ELISABETH NEWTON PEARLS
Jewelry for your wedding can be daunting – there is lots to think about and an overwhelming number of decisions to balance. Here are a couple things I always advise my brides to noodle when picking out their wedding jewelry:
Always start with the dress: the cut of the neckline, where the straps fall and any adornment along the bodice. Jewelry for yourself and/or your bridesmaids should complement the dress, not compete with it.
Size matters. Consider the size of yours and your wedding party’s bouquets. A single flower or long stem bouquet looks best paired a shorter necklace rather than a longer one. Carrying a petite nosegay? A large statement necklace can look disproportionate with the delicacy and size of a smaller bouquet.
Need a helping hand? I offer bridal jewelry consultations and advice: visit www.elisabethnewton.com or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to chat further!
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