Your wedding jewelry should complement your dress, your personality and your event. Here are a few points to consider when buying wedding jewelry.
- Mix borrowed and new – Avoid wearing matching pieces as this will look boring. To create interest, mix and match jewelry but stay within the general shape, era, and tone of your pieces.
- Avoid wearing a necklace with asymmetrical gown – If your dress is one shoulder, your dress is already making a statement. Adding a necklace to this look will unbalance your dress. Instead, invest in a nice pair of earrings and a bold cuff.
- Bring your headpiece when trying on earrings – If you are wearing a headpiece bring it along when selecting earrings.
- Avoid wearing a watch – Close up shots with a watch will look less elegant. Instead, choose a pretty bracelet.
- Don’t mix finishes – When choosing your wedding ring, select one that is shiny if you want a classic or modern look and antique for a rustic or vintage wedding.
- Give yourself enough time – Look at selecting your jewelry at least three months in advance to ensure you receive it on time, and you can wear it when fitting on your dress.
- Personal style – Wedding jewelry is not Therefore you should love the jewelry you buy for your wedding and be able to wear it for a lifetime.
Quality – Spending on quality pieces that will not get tarnished or come loose is a sensible decision.