Post # 16
Excellent point about it matching to the dress! I’m wearing the Mikaella style 2112. I attached pictures here. I’m thinking a floating pearl necklace and a bracelet. Unfortunately I’m allergic to earrings and clip ons are so painful so that’s out, but I’m also thinking a flower comb in my hair.
Post # 17
ktrv927 : Oh and I forgot to say-I’m switching out the sparkly belt for a more simple pearl and rhinestone thin one.
Post # 18
I wore a necklace and earrings that my mom made for the wedding day! I also wore some sparkle in my hair. I absolutely loved wearing them!
Post # 19
i agree the dress is key in deciding jewelry but also your personality, venue, style/theme can also be considerations and of course history/sentimentality. I do caution though brides about wearing too much or too matchy, matchy. Even if it is real; if it looks like it came from a set it can then look “fake” or cheapen the look. As well, you ofthen do not wear everything or it looks to princessy ie necklace, earrings, bracelet and even more a brooch and or something in the hair.
If you insist on wearing the necklace and earrings and bracelet or your dress can handle it try to find one piece that is more complimentary rather than it look like you bought the whole collection. Ie if everything is rhinestone flowers perhaps the necklace could be simple tear drop(s) of rhinestones or whatever. I do think you should pay attention to the vibe the jewelry gives off – often clunky natural stones, lucite or thin thin chains can give off less formal vibes which is fine if that is what you want and the dress warrants it. Often a ball gown looks kind of odd with say a rustic looking necklace but to each their own.