Engagement Rings Sydney - Divine & Elegant Wedding Jewellery
Posted: Mar 24, 2016
When it comes to selecting your own wedding day adornments, it’s important to choose pieces that reflect not just your bridal style, but your personal style too. Despite the wedding budget, the colour and the dress design are not allowed to underestimate the power of the wedding jewellery. If the dress makes the wedding, than the jewellery makes the dress. This sentence is a reminder to go for something that will not overpower your gown; you want your jewellery to play a supporting role without taking the centre place. The dress is important, but the jewellery will make you glow on the first day of the rest of your life. Jewellery will enhance your appearance and can express your style in a cohesive way. Your entire appearance depends on a number of factors, but the jewellery mix and shape will make everything look better and completely different.
It seems obvious that every wedding should have a touch of elegance and glamour. At the beginning you need to think about the colour of your wedding jewellery, to stock all the gorgeous pieces that will complement each other on the wedding day. Traditional tones like white, cream or ivory can be harmonized with gold pieces and silver details. Cream is extremely flattering and works with any gown trend and any colour of dress. For some brides the sparkle of the jewellery is more important so they are buying accessories first in a neutral colour scheme long before they purchase the dress.
Alternatively, many brides start with the proportion of their faces and the skin tone, to complement their natural beauty with the effortless elegance of the jewellery. The final goal is to enhance your look, with a glamorous and luxurious piece. A watch is something that brides never wear. If you want to select a fabulous finish for your bridal jewellery choose a sparkling bracelet instead. The ring is the most important part of the entire bridal look. You can go for a shiny classic and modern, antique or even rustic and vintage; whatever keeps the balance with your dress.
Brides often get given jewellery by family members and they need to find other accessories to match with– this can be extremely difficult. One of the most important things to remember about your wedding jewellery is to not over-accessorize. Sometimes less is more. Choose one part of your body to accentuate with a large piece, and balance the rest with small details. You are always safe with diamond earrings and gentle bracelet. A few carefully chosen pieces will have a far more positive impact and ensure that you are still fabulous with the right amount of sparkle and glamour.
The selection of the jewellery should be made minimum two months before the big day so you can have plenty of time to make any necessary changes if you suspect your final look. Bridal jewellery that is trendy and gives you the feeling of your own skin can be worn in everyday life too. If your style is minimalistic it is quite OK to choose contemporary pieces like wedding rings Sydney and wear it again and maybe even pass them on to your children someday.