So, your venue is booked, your invites are sent, your dress is purchased, and now comes the task of choosing the little details that complete your whole look – your bridal jewelry! I kept my entire bridal look extremely classic, but I wanted a few modern details that would make the look pop. The dress itself was formal during the ceremony with a high neck, but I removed the capelet for the reception to reveal a fun off-shoulder look. I loved the transformation from the ceremony to reception. I also wore different jewelry throughout the day, starting with fun rose gold accents by Folli Follie.
I chose pretty convertible earrings which I wore as simple studs for the ceremony but could also be worn as drop earrings (perfect for switching quickly for the party), a stunning statement ring, and simple rhinestone bangle that were all rose-gold toned. It was such a subtle hint of color that was just perfectly noticeable.
When you’re choosing your accessories for your wedding, you definitely want to keep things simple in order to let you and the dress shine, but your jewelry can also be a subtle way to add in some of your personal style. It also allows you to mix in a few trendier bits, because they’ll be fun to wear but won’t be overpowering in photos when you’re reminiscing years down the line, just in case they’re no longer in style (though you can’t go wrong with shimmery rose gold!).
Depending on the color scheme of your wedding, the tone of your metals can be fun to play with as well. Since our theme was very warm and autumnal, I wanted to add in the rose gold to my look, which is much warmer than silver but is a little more unexpected than traditional yellow gold. I loved the statement ring which crawled up my finger and glimmered in photos, but was also subtle enough to fade a bit into the background. What do you guys think? What kind of jewelry did you wear to your wedding? Comment below!