8 Jewellery Pieces Inspired by Princess Diana and The Royal Wedding of Kate Middleton

8 Jewellery Pieces Inspired by Princess Diana and The Royal Wedding of Kate Middleton

Kate Middleton

It was in 2011 when Catherine (Kate) Middleton’s grace was captured by the world. She was beautiful, smart, talented, elegant, and at the time, was getting married to the love of her life, Prince William whom many of us single ladies have probably idolized at some stage. She lived the modern-day fairy tale. All eyes were on her including everything she was wearing–from her dresses to her shoes to her hairstyle. And who could ever forget the engagement ring that sparkled on her finger each time she made an appearance in public?

The iconic royal wedding of Duchess and Duke of Cambridge was historical and the beauty of Kate’s engagement ring would imprint on us for decades to come. The ring, a stunning 12-carat oval Ceylon sapphire surrounded by 14 diamonds, was originally selected by Princess Diana before her wedding to Prince Charles in 1981. It was truly iconic in its own right.

At Moi Moi, oval cut Moissanite and created blue sapphire are available for a smart, modern-day lady like you. Oval cut Moissanite is the perfect alternative to the famous royal engagement ring! Moissanite is considered the most beautiful gem in the world – it is durable for everyday wear, the brilliance is permanent and never becomes cloudy over time, and much more affordable. Most importantly, they have ethical origins!

We have rounded up our jewellery favourites that are, one way or another, inspired by the extravagant wedding that the whole world tuned into (because honestly, there was just too much inspiration from that historic wedding, you know?).

Diana 11×9 Lab Grown Sapphire

Oh, yes. First on our list is this beauty that will have you walking and talking like a duchess. A nod to one of the most beloved rings in history, the ‘Diana’ is the definition of eternal beauty with a stunning lab grown sapphire centre stone surrounded by a sparkling halo of Moissanite, making it the ring for the people.

A melding of the classic and modern worlds. The ‘Ava Oval’ ring is an elegant, elongated design featuring a remarkable oval Moissanite. The oval evokes a sense of old-world allure, while the delicate halo and band make the ‘Ava’ ring feel fresh and modern.


Ava Oval 8X6-9X7 Moissanite Halo Engagement Ring On 3/4 Accented Band



Jacinta 5.0 SUPERNOVA Moissanite

The ‘Jacinta’ ring is playful and feminine, featuring a round centre stone encircled by a halo of petals. Its floral design gives this ring a whimsical quality inspired by vintage cluster rings while maintaining contemporary appeal.

Jacinta Engagement Ring Floral Halo Band


Adorned with beautiful accent stones in a refined prong setting, this ring truly creates magic with its sparkle from every angle.

Angela 3.0 Moissanite U-Prong Moissanite Wedding Band With Individual Prongs


Let this stunning pair of earrings instantly take you back to the magical moments of the royal wedding! Inspired by soft, floral silhouettes, these earrings are an elegant arrangement of ethically sourced lab-grown diamonds.




Blossom 6.0 SUPERNOVA Moissanite

The moment Kate walked down the aisle of Westminster Abbey was one for the books. She shined and blossomed so beautifully as a royal bride. The ‘Blossom’ flower cluster pendant is perfect for both spring days and glamorous nights, with its petals adorned with sparkling Moissanite.

Blossom6.0 Front2


SUPERNOVA Moissanite Oval Cut 

It’s always great to look up to and be inspired by the elegance of a princess. We all have our role models, after all. But at the end of the day, this is your life, and you are the centre of your own life. Create your own story because you are your real-life princess. Now, how about translating that story into a bespoke piece of jewellery, highlighting stunning Moissanite like the beautiful and versatile oval cut?



Which one’s your favourite piece? Which piece made you most nostalgic and reminded you of Kate Middleton’s unforgettable royal wedding? Share them in the comment section!