When it comes to wedding jewelry, opulent is in. In the past, brides chose a single diamond solitaire for their neck. Now, necklaces match their tiaras, which match their earrings. Here are some tips on choosing special wedding jewelry and accessories for the wedding day.
1. Necklace Sets
GlamForLess offers brides many three-strand chokers as well as necklaces with brooches attached that can be worn separately long after the wedding. Oversized jewelry, she said, definitely makes a statement. And sometimes faux can be fantastic for the bride - faux pearls, crystals and rhinestones. For bridesmaids, necklace sets with jewels, pearls and crystals are trendy. Invisible-wire necklaces with beads and other decorations that drape the neck are quite elegant and cost- efficient. You also can bedazzle your bridesmaids with our wedding jewelry collection consisting of rhinestone and pearl jewelry sets. We include Swarovski crystal, pearls, sterling silver, Czech glass and semiprecious stones in our creations. Tip: You want to choose a necklace that will enhance the neckline, but never take away from the bride's face or dress. Necklaces should complement the dress first, and combine nicely with cleavage and neckline. Choose a piece that is not too chunky or overpowering, as some dresses are heavily embellished already (with beadwork or crystals). Choose a necklace or earrings that frame the face and will enhance your face's features.
2. Wedding Tiaras
Brides have a lot of options in hair jewelry, too. Hair accessories such as tiaras are important when it comes to the wedding day outfit. Bridal tiaras are great for later, too - some are made so brides can wear them again as a necklace. GlamForLess offers a great selection of handcrafted faux diamond tiaras. Check out jeweled combs and
clips, flowers made from crystals, and sparkling ponytail holders and
tiaras made from pearls and rhinestones.
"Pearls are still traditional and very popular. We are seeing them show up in pearl drops, antique pieces, such as a classic filigree design. Pearls are always a mainstay; a scarf of pearls can hang down the back of the neck.
4. Chandelier Earrings
If you go with diamonds - or diamond-looks - consider antique- style chandelier earrings. Don't overdo jewelry, though. Sometimes the right earrings don't need a necklace. It is always important to note that the right jewelry will accent what a bride is wearing, but you don't want to overpower the dress. The right wedding jewelry often depends on a bride's dress style, hairstyle, hair color and skin tone. Stiletto drop earrings look great, if the bride's hair is up.
Best tip: "Relax. Remember, every bride is beautiful."
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