Just remember the first rule in wedding jewelry: Don’t overdo it. It’s tempting to load up on baubles and bling, but you don’t want all those precious metals to outshine you on the big day. Follow these simple steps and you’ll look drop dead gorgeous without looking like you’ve raided the queen’s closet.
1.Match your Metals to your dress color.
White Gown: Gold embellishments may clash with this bright white hue. We suggest sticking to pearl, silver or platinum jewellery.
Diamond-white Gown: This barely off-white color works with gold and silver (and rose gold, and pearl — you get the idea).
Ivory Gown: This candlelight shade is a soft, light white, and some versions even have yellow undertones. Adorn yourself with gold jewelry to highlight the creamy tint of the fabric.
For the Hindu Bride:
Bridal lehengas are traditionally red in many states, with blue or green accents as well as gold embroidery. For Red or other dark shades of Bridal Lehenga, pair it up with Gold Jewellery to get the best of the color. South Indian Bridal Jewellery includes Temple Jewellery, Polki Necklace Sets.
For Gold Zari Embroidery go for Golden Necklace Sets and match the stones with the Sari Color.
Or you can go a simple and bold colored golden necklace like this.
For a bridal lehengha, with light shades of white, or light color shades go for Jewellery in Kundan, Jadau work or the royal rani look necklaces. Make sure to use royal rani look necklaces with utmost care for your costume. When your costume is heavy keep necklace and earrings simple.
Do incorporate color into jewelry.
It was shades of pink, now it’s passionate red. Or is it Tangerine Tango? Whatever your color scheme, incorporate matching or complimentary hues into your jewelry. If you’re walking the aisle in white, but want to add some pizzazz, try fun jewel-toned earrings. Or, gift your bridesmaids colorful pieces that can be worn in everyday life too.
Sweetheart or Strapless with V neck.
For something a little different, skip the necklace, and focus on some great chandelier earrings instead. Wear clear crystal for a sleek look, or punch it up with a hint of color. Try using a meaningful gem like your birthstone, or pick a color from the flowers in your bridal boquet (but not from the embellishments on your gown — you don’t want to match too much). If you’re going for a flirty, fresh look, include two or three small fresh or silk flowers in your hair to add a soft, organic feel. Vintage elegance more your style? Pay homage to the past with a great Art Deco-style bracelet or some roaring ’20s-inspired feather barrettes.
Skip the necklace, choose for a classic elite earrings in Silver.
Whether you wear your hair in a sleek bun or loose ponytail, dressing up your tresses is a great way to accessorize a halter gown. Headbands are a great way to add panache to your wedding updo. But if headbands aren’t quite your style, try adding some sparkle to your hair with intricate crystal hairpins. If you’ve got a curly mane, five to seven hairpins is just right, while brides with thinner locks (or short hair) will get the same shine with two or three pins.
The most important thing about picking the perfect trinkets for your wedding gown is that they are a reflection of you. If you’re not comfy wearing big chandelier earrings, stick to studs. Love the way you look in a lariat necklace? Go for it! If you’re comfortable in all your accessories, your wedding day ensemble is guaranteed to dazzle.
Your Jewellery is a reflection of your personality. Choose them wisely. Also, don’t forget to flaunt the priceless ornament on your D – day, your smile is your priceless possession.