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The very first thing you need to accept is that “Less is more” in many cases. Do not take the risk of overdoing things. Your wedding Jewelry must not outshine your wedding costume; it should rather blend well with the overall look of your bridal wear.
For example, if your wedding gown has an ornate neckline, then do not wear a necklace as it may cause the neckline to look too busy. Instead, opt for drop earrings that can complement your look.
If your wedding dress is on the simpler side then try to opt for a bold statement by wearing a necklace. Also, be very careful while choosing wedding ring sets, they should match the fabric of the wedding attire. To add a dramatic unique touch to your look, it is not necessary that everything should match. Contrasting in the appropriate manner can make any bride look mesmerizingly beautiful.
Can’t decide between silver and gold jewelry? Let the color of your gown guide your choice.
If your gown is white: This bright hue looks prettiest with platinum or silver pieces.
If your gown is ivory: Gold jewelry will best enhance this creamy shade.
If your gown is champagne: Gold jewelry will complement the warm tones in this very light beige color. If you’re putting together an antique-inspired look, burnished silver with rhinestones also works well.
If your gown is blush: Try rose gold. The pink cast in the metal will coordinate with the soft pink of the dress.
The neckline of your wedding dress is the deciding factor for the kind of necklace you are going to wear. A choker or a shorter necklace is appropriate for dresses with a strapless neckline or sweetheart neckline.
If your wedding gown has an ornate neckline, you can go for chandelier earrings and fresh flowers for your hair. To balance everything, do not hesitate to wear a small bracelet, bangle or a cocktail ring to complete the look. V-neck wedding dresses call for choker and pendant or you can even layer both. You can pair the necklace with dangling earrings or studs whichever looks fine to you.
You need to choose jewelry in a way that allows them to be highlighted by your wedding dress and not outdo it. Choose the metals of the jewelry keeping the color of the dress in mind. Do not forget to highlight the jewelry that you have worn for your special day.
Opting for too many jewelry items can make your entire look messy. So try to choose one single necklace that highlights your entire look and goes well with a heavy pair of earrings and ring.
If deciding on your jewelry seems more difficult than finding the gown, focus your search. Find one piece you absolutely adore and want to invest in, and wear that. Still in doubt? Simple pearl or diamond studs (costume or otherwise) are always classic. Just be sure you don’t buy them as part of a set. While jewelry suites used to be a go-to, modern brides avoid accessories that look too matchy-matchy.
The most important thing about picking the perfect pieces for your wedding gown is they should be a reflection of you. If you're not comfortable wearing big, chandelier earrings, stick to studs. Love the way you look in a lariat necklace? Go for it! If you're happy in all your accessories, you’ll feel confident—and that’s the best accessory of all.