Make sure you double check all the details of your order before you make your purchase. You might laugh, but you’d be surprised at how easy it is to misspell a name, like “Isaiah”, on the order form. This type of mistake is not only costly, but can be embarrassing, if you don’t realize it until the recipient unwraps their gift and points out the error!
If you’re unsure of what necklace name silver style the recipient would like, stick to a classic option, like an engraved pendant. Avoid colored metal, gemstones, and other add-ons; the simpler, the better. Or, if you can get advice on a style from friends of the intended recipient, all the better. If the recipient has a longer name, a double thickness piece is a wise choice, since it will resist bending and breaking.
You’ll need to decide whether to include a full name, like “Destiny”, or use a nickname or single initial. An initial is probably the safest bet if you aren’t sure what the recipient of the necklace name silver would prefer.
Chain length is a consideration that many people overlook. Sixteen inches is a good chain length for many people, but if you know the recipient usually wears very short or long chains, order accordingly so they won’t have to purchase a new chain for their necklace name silver pendant. Also choose a thickness, from fine to heavy, in accordance with their usual jewelry wardrobe.