Post # 1
I am planning on keeping my accessories simple and wearing a pearl bracelet and pearl stud earrings that were previously part of a long strand that belonged to my late grandmother.
All of a sudden I’m stumped, though–what wrist would you wear the bracelet on? I am leaning towards left, which as a rightie seems to be the “natural” side to wear a bracelet on, but then I worry that it would “distract” from the wedding band, even though it’s just a simple strand of pearls. Am I overthinking things?
Post # 3
Bumping for the Saturday night bees, because a frog could use a little fashion help. 😉
Post # 4
i’m going to wear it on my right, because my right hand will be facing the crowd!
Post # 5
I’m a rightie also, so my watch goes left and any bracelet I might be wearing goes right! 🙂 That’s just how I’m comfortable. Pick which one feels natural to you!
Post # 6
I am a rightie and usually wear bracelets on my left hand, however for our wedding I wore it on the right instead.
I found that apart from signing the register I didn’t use my hands much at all on the day as everyone did things for me so it didn’t feel unnatual at all even tho I don’t usually wear a bracelet on that hand.
Post # 7
- Wedding: May 2016 - Home, sweet home
I have been wondering the same thing. I first thought right because of the ring exchange, but now I think left. My engagment ring is a heart essence from Kay’s and won’t work with my band so I am going to move it to my right hand. Maybe I’ll just flip a coin…that’s how we chose the wedding date.
Post # 8
My future Mother-In-Law says to wear bracelets on the right as it would balance the ring. It would also be seen more in photos where you put the ring on your groom.
For our engagement photos I wore it on my right for the most part and the left for others to test out the look. Our photos aren’t back yet though so I don’t have them to compare.