With the invites sent out and the wedding gown bought, the next big thing left is choosing your jewelry. Now this may seem like a minute detail that can be taken care of later, but it is much bigger than that. Your wedding jewelry is that thing that will complete your bridal look, and you can imagine what happens if that goes wrong. I cannot stress this enough, but girls, be very picky about your wedding jewelry because that’s one of the very few things in your wedding that you cannot afford to go wrong on.
Decide on the Look
The first thing you need to make up your mind about before going out and shopping for jewelry is to decide on your bridal look. Do you want a classic look, or a modern one, a causal look or a prim and proper one? For someone who wants to look totally classic, white diamonds is the best choice at hand. Brides who want to pair their outfit with some modern details that will easily pop out must look in the rose gold section. That out of the way, now it’s time to decide on the pieces.
The Neckline Rule
What pieces you wear with your wedding gown depends a lot on the neckline. Neckpieces are not an option sometimes. As with a halter neck, as well as with a one-shoulder dress. A sweetheart neckline however makes a lot of room for a neckpiece, an opportunity most people make use of to flaunt a statement necklace. A gorgeous neckpiece is like the center piece of a bridal attire. Choosing that, you have to skip on other pieces, or risk overdoing. Sometimes a pair of chandelier earrings go a long way. With illusion and high necklines, you don’t need more than just a dazzling set of luxe earrings.
Keep It Simple
This should be your mantra for the day. There might be numerous temptations along the way, but sidestep every time you see one. Try to keep it simple, understated and real. If you fail to aim for simple, you may end up with one too many pieces, and that can be easily cringe-worthy. There is a fine line between just right and totally wrong, and one can easily go to other way if they do not adopt caution. Wear only jewelry that reflect your personal taste, but do not pass on mixing and matching.