You’ve stated sure about the gown; now all you want are the proper rings portions to finish the look. Our work doesn’t stop with the engagement ring; we want to make sure you’re perfectly styled on your wedding day. We know you’re busy with wedding planning, so we’ve compiled a list of five Wedding Jewelry ideas for brides to make things a little easier for you. So, when there’s a chance to spend a little less money without sacrificing quality, it’s worth investigating further. Enter affordable bridal jewelry, a simple way to stay on budget while looking stylish and polished.
Discover inexpensive necklaces, earrings, and bracelets that complement a wide range of bridal aesthetics ahead. These bridal jewelry pieces are sure to be the icing on the cake, from show-stopping earrings that will frame your face and look stunning with your updo to a delicate detail that will serve up “something blue.”
On your wedding day, statement Earrings In Houston are always a lovely way to frame your face. Eye-catching earrings can be the perfect finishing touch, especially if you’re wearing your hair up, as many brides do. If you prefer architectural jewelry, why change your style just because it’s your wedding? For the minimalist bride, these sculptural gold earrings are simple and stylish.
A necklace to match your neckline
When selecting bridal jewelry, keep your gown in mind so that you can select pieces that complement it. This is especially important in the case of the necklace. Try on jewelry while wearing a neckline in a similar cut to your dress (or the actual dress, if possible) to ensure that the length, shape, and detailing of the necklace are flattering. The simple topaz baguette pendant dangles beautifully from its simple gold chain; an ideal choice for the bride who wants a piece of jewelry but not too much.
A fresh take on pearls
Pearls will always be a classic, and your wedding day is the ideal occasion to wear something a little more traditional. Having said that, we adore a more contemporary take on pearls with an unexpected silhouette. These modern takes on the classic strand will give your heirloom pearls a pop of color. Consider it a seamless blend of the old and the new.
Consider this simple bracelet from Please Repeat if the jewelry isn’t usually your thing but you want to add a touch of gold. Nicole adores a well-chosen bracelet stack for the bride on her wedding day. These delicate diamond-encrusted numbers look lovelily stacked, adding extra glitz without drawing attention away from the stunning bride.
Make an eye-catching pendant the focal point of your deep V neckline–or, for a more fashion-forward look, wear this piece backward to highlight the look of a plunging, open back.
Sharp column gowns and minimal silhouettes look best with edgy accessories like bold gold cuffs or dainty links that feel modern yet timeless.
While something blue is always a must-have bridal accessory, green baubles complement most eye colors as well as gowns ranging from traditional to ultra-sleek.
Pendants look great with deco sheaths and plunging necklines, but uber-luxe chokers and collars look great with everything from strapless to athletic crew necks to deep cut V’s.
Something that is blue
Why not include “something blue” in your wedding jewelry? These dainty pieces will be staples in your jewelry collection for years after you say “I do” and will add a subtle touch of blue to your big day.
Over the Moon
Moonstones (and opals) pick up on subtle color variations in soft-colored gowns–from blush to champagne to platinum grey–and feel a little more contemporary than classic diamonds.
Fine jewels with a tough side, such as black diamonds, dagger finishes, and edgy motifs, are ideal for the bride seeking a fashion moment rather than a fairy tale feel.
In the Raw
Diamond slices, mother of pearl, rutilated quartz, and raw stones are undeniably boho, but their fine nature makes them suitable for a more formal approach to dressing for a beach, desert, or woodland wedding.
Lady in Red
The rare intense purplish-red diamond known as the “Lady in Red” was discovered in the Argyle diamond mines of Western Australia in 2006. The intense purplish-red color is typical of the rare red diamonds produced in these mines, and the name appears to reflect this distinct color.
The “Lady in Red” diamond weighs 0.54 carats and is a fancy intense purplish-red round brilliant-cut diamond with an I-1 clarity grade (imperfect eye-visible inclusions-1). The diamond has a diameter of 5.13 mm.