Fine jewellery manufacturer Stuller will be looking to celebrate with the many couples that have been forced to put plans on hold for the last year, as weddings begin to return in different parts of the world.

The company, founded in Louisiana in 1970, provides bridal jewellery, wedding bands, fine jewellery, mountings, diamonds and gemstones, as well as findings, metals, tools, packaging and digital solutions.

Now, Stuller is looking to aid jewellery retail partners with all the necessary tools to make the expected influx of special days worth the wait.


Morgan Waters, Stuller executive director of marketing services and events, commented: “With a global pandemic, the wedding industry certainly took a hit in every way possible — postponed weddings, delayed engagements, restricted celebrations and more.

“But the industry has responded with new ways to help make dreams come true, and we expect 2021 to be a year to remember.”

Throughout the year, Stuller is also producing a collection of photos, videos and other marketing materials that are free for jewellers to use.

“We will be uploading fresh content to assist jewelers in their marketing efforts as well,” said Waters. “Stuller is the destination for all things wedding.”

Meanwhile, Alex Stuller, senior bridal director, added: “While we know some weddings might look different this year, brides are focusing on what is most important, and jewellers will no doubt have a starring role in each happily ever after.

“That’s why our team has curated collections of classic, contemporary, and on-trend products we know your customers will love.”