Post # 1
Typically I try to stay with the same metal combination…if I wear a silver bracelet.. then it has to be a silver necklace/earrings ect….
However, the bridesmaid dresses I’ve purchased are light pink with a gold trim and I’m thinking a champagne/gold and pink jewelry combination would look amazing! If I found something for the bridesmaids, I’d like to coordinate and wear something similar… but my e-ring and wedding band are both white gold. Is it weird to be shying away form this idea simply because the metals wouldn’t match… ?
Post # 3
I think that it’s outdated not to mix them. Do what you want and love it!
Post # 4
I love mixing metals. You should even add in rose gold, it’s a very pretty combination.
Post # 5
sometimes mix and match can create a stunning look, doesn’t have to match everything all the way;) as for your jewelry and your bridesmaids’, i think it can be completely different….you a are the bride after all, so wear what you love:)
Post # 6
As long as you don’t put any silver jewelry on them it ought to be fine!
Post # 8
You’re engagement ring and wedding ring stand on their own and you don’t EVER have to match your jewelry to match the metal on them. They aren’t considered part of your jewelry ensemble because they aren’t something you change to go with your outfit.
Don’t shy away from mixing metals. Done right, it can look amazing, and what you described would look beautiful. I say go for it.
Post # 9
Ok bump…this is what I was looking for.
Post # 10
I’m a fan of mixing metals. I know people who only wear silver and white gold b/c they refuse to mix, I think that limits them too much and they’re missing out on a lot of great jewelry!