Don't break the bank with your jewelry purchase. Settle for what is most reasonable with your income.
Choose jewelry that you really like and let it be a reflection of your personality.
Don't overwhelm your gown with too much or disproportionate jewelry.
Focus on the neckline of your gown. Especially v- necks ask for a necklace. For a wedding gown with a deep neckline, jewelry with large pendants will look great. If your gown has a closed
neck in the front, then you can add beauty to it with dangler earrings.
Decide well in advance on your hairdo. Longer earrings go well with short hair updos. Studs complement longer tresses.
With modern brides marrying in colors other than whites, you could consider color diamond jewelry that matches. Even with white, the contrast made by gemstones or gemstone and diamond jewelry
is very appealing.
Almost all diamond or pearl jewelry goes very well as wedding jewelry.
Now that you have a quick overview of main ideas to bear in mind when buying bridal jewelry, take your time choosing bridal jewelry. This is one time in your life when you are the cynosure, and you don't want to
ruin that with wrong choices. Select jewelry that can be worn with other
dresses also after the wedding.
These are now available at affordable prices, depending upon the features of a particular gemstone. Emeralds, for instance, used to be reserved for royalty in the days gone by. Or sapphires for that matter
were the especial romance of the British Crown. That is now history, as
advanced technology and rapid globalization make such rare gems
available to those who respond to the call of colors to their hearts.
Then, there is the trend of birthstone jewelry. Depending upon the month
of birth, you could choose a ring, earrings or pendant with her