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There are many elements to planning a wedding and we’re here to make at least one of them easier for you!
Choosing the right jewellery for your big day is almost as important as finding the perfect dress. Accessories are the cherry on top of your outfit after all. So whether you’re a diamond bling princess or you prefer to be more toned down and subtle with your accessories, we’ve listed five important things every bride needs to know when choosing wedding jewellery.
White gowns: Platinum or silver pieces will stand out and sparkle most with this colour dress.
Ivory gowns: Gold jewellery will bring out the creamy tones of your ivory hue.
Champagne gowns: Gold jewellery will again look beautiful with warm champagne tones. You could also go vintage with aged silver and rhinestones for a more dramatic look.
Blush gowns: For a non-traditional dress stick with your non-traditional theme and try something new! Rose gold jewellery will look stunning with the pink blush tones.
This is a good rule for every day accessorising, not just your wedding day! When already wearing a wedding dress though, this rule can be even more important. Jewellery should enhance your dress but not overwhelm it. If there are already jewels on your dress then probably all you need is a simple necklace and sparkly stud earrings.
As well as matching your jewellery and metal choice to the colour of your dress, you should also take into account the style of the dress when you choose your style of jewellery. If you’re wearing a V-necked or strapless dress, a medium length necklace is perfect. If your dress has a higher neck you may not need a necklace at all and statement earrings will be enough.
As already mentioned, wedding planning consists of many elements and you will find yourself faced with constant decision making. It’s important not to rush jewellery though, take your time and find a really special piece for your special day. Once you’ve got the first piece the others will come easier and you’ll be ready in no time!
A wedding is about celebrating a couple and the parts that make it up, so in a way it’s a celebration of you being YOU. Don’t try to change your style for your wedding, instead celebrate exactly what makes you you and wear what you love. If you’re naturally a daring and out-there person then go crazy with the jewellery. If you’re more laid back and minimalistic, then that single pair of diamond earrings may be all you need.
Gold jewellery is a classic look and will never go out of style. Gold pieces can be pricey but if you treat yourself to quality you’ll be grateful for it later. Gold jewellery looks especially gorgeous with warmer toned gowns such as ivory and champagne.
Silver is of course the other traditional go-to. Silver shines brightest next to white wedding dresses and also looks beautiful with dark wedding colours such as navy. Silver pieces are usually cheaper than gold so you may feel like you have more choice and can afford to treat yourself to a few more gemstones.
Rose gold jewellery is pushing its way to the forefront of jewellery metals and is becoming more and more popular each day. Lots of brides love the romantic pink hue it has and it’s perfect for any wedding that is looking for something new and different.
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