JEWELRY TIPS FOR BRIDE TO BE
You don't have to fully reinvent the wheel when it comes to completing your ensemble. Trust your instincts, pick what you like, and follow a few of our top style tips for a wedding day look you'll remember fondly for years to come. While you may not be used to wearing a wedding gown every day, you are most likely used to wearing jewelry. Use what works for you and what makes you feel the most confident as a starting point for your wedding style. If you never wear statement earrings, make your wedding day the first time you do.
While you may not wear a wedding gown on a daily basis, you are most likely more familiar with jewelry. Use what works for you and what makes you feel the most confident as a starting point for your wedding look. If you never wear statement earrings, make your wedding day the first time you do.
Because your wedding band and engagement ring will be worn every day of your marriage, they should already symbolize the distinct design you wish to repeat in the rest of your wedding jewelry.
If you plan on wearing a necklace. Choose one that matches the neckline of your gown as a general rule. Pendants complement V-necks best, while chokers and statement necklaces complement strapless and sweetheart necklines. If one or two of your accessories stand out too much, consider leaving them out or replacing them with more discreet ones.
Earrings can be worn in a variety of ways with up-dos. Up-dos look well with both large statement earrings and more delicate earrings like drop earrings or studs. Up-dos are also great for incorporating hair jewelry, which may add a touch of glitz and romance to your bridal look. Consider how your hair jewelry will match your earrings and necklace. If you choose a big hairpiece, keep your earrings and necklaces understated.
On the internet, you may find jewelry metals that match different hues of clothing, such as platinum and silver for pure white, yellow gold for ivory and champagne, and rose gold for blush. Choosing your bridal jewelry is an exciting part of the wedding planning process. You want to choose jewelry that will enhance rather than overshadow your bridal look.
The jewelry you wear during the ceremony does not have to match the jewelry you wear during the wedding. If your spectacular veil prevents you from wearing statement earrings, switch to sparklers for the reception. If your long-sleeve bolero or gown topper stops you from wearing bracelets, stack bangles on your arms when you remove it. Though you can make a totally new second look dress for the reception, an accessories switch-up is a less expensive option that still has the intended impression.