Post # 1
Dear Bracelet Wearing Brides —
Which wrist did you wear your bracelet on? Right or left? As a righty, I usually wear bracelets on my left wrist. However, considering the attention that your left hand gets during a wedding, is it more appropriate to wear accessories on your right wrist?
Love to hear your thoughts! Thanks!
Post # 3
I think it depends on the *bling* factor. If you’re wearing something that is super shiny or big, then I would wear it on my right. But I think if it’s delicate enough, you could wear it on your left without distracting from the e-ring.
But if you wear it on your left, make sure there’s something on your right hand. I would think it would be a more balanced look if you at least had a right hand ring.
Post # 4
I think flipflopbride explained it perfectly.
Post # 5
I would say wear it on the right hand! Wait…I had to check your location cause I know people from different countries wear their e-ring or wedding rings on the right, I just had to be sure you were from the states (my same state…757 holla!!!) Anyway, since your rings will be on the left, I think that the balance of the bracelet on the right would be perfect! and then no more hand jewelry, so no left hand bracelet, I think then that would be too much.
Post # 6
I wore mine on the right! My e-ring/wedding set is kinda blingy and i only had a topaz on my right hand so i went with that.
Post # 7
I’ll probably wear mine on my right hand because it’s VERY sparkly and would probably take away from my e-ring. That being said, like FlipFlop explained, it depends on the bling factor. Mine is really chunky, but if it were more delicate I wouldn’t be against wearing it on my left write.
Post # 8
Definitely want to wear a bracelet. I’m not normally the bracelet wearing type but I think it will help offset my wedding ring the day of. I don’t have an ‘e-ring’. Just a plain silver ring that I previously owned. I’m not a *huge* fan of diamonds or gold or anythign flashy like that. But I would like to get a silver tennis bracelet for my wedding day. That’ll officially be the only ‘diamond’ I will probably ever wear.
*Eta* I forgot to say I’ll be wearing it on my right hand…lol
Post # 9
I agree with the others, wear it on the right if it’s got bling, or on the left if it’s delicate enough not to attract too much attention. I’m planning on wearing only my e-ring on our big day (on my right hand until after the ceremony), and then putting my wedding band on first on my ring finger, and my e-ring on top of it. 🙂
Post # 10
I’m wearing a pearl bracelet (mom’s) on the right hand, because it’s light and delicate. That way it doesn’t distract from my wedding-hand-bling :o)
Post # 11
You are right — I think it’s fine to let your wedding ring get all of the attention on your wedding day, with a bracelet on the right wrist. 🙂
Post # 12
I wore my watch on my left hand as usual, and my bracelet on my right.
Post # 13
It depends on your ring and the bracelet but I would tend to say the right so it wouldn’t detract from your wedding rings.
Post # 14
I think I am planning on the right hand… just so nothing can take away from the wedding ring lol