How To Choose The Best Bridal Jewellery For Your Wedding Dress?
Every sensational bride deserves to have an equally show-stopping bridal ensemble and choosing the right bridal jewellery for your wedding dress can elevate your look to the next level.
We at Outhouse have come up with a few tips to help you while selecting bridal jewellery so that you feel your absolute best on your special day. Read on to learn what you need to think about when selecting your wedding jewellery and how to pick the ideal accessories for your big day.
Jewellery for Different Wedding Dress Necklines
Finding the right necklace for your wedding dress can be difficult since all necklaces don't suit every neckline. You want to pick jewellery that beautifully enhances your décolletage without overlapping your dress, and at the same time adding just the perfect amount of bling to accentuate your look.
1) Strapless Necklines:
Strapless dresses leave quite a large space between your dress and face which can make your collarbone look bare. The trick here is to use a neck piece that will seamlessly cover your exposed décolletage, and a choker or a short necklace will do just that.
Alternatively, if your dress happens to have a lot of intricate details or embellishments, you can skip the necklace and instead go for dramatic statement earrings that will draw eyes up to the face. Pair this with a dainty bracelet for an ethereal look.
2) Sweetheart Necklines:
When it comes to sweetheart necklines, opting for an elegant pendant or a dainty drop necklace will complement the dip in your neckline and match your dress’s soft , romantic aesthetic.
3) Halter Necklines or High Necklines:
Styling a halter style dress can be tricky as their high necklines don’t leave much room for a necklace. In order to draw back attention to your face, draw your hair up with a beautiful head harness. You could also add just the right amount of bling with some mesmerising drop earrings or long danglers.
4) V Shaped Necklines:
If your dress has a V-neck, a minimalistic teardrop pendant will not only accentuate the curves of your gown but it will also echo the shape of your neckline by giving the illusion of a lengthier torso. If you’re planning on having your necklace as your statement piece, keep your earrings and your bracelet subdued and dainty. A simple yet timeless pearl necklace could also elevate your ensemble and add a sense of elegance to your look.
Jewellery for The Colour of Your Wedding Dress
Lastly, remember that choosing bridal jewellery that truly compliments you on your big day is of utmost importance for your comfort and happiness. Everything from your wedding dress to your bridal trousseau should complement your unique personality so you feel true to yourself. Looking your best will help you feel comfortable and at ease on such a momentous occasion so you can truly enjoy the day wholeheartedly.
Each piece from the Outhouse bridal collection is expertly handcrafted and made with utmost care and attention to detail. They come in a plethora of unique designs that will surely make your wedding day even more spectacular and memorable. These pieces will be cherished for a lifetime and will always bring back fond memories of your big day, so don't forget to have fun.
Frequently Asked Questions
What jewellery to buy for the bride?
The most important thing to keep in mind while buying jewellery for the bride is that the pieces represent the bride’s unique personality and echoes her tastes and preferences. Selecting pieces that will complement her wedding dress is sure to make her feel beautiful and comfortable on her big day.
How to match jewellery with wedding dress?
In order to match your jewellery with your wedding dress, you can opt for pieces that elevate the bridal ensemble by matching your metals with the undertone colours of your wedding dress. There are some classic and well liked combinations mentioned in the article above that will give you a better idea. Another way to match your jewellery is to consider the neckline of your dress for a more seamless and enchanting look.