Bridal Jewelry

Bridal Jewelry For Your Special Day

Few days are more special to any person than their wedding day. In our culture, the attention is deservedly focused on the bride, that radiant beauty about to be wed to the man she loves. Whether she's you or the lady you love, the bride deserves to have every little feature perfect on her day of days -- so when you're shopping for that gown and veil, don't forget about the bridal jewelry. The appropriate accessories will make her look even more ethereal than ever.

Historically, brides and grooms both have made a point of dressing in their very best when getting hitched. This has, in some cases, resulted in some rather gaudy extravaganzas. These days, things are a bit more understated, with the emphasis on the fact that elegance = simplicity. Modern bridal jewelry is generally limited to tasteful necklaces and earrings. Of course there's that biggest item of bridal jewelry, her wedding ring, but that belongs in a category of its own. In this article, we'll talk about everything else on the bridal jewelry front.

Upfront glamour

Because all eyes will be on the bride, her jewelry will be a primary focus -- second only to her gown. Tasteful pearls, both at ear and throat, are a can't-miss option. Otherwise, from a necklace perspective almost anything tasteful will do, though jewels will, of course, garner the most attention. Necklaces are particular important if the bride is wearing a strapless gown; a bare neck in such a situation would seem odd. The situation is a somewhat less flexible when it comes to earrings. Dangly earrings might attract a bit too much attention, and for the wrong reasons. Small earrings limited to the earlobe, such as pearls are diamond studs, are ideal. Whatever the bridge wears on her ears, she should her hair up so that her taste will be obvious.

And what about a tiara?

While tiaras are quite beautiful and always elegant, and in fact will set off any bride's features in a flattering manner, officially they're items of apparel -- a kind of headdress, if you will. This does not mean, however, that a tiara can't serve as a form of bridal jewelry nonetheless. Indeed, the loveliest tiaras are those set with gemstones; diamonds are a favorite. Imagine how the bride will sparkle as she strides down the aisle in a jeweled tiara, a gem set among gems! She'll feel like a princess, on the one day she deserves to the most.

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