When it comes to your big day, you wouldn’t want to compromise on anything that is a part of this big day. From decor to jewellery, to even your troupe’s attire you want it to be perfect to the T. Sometimes we even go an extra mile by trying to be different and consequently the best by breaking the so-called "rules." However, that doesn't mean there aren't still tried-and-true tips to bend the rules, even if it is for your wedding day jewelry. So helping you make simpler decisions with a little guidance from one of Melbourne’s best wedding dress designers to accessorizing your couture bridal gown, read on below.
Find the metal that your dress will say “I do” to
Each shade of white will have its own grace and beauty. And deciding to pair it with so many options like gold, silver, imitation, can be quite the challenge, let alone frustrating. So if you find yourself confused, here’s a mini guide to allowing your dress choose the type of jewellery you wear.
White: This classic hue will look best when paired with pretty platinum or silver pieces.
Ivory: Yellows or gold jewelry will best enhance this creamy shade.
Champagne: Even this colour will go best with gold jewelry complementing the warm tones in this very light & beige shade. If you're planning to put together an antique-inspired look, burnished silver with rhinestones would add an extra charm to your D-day dress.
Pearly white: Try rose. The pink cast in the metal will coordinate with the soft pink of the dress.
Add a touch of your Personal Style
Just because you are not a fan of chunky jewellery doesn’t mean you should completely let go of the idea of wearing it. Try to create a list of the various pieces that would look good on you with the right material and gown. This would give you a much clearer idea of how particular pieces would look with your dream dress.
Don’t forget about your neckline
The neckline of your dress will play a huge role in framing your fairytale wedding look. So you’ll want to keep that in mind when picking out your dresses to compliment your look accordingly.
Don’t forget your hair
You may not be a big fan of wearing a tiara on your wedding day, but there is no harm if you do. Nevertheless, there are many fascinating options in hair accessories, like combs and head pieces that can make you look very pretty. Whether you tie your hair up or leave it down, you should consider decorating it with a headpiece that matches your dress and adds more impact to your overall look on the day.
At the end of the day, the most important thing when selecting jewellery for your wedding day look is to be comfortable, confident and happy with your selection.
Don’t feel pressured to over-do it or hold back if you’re looking to make a statement. If you’re happy in your accessories and you're ready to wear wedding dresses, you’ll feel confident and that’s the best accessory. After all, it’s your special day.