7 Ways to Rent Bling for Your Wedding Day

And yes, this can totally count as your "something borrowed."
The Knot
Updated May 26, 2020
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No matter how you want to accessorize your wedding dress (chandelier earrings or a pearl necklace?), it's safe to say you definitely want to look like a million bucks on your special day. But as far as we're concerned, that shouldn't mean you have to spend that much—which is why we rounded up our favorite places you can rent bling from for your wedding day if you don't want to make a permanent purchase. Start shopping below (buyer's remorse, not included).

1. Rent the Runway

Yep, everyone's favorite rental service offers jewelry too. Just like the designer dresses you've likely rented from it in the past, you can get glamorous, glitzy jewels for a tiny fraction of the retail price.

2. Happily Ever Borrowed

This site—made just for brides—will help you decide where to start with its handy-dandy Bridal Style Quiz. From there, you can shop the designer items that totally fit your vibe. It'll also send you pieces to try on with its Send Before You Spend box, so you can't really go wrong.

3. Verstolo

This option makes renting diamonds effortless and affordable (even more affordable than costume jewelry in some cases) for New York City dwellers. The process is simple: book an appointment, try on and pick out items from a selection of bracelets, necklaces, and earrings and reserve your faves for your wedding weekend. You have up to five days to drop them off when you're done.

4. Switch

With this service, you can rent as much jewelry as you want for a low monthly fee of $29—so feel free to go crazy for the events leading up to your wedding day too. Also, there's no rush to return the pieces you rent (so you can leave for your honeymoon stress-free), and can even buy them at a discount if you realize you simply can't live without them.


5. Red Carpet Rocks

This one only serves New Yorkers at the moment but plans for a nationwide launch in 2019. The concept is epic, so it's definitely worth the wait. The site gets new jewelry in every month (so your options are endless), and you only pay as you rent (so zero subscription fees).

6. Adorn

Adorn is your best bet for luxurious, stunning and extravagant jewelry. You'll find pretty much every high-end designer on there, and can rent pricey pieces for your wedding day (we're talking $10,000 plus) for less than $200.

7. Haute Vault

Another luxury site filled with high-end designs, Haute Vault has a whole selection of bridal jewelry, with super-stylish options for every kind of bride out there.

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