You’re getting married and you’re excited about all the memorable and enthusiastic events leading to the special day. From the dress, to the hair, makeup, shoes, and jewelry, it may be a little overwhelming and nerve-wrecking, considering that you want to be sure everything is just perfect! When it comes to jewelry, there are many styles to consider and many pieces you may want to try on before making a decision. Aside from your beautiful gown, your jewelry is a part of your special day that everyone will notice and admire. Don’t sweat it, we have put together some tips you may want to consider, along with spring’s top accessories to fit right in with those tips!
Match your metals to your dress.
Before picking your jewelry, you may want to consider the following tips about choosing the best metal to match with your dress. Having a wide variety of metal colors makes it easier to find exactly what you’re looking for. From yellow gold, to platinum, we have several options for every design. Compare these spring looks and metals to make the right choice!
White Gown: Gold embellishments may clash with a bright white gown. We suggest sticking to pearl and platinum pieces.
Platinum has become a very popular choice in the jewelry world. From bride wear to everyday jewelry, platinum is a great way to go! Below are some popular pieces for this spring that will go great with your white gown.
Diamond-White Gown: This barely off-white color works with gold, silver, rose gold, and platinum.
From pendants to bezel set earrings, and of course, we can’t forget the admired rose gold metal, as a bride your best bet is to stick with chic, elegant, and classic pieces.
Ivory Gown: This candlelight shade is soft, and slightly off white, with some versions even have yellow undertones. Adorn yourself with gold jewelry to highlight the creamy tint of the fabric.
Ivory gowns seem to be this spring’s pick! Along with the gown, you can find gold jewelry like the ones featured below that can also be worn after your special day.
Don’t forget about your décolletage.
Pairing the cut of your dress with the proper adornment can add character to your wedding gown, or even highlight a unique feature.
Sweetheart, Strapless, V-neck:
Normally, when a bride’s gown is strapless or has a plunging neckline, we see it being paired with a dramatic necklace that becomes the main focus of your outfit. While this is perfectly fine, you may want to take a different approach and skip the necklace. You can focus dangling earrings, especially if you’re planning on having an up-do.
We’re taking a break from the over the top chandelier earrings this year. This spring, you’ll find dramatic yet subtle dangling earrings like the ones below.
If you are choosing to wear a necklace, spice it up with a hint of color by using a meaningful gem like your birthstone, or by matching it to the flowers in your bouquet.
Nothing says spring like bright colors and bride’s are stepping out of the traditional white diamond and adding a pop of color with bright lively diamonds.
Stay Simple. If you rather keep it simple and elegant, chose a chic pendant that you can wear after the wedding too!
Simple and classic is always in, whether it’s spring or not.
The most important thing about picking the perfect pieces for your wedding gown is that they are a reflection of you. If you’re not comfortable with wearing something dramatic or too simple, go with your gut! You should love the way you look and be as comfortable as your nerves will let on your big day!