Weddings and stones
Discover which wedding anniversaries our stones are associated with
Since time immemorial and in most countries, the bride and groom celebrate their wedding with gems to symbolize their eternal love. It is a tradition that dates back to the Roman Empire and has spread to the present day. For several decades, gems have also been given to celebrate wedding anniversaries as a sign oflove, fidelity or luck.
Find out which gems correspond to which nuptials, according to the official list of the International Colored Gem Association (ICA).
Garnet wedding anniversary
2nd wedding anniversary
With its bright colors, the Garnet symbolizes passion in love.
Blue Topaz Wedding
4th wedding anniversary
In love, blue topaz represents deep attachment and honesty.
8th wedding anniversary
Tourmaline brings wisdom, peace and serenity to the couple.
14th wedding anniversary
The Opal is offered to his partner as a symbol of hope, purity and tenderness.
Peridot wedding anniversary
16th wedding anniversary
The Peridot is the emblem of "love at first sight" and represents the birth of true love.
Aquamarine wedding anniversary
19th wedding anniversary
Aquamarine strengthens and sustains the love, attachment and compassion of the bride and groom.
Imperial Topaz Wedding
23rd wedding anniversary
Imperial Topaz awakens passion and attracts love and affection.
24th wedding anniversary
Tanzanite is a symbol of softness, delicacy and harmony.
48th wedding anniversary
Amethyst is offered as a token of sincerity and fidelity, and helps to overcome jealousy.