Every time I list a new jewelry collection, I have the task of creating catchy jewelry names for each design. Coming up with unique names isn’t always easy. In fact, it’s probably one of the most time-intensive parts of the process. If you’re looking for some techniques for creating catchy jewelry names for your designs, here are three to use.
One of the benefits of designing accessories in a themed collection is the inspiration it provides for creating catchy jewelry names. Whether it’s doing research into Greek Mythology for my Siren’s Call jewelry collection or pulling flower names like my May Flowers spring jewelry collection, these tactics helped make naming my jewelry much easier.
Use fun literary techniques
Sometimes, using elements of language creates catchy jewelry names. Incorporate alliteration, onomatopoeia, utilize a pun, or play on a figure of speech. These tricks can help make your listings that much more memorable to buyers viewing them.
As creative as you may be when designing jewelry, sometimes you just need to be literal with your names. Use gemstone names that appear in the jewelry, list the color of the design, of name elements that appear in the jewelry. Woven together, even literal names can work well. Just remember that if you choose this method, to keep the name short. If it has seven different words, it may stray away from being effective.
Tips for Creating Catchy Jewelry Names
The next time you list your handmade jewelry, hopefully, these tips for creating catchy jewelry names can help you. What tips do you have for naming your jewelry designs? Share your ideas in the comments.