Jewelry is one of the most popular items people wear to show elegance. We have some great jewelers that are ready to provide you with quality. Tell them the Bridal Quince Guide and / or the Couples & Family Guide sent you!
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If you’re after something with more of a vintage feel, or you’d just like to wear something with a little sentiment, the best place to search is your family’s jewelry boxes (with permission, of course!). Does your Grandmother have a gorgeous string of pearls that she’ll lend you? Not only will this family heirloom have real meaning as you rock it during the ceremony (something old, people!), but it’s completely free and ripe for the taking.
Rather than turn up to your wedding or quince dripping with diamonds, go with jewelry combinations that you’re comfortable with. Unlike your dress, you can get more than one use out of your gems, so pick the kind of jewelry you could see yourself wearing time and time again.
Your jewelry should express your personality, but it should also complement your dress. Less is usually more – you want to look natural and not cluttered with gems. For example, don’t pair a heavily decorated wedding dress with a necklace, because it’ll look far too busy.
Short-sleeved dresses should include a bracelet and halternecks should focus on the hair accessories. Sweetheart or strapless dresses work best with chandelier earrings and v-necks need something to adorn their neckline, such as a pendant or a choker. Really, you only need to think about one focal piece of jewelry; whatever you do, don’t choose one of every accessory as your w-day ensemble will look more disheveled than debonair.