You picked out your gown, you’ve decided on your shoes and hairstyle, but what you now need is the bridal jewelry to finish off the whole outfit off. What kind of bridal jewelry should you choose?
Being the final touches to your look, the bridal jewelry you choose can make or break the look you are wanting for your special day. Many brides want to be adorned with diamonds or pearls but with many new gowns having stones of different types all over them, so you need to make sure the bridal jewelry you choose complements the gown you have.
Follow the theme of your gown. The last thing you want to do is plaster yourself in bridal jewelry with pearls when your dress is covered in beautiful crystals. Find that which complements you.
You want people to be drawn to your best features as well as the gorgeous dress you will wear on the day. If you believe that your eyes are your best feature, then there is no reason to wear a beautiful eye catching bracelet that draws everyone’s eyes away from your face and to the bridal jewelry resting on your wrist.
If you choose a tiara make sure it suits the rest of your bridal jewelry, because there’s nothing worse than a bride wearing a tiara that overpowers the rest of the items worn. Many brides wear beautiful, delicate bridal jewelry but pair it with a big, heavy tiara, ruining the look they were trying to achieve.
Bridal jewelry doesn’t just have to be on the gown and the accessories – don’t forget your shoes. While extra care has to be taken so you don’t ruin the look of the shoes, you can put some jewels on your shoes to give them that extra sparkle.
Another piece of advice for choosing bridal jewelry is to not overdo it. Don’t bog yourself down with too much. If you put too much bridal jewelry on yourself and your clothing, you may look too “glitzy.” Most bridal gowns and accessories are beautiful enough that you don’t need to adorn yourself with an overdose of jewels.