It’s easy to get carried away with your wedding budget because you want everything to be perfect. But, your wedding jewellery doesn’t need to eat away at your bank balance – there are so many options and solutions for accessories on a budget.
Choose wedding jewellery that you like:
Rather than turning up to your ceremony dripping in diamonds, go with jewellery combinations that you’re comfortable with. Unlike your dress, you can get more than one use out of your wedding jewels so pick the kind of jewellery you can see yourself wearing again. Your wedding rings will be kept forever so choose wisely.
Match your wedding jewellery to your dress:
Your wedding jewellery should express you and your personality, but it should also compliment your dress. Less is more - you want to look natural. Don’t pair a heavily decorated wedding dress with a necklace, because it’ll look far too busy. Short-sleeves and halternecks can focus on bracelets and hairpieces. Sweetheart or strapless dresses work best with chandelier earrings, v-necks go well with neck-pieces like pendants or chokers. Really, you only need to think about one focal piece of jewellery. Whatever you do, don’t choose one of every accessory as your wedding ensemble will look more disheveled than debonair.
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