTracker, we present 14 styles for the more individualistic bride and groom. 

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