Shopping for Bridal Jewelry? We Love These Catholic Small Businesses

You have ravished my heart, my sister, my bride; you have ravished my heart with one glance of your eyes, with one bead of your necklace. - Song of Songs 4:9

There is something sacred about adorning yourself on the morning of your wedding; solemn and joyful all at once. Are you currently shopping for your bridal accessories? Here, our selection of women-run Catholic small businesses offering beautiful religious jewelry that can take on a special significance both on and long after your big day.

Atelier Zovak: Hand-cast and knotted medals, rosaries, and jewelry inspired by antique and heirloom designs.

Caritas Dei LLC: Jewelry and rosaries with a vintage sensibility, offering reproductions of antique religious medals and pieces.

CRS Ethical Trade: Ethically made jewelry benefiting small, local businesses worldwide, vetted by and contributing to Catholic Relief Services’ Fair Trade Fund.

Her Witness: Necklaces handmade by Tara Heilingoetter, one of Spoken Bride’s photographers, specializing in Miraculous Medals.

Lillian Jude Designs: Launching soon, offering modern takes on saint medals with hand-drawn and stamped designs.

Mary With You: Clean, simple scapular and rosary bracelets in leather and cord.

My Saint My Hero: Necklaces, bracelets, earrings, and rings, ranging from minimalist to elaborate, with a wide range of Benedictine cross pieces in particular. Founded with deep respect for the dignity of work, the company’s pieces--for women and men--are ethically created by women artisans in several cities around the globe.

Our Lady’s Armory: Rosaries and other religious articles crafted by husband-and-wife team and Spoken Bride Vendors Nick and Elizabeth Jobe. We love their cuff links as a gift for your groom!

Small Things Great Love: On-trend charm bangles featuring Catholic devotions.

Stella & Tide: Delicate, feminine articles, including customizable options, featuring the saints, Our Lady, and symbols from Scripture.

For more bridal accessories we love, check out the editors’ favorites.

And tell us; how did you choose your wedding jewelry? If your pieces have a story behind them, we’d love to hear it in the comments and on our social media.