What Jewellery Will Look Good With My Wedding Gown?
Ok, so you have the perfect man, the perfect dress and the perfect future all mapped out but you still have no jewellery to accentuate and compliment your wedding gown. Your photographs and memories will be ones which will last a lifetime for you and yours so you want to leave a positive lasting impression!
Usually we have no problem whatsoever in picking out pretty necklaces and earrings to go with our every day lives but a wedding day is so very different.
If you are a classic kind of girl then you can never go wrong with a beautiful diamond or cubic zirconia pair of simple yet elegant solitaire earrings, a solitaire pendant and perhaps a tennis bracelet made with the same stones.
If you are wearing a simple gown then you can afford to go a bit wilder with your jewellery and can even wear stones which correspond with your colour scheme.
The colour of your gown as well as its style along with your own personal style have a lot of bearing on which jewellery will look best on your wedding day. Oh and don’t forget to find some jewellery which will compliment your going away outfit too!
If you are wearing a traditional white dress then the best choices for you to work with are pearls, silver and platinum tones.
Those of you have picked out a beautiful ivory dress will find that gold tones jewellery will compliment the yellowish tones in the ivory.
You can afford to go to town with regards to your jewellery material choice if you have chosen an off white “diamond” coloured gown!
If you are wearing a simple dress then you will look beautiful with an up do and with sparkling and pearlised hair ornaments or a tiara in your hair.
If your dress is ornate then you need to keep your jewellery simple. You don’t want too much going on to detract from your own natural beauty!
For ladies who are wearing low cut dresses, don’t wear a long necklace with this or it will look untidy. A chain which stops a little under your actual neck will suit you. Perhaps something a little sparkly but which does not draw too much attention to your décolletage area.
A lot of the matching of your wedding jewellery to your dress is common sense. Also it is a whole lot of fun! Take your girlfriends along and have fun! Otherwise you could look online as the internet is a rich source of wedding jewellery ideas and there are some lovely little independent designers who will even make you bespoke items to your own designs.
Whatever you do, enjoy the experience and don’t buy in haste!