Every bride will shine on her wedding day, from her beautiful gown to her veil and expression, she is the star of the show. When it comes to adding elegant sparkle, bridal jewelry is a gorgeous way to dazzle the room. Today, there are so many amazing choices for the bride to consider beyond the perfect engagement ring and wedding band.
Accessorizing Bridal Fashion Trends with Stunning Jewelry
Wedding gowns with a high neckline do not need a necklace. Instead, this now popular bridal style would look polished with post earrings that feature an intricate design. As long as the earrings do not dangle, the concept can appear quite bold as in a pair of diamond pave stones that are prong set and round in shape. This classic diamond beauty will complement the high neck gown.
A deep “V” neck gown deserves to make a statement since this dress is in demand among many. The style can carry a necklace, earrings and bracelet as long as all three complement each other for a cohesive look. A v-shaped necklace will only magnify the beauty of the “V” neck gown, adding more sophistication to the entire image. Drop earrings will in turn, complement the face and neck, and a bracelet ties it altogether.
A vintage lace gown is another bridal trend turning heads, and this old world appeal calls for jewelry pieces that also deliver an antique vibe or feeling. Layers of crystals and pearls intertwined in design for earrings and bracelet, signify a treasured heirloom quality that copy the beautiful detailing of a lace gown.
A modern crop top, two-piece wedding gown means the bride can break a few traditional wedding no-no’s. A crop top bridal ensemble is all about the modern woman who likes just a bit of edge to her image. Big, bold chandeliers with a major cuff will speak volumes.
Breaking Tradition Okay When Deciding on Rings and Bands
The most important bridal jewelry are the engagement ring and wedding band. Although following tradition is the route most brides-to-be embark on, latest trends are showing the lady in white sometimes thinks outside the typical, ring box. Traditional diamonds remain the clear favorite, but many are also opting for colored ones like brilliant yellow or champagne diamonds. Plus, these new brides are selecting unusual cuts like emerald, marquis and pear.
Wedding bands are also being featured in an array of stunning colors like pink, black diamonds and more. Stackable eternity bands are big news now, and these beauties are worn as stand alone pieces. Some brides are wearing the engagement ring on the right hand.