The first thing to remember when choosing your wedding day jewelry is less is more. A bride should never be outdone by her jewelry. It should simply compliment her and the dress. Therefore, when choosing which precious metals to adorn, see what highlights your dress. For a white gown, gold embellishments may clash with the bright white hue, try pearl and/or platinum. A barely off-white gown can go with almost anything. It works with silver, gold, rose gold, and pearl to name a few. And finally, for those soft ivory gowns try gold jewelry, as it will highlight the creamy or yellow undertones of the dress.
As a must to remember with all things, jewelry being no exception, your wedding day style should be a reflection of you. If you don't feel comfortable wearing a certain piece of jewelry, don't wear it. If instead of huge chandelier earrings, you love studs...wear studs. Not into diamond chokers. Opt for a long string of pearls. When you are comfortable in all your bling, then your wedding day style is sure to shine!
Jewelry from JoBead & Sarah Deangelo - available at Miss Ruby!