Your wedding day is a big day and it will for sure be unforgettable. That’s why everything, including your look, of course should be more than perfect. As the traditional wedding rhyme goes: A bride should have with her on her wedding day for good luck something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue, and a sixpence in your shoe. Typically brides tend to use things from their mothers or grandmothers to serve as their something old, such as jewelry. Of course, there are so many factors that should be taken into consideration when it comes to choosing the right jewelry- the environment where the wedding will take place in, the design of your wedding dress, the shape of your face, body, etc.
When choosing jewelry for your wedding dress, you should pay attention to the fabric, neckline and processing details of the wedding dress. If your wedding dress is more fluffy princess-style, a little more stylish, necklace-type jewelry is what you need. If you choose French-style wedding dress, earrings and necklaces decorated with aged diamonds will be just enough for you. Avoid looking too complex. Remember that when it comes to jewelry, less is more. For example, of your hair is down, wearing small diamond simple earrings and a gentle bracelet is more than enough. But if you are having your hair in a bun, then more flashy big earrings will be just perfect, giving you an eye-catching look. Brides with short stature or small face should stay away from shaky and big earrings. If you are using a big, shaky earring, take care not to use a necklace.