What Jewelry To Wear On Your Big Day
With so much hustle and bustle around your wedding day, one of the last things you might be thinking about are the jewelry and accessories you’ll wear. Thankfully, there are some easy, sleek, and stunning pieces you can rock not only on your big day, but for years to come.
Although you might really love statement earrings when you’re going out with your girlfriends or on date night, they’re not really the best look for your wedding day. Large earrings could take attention away from your gorgeous hair, makeup, and even your dress. Instead, opt for something subtle. Diamond stud earrings are a great choice, as they will perfectly match your wedding gown and sparkle without taking too much focus from your bridal look as a whole.
The best part about studs? You can wear them to many different events past your wedding date. Studs are super versatile and a great staple piece to have in your jewelry box. Not to mention, they are a great gift to pass down generation over generation as a keepsake from your special day.
If you’re wearing a sleeveless dress, a great way to delicately accessorize your arms is to add a simple diamond tennis bracelet. Not only will the slim band glisten against your dress, but if you wear it on your right and, it will counterbalance your engagement ring and wedding band from your left.
Tennis bracelets, although a big fancier than stud earrings, can also be worn again in the future. It’s a wonderful accessory to rock at a black tie wedding, work function or holiday party.
Wearing a necklace to your wedding isn’t for everyone. This will really depend on the type of dress you’ve picked and the other jewelry you plan to wear. We would advise against too many pieces, as this can seem overwhelming. So, if you’re considering a diamond bracelet and necklace, we’d encourage you to just pick one.
It’s also important to keep your own dress code in mind. Although it’s your day and you can wear what you like, it might seem a bit out of place to wear a ton of diamond jewelry to a backyard ceremony. Keep your location in mind and accessorize accordingly.
Finally, you can always add more sparkle to your fingers, as they’re much smaller and more bling won’t be quite as noticeable. Since you’ll already be wearing your engagement ring, you can add another ring to your right hand. Many brides love the look of a simple white or gold ring, or you could purchase an eternity band that either matches or complements your engagement ring. After the wedding, these can be used, in addition to your wedding band, to create a ring stack.
If you’re planning a wedding, you likely already have a million things on your mind. Make your wedding day jewelry decision easy and go with a simple pair of diamond stud earrings along with a tennis bracelet, necklace or eternity band. The simplicity of all these pieces will give the perfect amount of flare without being the center of attention.