Tips To Choose Your Wedding Jewelry

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Congratulations – you did it! That’s what you found. (Not your soulmate – your wedding dress.) Now it’s time to accessorize. While choosing your wedding jewelry may seem just as intimidating, it doesn’t have to be. “Jewelry and accessories make a dress a bride,” says bridal stylist Lauren Hartman. “They really give it that personal touch.”

Of course, this means that you don’t have to completely reinvent the wheel when it comes to completing your set. Trust your instincts, choose what you like, and follow some of Hartman’s best style tips, and you’ll have a wedding day look you’ll remember for years to come.

Wedding Jewelry Tips

Find your comfort zone – then push it.

Although it may not be every day that you wear a wedding dress, you are probably a little more familiar with jewelry. You know what works and how to feel most confident, although this is a reference for your wedding look. “If you never wear earrings, don’t use the wedding day as the first time you take out an earring,” Hartman says.

Instead, write down the rooms where you feel most comfortable and increase them by a notch. Never leave the house without a bolt? Find a more formal version with several stones. Do you like a good stack of sweets for the arms? Overlay two shiny bracelets of the same style.

Another approach: think about the outfits that you have worn and loved for other formal occasions — such as other people’s weddings — and choose jewelry from the same direction.

Don’t worry about the perfect match with your rings.

Your engagement ring and wedding ring are meant to be worn every day of your wedding, so they should already reflect the personal style you want to emulate in the rest of your wedding jewelry. That is, things do not have to fit together perfectly.

(For example, if you have an emerald engagement ring, this does not mean that you need to wear emerald diamond earrings.) The metals do not have to fit together perfectly. “If your engagement ring is platinum, that doesn’t mean you can’t add gold to your look on your wedding day,” Hartman says.

“Just be intentional in your decisions.”

Sentimental pieces integrated from the beginning.

While jewelry is a great way to work into “something borrowed,” the last thing you want is for your favorite aunt’s beads or bracelets to feel like an afterthought. If there’s a particular piece you know you want to wear, Hartman suggests bringing it with you when you buy clothes — that way there’s no risk it won’t fit.

Prefer personal style over Pinterest trends.

The world of marriage is certainly not immune to tendencies, and there is no shame in embracing those who really talk to you. (In fact, it’s half the fun! That is, don’t chase after a look that doesn’t suit you just because it’s all over social media.

“The trends will come and go, but your wedding photos will last forever,” Hartman says. “It’s more important to make decisions based on personal style and sentimental reasons — that way you can look back and say, “These pieces really meant something to me,” rather than “I saw someone on Pinterest wearing this, so I wore it too.’”

Understand that mom may not always know the best.

Different generations have different ideas of what to dress for their wedding day should look like. For mom, being formal can automatically mean putting on a necklace, but these days, Hartman says, it all depends on the statement earring. (And, she adds, the décolleté is “such a beautiful place on a woman’s body, you don’t necessarily have to embellish it anymore.”) All this to say: don’t feel compelled to buy a piece just because someone else thinks you should wear one.

Combine your necklace with your décolleté.

If you are going to wear a necklace, Hartman says that the general rule is to choose one that follows the neckline of your dress. V-collars work best with a pendant; statement necklaces and necklaces go better with strapless and amorous décolletés. Regardless of the neckline, the collar should rest on your skin, not on the dress, if there is skin.

Don’t be afraid to mix your metals.

Browse a little on the Internet and you might read that some jewelry metals go with certain shades of dress: platinum and silver for pure white; yellow gold for ivory and champagne; rosé gold for blush. However, Hartman does not quite agree.

“I love to blush with a beautiful platinum, and a real white with a real gold – that’s such a statement,” she says. While some metallic tones and colors are action each other, put aside the “rules” and trust your eye to tell you what works.

Leave your veil in the spotlight.

“You have to have a focal point,” Hartman says. “If your dress is the cake, choose one thing to be the icing.”If this thing is going to be a veil with appliques or a lot of texture or embellishment, play with your jewelry a little easier.

Know that you can always change things.

The jewelry you wear for your ceremony doesn’t have to be the jewelry you wear for the rest of the wedding. If this statement veil prevents you from wearing statement earrings, switch to sparklers for the reception. If your long-sleeved bolero or top prevents you from wearing bracelets, fill your arms with bracelets when you take them off. Although you can also make a brand new dress in the second look for the reception, a change of accessories is a more affordable approach that will always have the desired effect.

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