Statement earrings | Our bridal earrings "Samantha" decorate a romantic castle wedding

The "Samantha" pearl earrings from our "Modern Bride" collectionare among my favorite statement earrings because their extra-long shape makes them an unforgettable wow effect at any wedding. With round, glittering crystal studs - or any of our other custom stud options - and seven freshwater pearls on each side, they're a statement piece in spite of their simple, no-frills shape, and their clean design means they'll look great with your little black dress or jeans-and-white-blouse look long after the wedding is over.

Remember the beautiful photos of our "Enchantment" earrings taken at a photo shoot in Normandy?(HERE you can find the post about it). At exactly this shooting, the two American photographers Lauren Fair and Julie Paisley also staged another look, which depicts a romantic dream wedding in grand style at the French castle "Château de Courtomer" in Normandy. For this, the terrific stylist Janna Brown has staged our long statement pearl earrings "Samantha" as an eye-catcher absolutely perfect.

With their long, flowing shape and understated elegance, the earrings are an ideal match for the fantastically feminine wedding dress with floral embroidery and tulle, as well as the sophisticated braid hairstyle with loosely protruding strands of hair. I always find it fascinating how these pearl earrings fit through their noble-simple design to every bride type and wedding look and yet due to their size set a visual highlight every time and are a great eye-catcher.

I hope you enjoy these truly fabulous photos - and maybe they'll even inspire you to incorporate a pair of stunning statement earrings into your wedding or everyday wardrobe, too.

Photography LAUREN FAIR & JULIE PAISLEY | Creative Direction, Design & Florals OLEANDER CURATED | Wardrobe Styling & Flatlay Design JANNA BROWN DESIGN CO | Hair & Makeup NATALIA ISSA| Jewelry JUVELAN | Gown MIRA ZWILLINGER | Shoes BELLA BELLE | Calligraphy SHASTA BELL CALLIGRAPHY | Venue CHATEAU DE COURTOMER