5 Helpful Wedding Day Jewelry Selection Tips

by aiowedding on December 22, 2014

As a little girl, there’s a pretty good chance that you dreamed of your wedding day. You thought about the kind of place you wanted to be married in, the type of dress that you would wear, and definitely the way your groom would look.

Now that the day is only a few months (or weeks) away, it seems that all of your dreams are coming true. You’re getting married in a perfect venue. Your dress is absolutely amazing. You’re totally in love with your fiancé. All you have to take care of are small details like your jewelry.

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If you’d like a few tips on how to select the kind of jewelry that will make you the prettiest bride that anyone has ever seen, here are five that will help make your bridal look flawless.

Remember the “something rules.”: A very popular tradition for brides is to wear something old, something new, something borrow and something blue. So as you’re in the process of deciding what kind of jewelry to wear on your wedding day, keep those four things in mind. You can wear some antique pearl earrings, a new rhinestone bracelet, a borrowed diamond necklace, or even a blue-colored cocktail ring.

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Make sure your veil and earrings complement your desired hairstyle: Another tip to keep in mind is that your earrings and veil should complement the hairstyle that you choose to wear. For instance, if you decide to wear your hair up, some diamond posts and a crystal tiara would be exquisite. On the other hand, if you prefer to wear your hair down, some dangling earrings with some matching rhinestone barrettes would provide a simple yet sophisticated look.

Don’t wear a watch or a lot of rings: If you’re someone who happens to be a real stickler when it comes to being on time, there’s a pretty good chance that you own a couple of watches. But for your wedding day, this is actually a piece of jewelry that you should do without. There are going to be a lot of pictures that will feature your hands, so it’s better to have on a shimmering bracelet instead. Also, while it’s OK to have a keepsake or signature ring on your right hand, try and have no more than one ring on. Remember, you will have your engagement ring on your left hand as you walk down the aisle and a wedding ring on top of it once the ceremony is finished. That is more than enough hand jewelry.

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Embrace your signature style: Say that you’re looking on a website like BodySparkle Body Jewelry and you see a couple of items that may not be considered to be traditional wedding day jewelry, but you still like them a lot. It’s OK to get them and incorporate them into your bridal look. A beautiful bride is someone who embraces her signature style. This includes the kind of jewelry that she chooses to wear.

Less is more: That said, if there is one thing that you should definitely keep in mind, it would have to be that less is more. Just like with makeup, jewelry is meant to enhance your look, not overwhelm it. So with all of the pieces that you choose, make sure that they don’t take away from your natural beauty or the detailing of your dress. For wedding jewelry ideas, go to your favorite search engine and put “wedding jewelry ideas” or “wedding accessories” in the search field.

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