Thursday, January 8, 2015

Accessorizing For Your Big Wedding Day

You have already picked your wedding gown: now you need to accessorize with a set of matching bridal jewelry. Every bride-to-be desires to look her most elegant during the most special of days, and her bridal outfit and accessories—cuffs, bangles, necklaces, and earrings—should exude that extraordinary feeling of joy in someone on the threshold of a new life.

Feminine, vintage-inspired lace dresses, and romantic floral details complement jewelry of soft romantic hues, such as rose quartz, mother of pearl, clear peach, and chalcedony. However, don’t limit yourself with these choices, especially if you chose a dress that captures your personality and require a particular set of bridal jewelry. Your jewelry should just as much reflect who you are, and it is this undeniable identity that will unify and harmonize your total look.

Your choice of jewelry should also match your wedding’s overall theme or motif. Having a garden wedding? Choose something like Amazonite or rose quartz to reflect the nature around you. It is not necessary to do away with colorful jewelry—if your personality summons colors and glitter, then you choose the jewelry set that distinguishes you.

Don’t get too carried away with shopping for your wedding jewelry, or opting to buy these first before your wedding gown. Remember that your jewelry should complement your wedding gown, and while these shiny stones are superb on their own, they should never upstage your dress. With the right pieces of jewelry that rather enhance everything on you (and inside you), you could be the most stunning bride ever to walk on the aisle.

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