Post # 32
Under a hundred! (but I didn’t think to count my veil, which was $100)
white gold heart bracelet – previous xmas gift from Fiance
earrings/necklace set – $20
wedding shoes – $50
might buy a clutch to match the shoes, but it wouldn’t spend more than $25
Post # 33
$165 on a custom necklace (it makes a statement)
$95 on a set of rhinestone hair combs
$35 on a rhinestone bracelet
$!5 on rhinestone stud earrings
Post # 34
Forgot shoes…$90. I am not wearing a veil
Post # 35
I bought a gorgeous rhinestone necklace, matching earings and bracelet for under $30 at ardene’s.
Post # 36
So far all I’ve purchased were my shoes for $50. I am super lucky and am having all my jewelry custom made for me by a friend of the family who own a jewelry business. She is making my earrings, bracelet and a jeweled sash for my dress. So excited! I will be getting a veil at some point as well, but I have a $100 credit to use at the salon my dress is from, so I will just pick something out from there.
Post # 37
here is my bridal bling break down:
hair fascinator: $75
shoe clips: $50
awesome feather/rhinestone clutch: $88
Post # 38
I think I’m going to end up making a bunch of my jewelry, but not sure yet. I’ll probably blow some cash on my shoes, and have decided to forego the birdcage veil in favor of a full-blown veil with blusher. Maybe. ha
Post # 39
It depends on whether or not you count shoes…
I bought my earrings for $30 on Etsy, my necklace is one that I’m borrowing from my sister, I haven’t bought my bracelet yet but it will probably be under $50. So that would put me under $100.
BUT I bought Bagdley Mischka shoes for $180 and then I bought some yellow wedges for $68 dollars and I’m still not sure which ones I’ll be wearing!
Post # 40
I got my necklace, earrings, and hairpin for $75 on etsy, which I thought was a great deal. BUT my shoes were $225.. so that puts me up to $300 for accessories.
Post # 41
I really lucked out here.
Earrings: Gave to me by Fiance our first Christmas together
Necklace: Borrowed from my sister’s wedding jewelry
Headband: $40 from Wedding Factory Direct
Bracelet: $9.50 from Claire’s
Post # 42
And if we’re counting Veils and Shoes:
Veil: Also Borrowed from my sister
Shoes: $8 on clearance from Sears (white heeled sandals w/ some bling) and $20 from Kohl’s (blue flats with sequens).
Post # 43
I got my earrings and bracelet from Kohl’s during the holiday season (rhinestones) and my hair barette from Etsy (which was less than half of what I almost paid at the local mall store). I am getting my veil from Etsy too and my shoes were on sale at Macy’s for the wedding and my reception shoes were on sale on-line at Nordstrom. My one accessory splurge was my tulle bolero from Pronovias, my strapless gown is from them and I had to have the bolero after I saw it on line – it’s gorgeous!!!
Post # 44
- Wedding: March 2012 - Pelican Grand Beach Resort
My earrings should’ve been $100, but I dounf them on clearance after I fell in love with them–that luck!–for $30. My stacked bracelet was $80. I also fell in love with a neckalce by Kate Spade for $185 that I had to wear to my rehearsal. Had to. Silly, sure. But that’s the way it is.
Post # 45
I really didn’t spend much, unless you count the wedding band and veil!
I wore earrings I already had. My something borrowed was my MILs pendant that I wore on a chain from one of my necklaces. I bought some hair accessories.
My dress had a belt, crystals and lace. I kept the bling to a minimum.
Post # 46
MB Heels $795…and yess they are a lifetime investment meant to be worn on MANY occasions after wedding lol
YSL silver clutch $595 (definitely being used after wedding for life!)