What Wedding Jewellery Should I Wear?

Bridal jewellery is a must-have accessory. You should put a lot of thought into the jewellery you wear on your wedding day. Selecting the perfect bridal jewellery may be a stressful ordeal. There is a plethora of bridal jewellery options to choose from. It's not easy to find jewellery that complements your wedding dress and skin tone. Since this is such a monumental occasion, you should spare no expense in acquiring the finest jewellery. Finding the correct jewellery to complement your outfit and enhance your natural attractiveness is a top priority. Finding the ideal pair of earrings, necklace, or wedding diamond band can be a real ordeal. The goal here is to acquire genuine, beautifully created jewellery without breaking the bank. In many cases, selecting the appropriate wedding jewellery might be a challenge.

Which jewellery goes with which wedding gown?

Keep the wedding dress's material, neckline, and also any special processing in mind when selecting the jewellery to go with it. Wearing a necklace with stones with a wedding dress that also features stones as embellishment may cause visual fatigue for onlookers. Select a less intricate pendant and you'll instantly look more put-together.

Jewelry should complement the bride's hairstyle and the style of her wedding crown. On your wedding day, if you wear your hair open, guests will focus more on your necklaces, earrings, and bracelet than on your ears. When you have your hair in a bridal ponytail, a pair of earrings that complement your gown can really set off your style.

Wedding-goers should advise the brides who are on the shorter side or who have smaller faces to avoid wearing earrings that are too large or too flimsy. When wearing a large, potentially unstable earring, it's best to avoid wearing a necklace. Perhaps a ring and just a bracelet would be more to your liking. If your fingers are not dainty and slim, you shouldn't wear bulky rings. If a woman is already small in stature, a leash necklace will only serve to elongate her neck.

Your wedding jewellery should complement your dress and hairstyle without detracting from your overall attractiveness. Rather, it should represent that. Avoid letting the dominance of a single jewellery item overpower the rest of your beauty.

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Jewelry that will complement your wedding gown

Getting ready for the big day? Meet some bridal jewellery that would make it shine. You can complete your transformation into the picture-perfect bride by selecting jewellery that complements the design, embellishments, and silhouette of your wedding gown. Can you fathom how that could be? Wedding jewellery, such as necklace, earring, bracelets, and bridal sets, can help you accessorise your outfit for the big day. You want to feel like a cover model on the night of your wedding, therefore it's imperative that the accessories you choose complement your bridal gown.

Use the advice here to pick the accessories that will complement your wedding dress without drawing too much attention to yourself on your special day. Find the best bridal gowns and accessories to make a statement. A dainty necklace may come in handy, or perhaps a pair of dazzling earrings. To help you find your dream wedding dress, we've compiled a few options.

Top Tips for Accessorising Your Wedding Gown

Combine Your Metals

Unbeknownst to you, different types of metals complement different shades of clothing. Gold is a classic complement to ivory because it brings out the fabric's ethereal sheen. Accents in silver, platinum, or pearls look best on a white dress, whereas gold may make the fabric look too warm. Diamond white gowns go well with any precious metal or material, from yellow gold to rose gold to silver and even pearls. If the dress you've chosen features beaded, let that determine the hues of your other accessories. The same goes for jewellery; if your dress contains gold beading, go for gold-toned necklaces, bracelets, and earrings.

More is less

No need to wear a headpiece, necklace, earrings, or sash. Having a few well-chosen accessories can really set off an outfit, but wearing too many is a distraction. Make your selections for the dress based on the features you've already identified. Drop earrings are a better choice than a necklace to complement a dress with a detailed neckline (that might look too busy). If you're going for a more understated look with your gown, go for a standout necklace or fascinator. Consider your hairstyle when choosing jewellery. A pair of tiny studs or drops would suffice if you plan on wearing your natural hair and over your ears. A set of chandelier earrings, on the other hand, might be just the thing to amp up an updo. You do not wish to look too matchy-matchy, so stay away from motifs that are too similar towards the decorations on your dress.

Understand Your Veils

The wedding veil is a traditional part of the bridal ensemble. There is a wide range of possibilities, from short and cute to long and stately. There are, however, a few considerations worth making as you zero in on the specific style of veil you'd like to wear. To begin, your veil should be the same colour as your dress (colour blocking is better left to your day-to-day look). Additionally, choose a style with care; if your dress does have a lot of detail, opt for something understated so it doesn't overpower the rest of your outfit.

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Choose a veil with fewer layers of tulle if you want to show off the back on your dress (maybe it has beautiful embroidery or beading) rather than a full-coverage veil. You should also think about your body type. Mid-length veils, such as fingertip and elbow-length veils, might visibly cut you in half, giving them a better choice for taller brides. Longer veils, such as waltz or floor-length veils, will expand a diminutive frame. Short styles, such a birdcage and bandeau, are flattering on all body types and can give your dress a cool, vintage feel.

Topping it off

Don't you like wearing veils? Hair combs, fascinators, and other accessories are available to complete your ensemble. It's important to decide on a hairstyle before selecting an accessory, as some pieces work better with certain updos than others. When wearing a tiara, for instance, loose hair looks its finest. Accessories that look great on someone with fine hair may be lost on someone with thick waves, and vice versa. Make sure that whatever you decide to go with provides a sense of safety when you're on the go.

Consider Options Other Than Jewelry

Want a quick fix to make your wedding dress more unique (and maybe even make you look a little curvier)? Put on a sash or belt to finish the look. Even if your dress doesn't arrive with a trendy fastener, you may easily add one to give it a unique style and avoid spending money on alterations. In addition, whether you choose a traditional satin sash or a belt made of metallic leather, it will instantly elevate your dress. Finding a waist-cincher that complements your figure is the most important factor. Belts that are narrower in width look better on shorter torsos, while belts that are wider look better on longer torsos. Consider a beaded or otherwise elaborately adorned belt to highlight your waist if you have an apple shape. A V-shaped appliqué on your belt will make you look taller and thinner. If you don't want your veil to compete with the rest on your gown, stick to a style that is no wider than three inches.

Maintain Comfort

Your wedding day attire will not be complete without the ideal pair of shoes. Sure, you want to look your best in that stunning dress, but it doesn't meant you have to sacrifice comfort. Bear in mind that you will be standing for extended amounts of time, and you certainly don't want to be wincing in discomfort before you've even started dancing. Think about the heel height (the higher the heel, the more likely it is that it will hurt), the type of straps, and the material when you browse. To prevent your feet from becoming unsteady, you should wear shoes with plenty of support (think ankle or toe straps that overslip). To find the best results, try shopping for all-natural products of the highest quality. They are far more resilient and long-lasting than synthetic ones, so you may wear them multiple times without worrying about wearing them out.

Shop for shoes at night, when your feet is swollen from the day's activities, and give yourself a plenty time to get them in before the wedding for the greatest fit. Try them on at home a few weeks before the big event and make a note of any blister-prone spots. Mole skin, heel grip, strap stickers, and gel insoles made for the heel can all be purchased to make the shoes more bearable. Can an insole and grip be hidden in shoes with too many straps? To keep your toes happy and healthy, pick up a spray, wax, or cream that acts as a protective barrier against friction or as a pain reliever by reducing inflammation.

Cover Up

If your wedding is going to take place in the fall or winter, or if it is going to take place in a religious building, you will need a fashionable cover-up to keep your shoulders covered. The variety of boleros, capelets, and fur stoles is practically infinite. (An added perk: you won't have to change your outfit between the ceremony and the reception.) Finding one that complements your dress flawlessly is essential. An simple outfit can be dressed up with the addition of a statement outerwear piece, such as a sequinned or feather bolero, or a beaded capelet and scalloped edges. If you're wearing a dress that's already really elaborate in design, you might want to attempt an understated accessory. Keeping warm in a chiffon wrap, lace jacket, or sheer tulle cloak won't detract from your gown's beauty. What about a different possibility? A timeless cardigan, ideal for a casual or country event.

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Think About Your Décolletage

You may add personality to your wedding dress or draw attention to a particularly striking aspect by carefully selecting the accessories to match with your chosen neckline.

If your dress has a sweetheart neckline or is strapless, you can omit the necklace and draw attention to a pair of statement earrings. Crystal in its transparent form makes for a minimalist design, while coloured crystals provide a pop. Select a colour from the flowers on your bridal bouquet, or use a special gem like your birthstone. Include a few little fresh or synthetic flowers in your hairstyle for a flirtatious, fresh look that adds a gentle, organic vibe. You prefer the grace of yesteryear, then? Wear a bracelet in the art deco style or some feather barrettes reminiscent of the Roaring Twenties to show your appreciation for the past.

Have a deep V in the neck? This look is begging to be accessorised with a necklace or choker. Pearls (single or double stranded) are always an classic choice, and a thin chain with such a simple piece, like such a locket, is an exquisite way to accessorise. Adding a crystal choker and statement necklace with pearl earrings might help you achieve a more opulent image.

And if your dress has a halter neckline (or a reverse halter neckline), consider the following for a strapless look: Instead of a jewellery, you should focus on your hair. Whether you wear your hair in a sleek ponytail or a loose ponytail for your wedding, a headband is a terrific way to accessorise your look. If headbands aren't your thing, elaborate crystal hairpins are another way to add some glimmer to your do. For a bride with thicker locks (or shorter hair), between five and seven hairpins are ideal, while two or three are sufficient for a bride with thinner locks (or longer hair).

Keep to What You Know

Even if it's a special occasion, you shouldn't go out of your way to change your usual look. If you don't often wear jewellery, there was no need to go all out on their wedding day with diamonds. The point is to feel and appear like your most confident, attractive self all the time.

Wedding Jewellery

Dos and Don'ts of Wedding Jewelry

DO - combine old and new.

The days of having everything match are over. Boring! To appear well-dressed, it is important to convey your personal style consistently. You should wear jewellery with a consistent sheen, but feel free or mix and match pieces as long as they are of about the same shape and/or era. Combine your something old (an heirloom) with something new for the occasion. You can show off your personal style while also honouring your family history by wearing an antique brooch passed down from granny or your mother's favourite bracelet.

DON'T - Wear a necklace with the asymmetrical gown trend this season.

The choice to wear a dress with only one shoulder is striking. The addition of a necklace in your ensemble is strictly forbidden. You will look off-kilter, and the eye will be drawn away from your face instead of following the fascinating line of the dress. A beautiful pair of earrings as well as a statement cuff are great choices.

DO - When trying on earrings, bring your headpiece.

When choosing earrings and other jewellery, remember to bring your headpiece along. You need to think about how the embellishments will look in relation to your face size and the shape of your dress. Improve your appearance, not your rivals'.

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DON'T - Put on a watch.

We understand that you have a tight schedule, but today is your day, so let the planner or older relatives keep track of the time. There are a few thing less sophisticated than wearing a wristwatch on your wedding day, especially considering all the close-up pictures of your hands (at the altar, holding the bouquet, wearing the wedding bands). Instead, go with a bracelet that sparkles.

DO - Combine finishes: your ring is its own thing.

When choosing a sheen for your wedding band, you should disregard the possibility that it might clash with the sheen of your other bridal jewellery. Consider your skin tone, the colour of your dress (I love antique finishes for ivory and pastels), the colour of your gown's decorations, and your wedding day vision when making these decisions (go shiny for classic and modern, antique for rustic and vintage, etc.)

DON'T - over-accessorize.

Walking along the aisle shouldn't appear as though you and the 5-year-old cousin were playing Beautiful Pretty Princess. We find that the "simple is best" philosophy produces the most strikingly stylish results. To make a bold fashion statement, focus on highlighting a specific area of the body with a statement item and accessorising the remainder of your outfit with smaller jewellery. Earrings and bracelets are a fail-safe accessory choice for any formal event.

DO - Give yourself plenty of time!

Bridal jewellery is an essential aspect of any bride's ensemble, yet it is all too frequently overlooked in favour of more prominent elements like shoes, hair, and purses. Choose your jewellery at least three months before the big day. It's best to order at least two weeks before the wedding so that you have time to get the goods (keep in mind that custom jewellery might take up to four weeks to arrive), try them on at your dress fitting, and return or exchange them if necessary.

DON'T - Personal style must be sacrificed.

No need to take any risks or explore unfamiliar territory today. seen too many brides follow the latest trends instead of being authentic to themselves. There's already a lot to worry about during the day without also feeling as though you're floating above everything. Choose timeless elegance, and you'll always feel confident and look great in photos.

DO - Color should be incorporated into jewellery.

The pinks have given way to a fiery red. Or perhaps it's the Tangerine Tango. Wear jewellery of contrasting or coordinating colours to enhance your outfit. Even if you're wearing all white, you can still make a statement by accessorising with bright earrings. Alternatively, you might give your bridesmaids colourful accessories that they can use after the wedding as well.

DON'T - Quality lasts a lifetime, so don't cut corners.

Though it's understandable that you'd like to stick to a certain spending limit in light of the current economic climate, your wedding isn't the moment to save on the details. Those Jimmy Choos you can only glimpse when we lift your dress for the wedding photo? Awesome. Pictures of teen boutique earrings everywhere? Not really. Pick timeless pieces that you will enjoy wearing again and again, and perhaps even passing down to your daughter.

DO - After the ceremony, put on your wedding jewellery.

Unlike most of the items you'll buy for your wedding, bridal jewellery can be worn again and again after the big day is over, including on your honeymoon, your anniversary, formal parties, and even just to liven up an everyday outfit. When you invest in anything of high quality, it becomes an instant heirloom.

DON'T - Wear earrings made of wire.

Wire earrings are frequently handcrafted (and hence cheap, which We strongly disapprove of). Sorry to dampen the spirits of the crafty gal, or the recipient of such a lovely present, but just have to say that wire earrings aren't fancy enough to be presented as such. Stop doing that right now.

DO - For the reception, alter your jewellery.

You should now be aware that by merely switching out your jewellery, you may make a dramatic change to the overall feel of your bridal ensemble. Therefore, even if you aren't going to be letting your natural hair or switching up your outfit, this is the perfect time to experiment with those bold earrings you've always wanted to wear or to build up that stack of bangles (after all, there won't be any time to fret about clanking noises that once party has begun)!

Even though it may be inconvenient, it's best to try on your wedding jewellery with the dress before the big day, just in case whatever jewellery you've chosen doesn't look the way you imagined it would. We also think it's important to wear jewellery on a daily basis.

Even though yellow gold is traditionally associated with weddings, it may feel out of place if you're accustomed wearing silver for your everyday needs. You may believe that a pair of statement earrings or a cuff will look great on your wedding day, but towards the end of the party, you may find that they are too heavy to wear comfortably.

It's true that you shouldn't wear jewellery every day, but it doesn't mean you can't put on a special piece for the event or the reception. After one long and tiring day, you can get in the party mood by switching out the studs that wore to a service for a set of party ears for the evening.

Conclusion

Jewelry should complement the bride's hairstyle and the style of her wedding crown. Wearing a necklace with stones with a wedding dress that also features stones as embellishment may cause visual fatigue for onlookers. When wearing a large, potentially unstable earring, it's best to avoid wearing a necklace. Perhaps a ring and just a bracelet would be more to your liking. Jewellery can help you accessorise your outfit for the big day.

Gold is a classic complement to ivory because it brings out the fabric's ethereal sheen. Accents in silver, platinum, or pearls look best on a white dress, whereas gold may make the fabric look too warm. Having a few well-chosen accessories can really set off an outfit, but wearing too many is a distraction. The wedding veil is a traditional part of the bridal ensemble. There is a wide range of possibilities, from short and cute to long and stately.

Choosing a veil with fewer layers of tulle can show off the back on your dress. Mid-length veils might visibly cut you in half, giving them a better choice for taller brides. Belts that are narrower in width look better on shorter torsos, while belts that are wider look better for a longer waist. If you don't want your veil to compete with the rest of your gown, stick to a style that is no wider than three inches. To prevent your feet from becoming unsteady, you should wear shoes with plenty of support (think ankle or toe straps that overslip).

Vogue Ballroom has proven itself to be an iconic wedding venue and function centre in Melbourne. To appear well-dressed, it is important to convey your personal style consistently. You should wear jewellery with a consistent sheen, but feel free or mix and match pieces as long as they are of about the same shape and/or era. Bridal jewellery is an essential aspect of any bride's ensemble, yet it is all too frequently overlooked in favour of more prominent elements like shoes, hair, and purses. To make a bold fashion statement, focus on highlighting a specific area of your body with a statement item and accessorising the remainder of your outfit with smaller jewellery.

Bridal jewellery can be worn again and again after the big day. When you invest in anything of high quality, it becomes an instant heirloom. Wire earrings are frequently handcrafted (and hence cheap, which We strongly disapprove of) For the reception, alter your jewellery - you may make a dramatic change to the overall feel. It's important to wear jewellery on a daily basis and not just for the big day. You may believe that a pair of statement earrings or a cuff will look great on your wedding day, but towards the end of the party, you may find that they are too heavy to wear comfortably. After one long and tiring day, you can get in the party mood by wearing a special piece for the reception.

Content Summary: 

  • Bridal jewellery is a must-have accessory.
  • You should put a lot of thought into the jewellery you wear on your wedding day.
  • Selecting the perfect bridal jewellery may be a stressful ordeal.
  • It's not easy to find jewellery that complements your wedding dress and skin tone.
  • Finding the correct jewellery to complement your outfit and enhance your natural attractiveness is a top priority.
  • Finding the ideal pair of earrings, necklace, or wedding diamond band can be a real ordeal.
  • In many cases, selecting the appropriate wedding jewellery might be a challenge.
  • Which jewellery goes with which wedding gown?
  • Keep the wedding dress's material, neckline, and also any special processing in mind when selecting the jewellery to go with it.
  • Jewelry should complement the bride's hairstyle and the style of her wedding crown.
  • When you have your hair in a bridal ponytail, a pair of earrings that complement your gown can really set off your style.
  • You can complete your transformation into the picture-perfect bride by selecting jewellery that complements the design, embellishments, and silhouette of your wedding gown.
  • Wedding jewellery, such as necklace, earring, bracelets, and bridal sets, can help you accessorise your outfit for the big day.
  • You want to feel like a cover model on the night of your wedding, therefore it's imperative that the accessories you choose complement your bridal gown.
  • Use the advice here to pick the accessories that will complement your wedding dress without drawing too much attention to yourself on your special day.
  • Find the best bridal gowns and accessories to make a statement.
  • The same goes for jewellery; if your dress contains gold beading, go for gold-toned necklaces, bracelets, and earrings.
  • Make your selections for the dress based on the features you've already identified.
  • If you're going for a more understated look with your gown, go for a standout necklace or fascinator.
  • The wedding veil is a traditional part of the bridal ensemble.
  • There are, however, a few considerations worth making as you zero in on the specific style of veil you'd like to wear.
  • Choose a veil with fewer layers of tulle if you want to show off the back on your dress (maybe it has beautiful embroidery or beading) rather than a full-coverage veil.
  • You should also think about your body type.
  • Don't you like wearing veils?
  • Hair combs, fascinators, and other accessories are available to complete your ensemble.
  • Want a quick fix to make your wedding dress more unique (and maybe even make you look a little curvier)?
  • Put on a sash or belt to finish the look.
  • Belts that are narrower in width look better on shorter torsos, while belts that are wider look better on longer torsos.
  • Consider a beaded or otherwise elaborately adorned belt to highlight your waist if you have an apple shape.
  • Your wedding day attire will not be complete without the ideal pair of shoes.
  • To prevent your feet from becoming unsteady, you should wear shoes with plenty of support (think ankle or toe straps that overslip).
  • Shop for shoes at night, when your feet is swollen from the day's activities, and give yourself a plenty time to get them in before the wedding for the greatest fit.
  • Can an insole and grip be hidden in shoes with too many straps?
  • If your wedding is going to take place in the fall or winter, or if it is going to take place in a religious building, you will need a fashionable cover-up to keep your shoulders covered.
  • (An added perk: you won't have to change your outfit between the ceremony and the reception.)
  • Finding one that complements your dress flawlessly is essential.
  • A timeless cardigan, ideal for a casual or country event.
  • Looking for the ultimate Wedding Reception Venue in Melbourne?
  • You may add personality to your wedding dress or draw attention to a particularly striking aspect by carefully selecting the accessories to match with your chosen neckline.
  • If your dress has a sweetheart neckline or is strapless, you can omit the necklace and draw attention to a pair of statement earrings.
  • Select a colour from the flowers on your bridal bouquet, or use a special gem like your birthstone.
  • Include a few little fresh or synthetic flowers in your hairstyle for a flirtatious, fresh look that adds a gentle, organic vibe.
  • Wear a bracelet in the art deco style or some feather barrettes reminiscent of the Roaring Twenties to show your appreciation for the past.
  • Have a deep V in the neck?
  • This look is begging to be accessorised with a necklace or choker.
  • Adding a crystal choker and statement necklace with pearl earrings might help you achieve a more opulent image.
  • Even if it's a special occasion, you shouldn't go out of your way to change your usual look.
  • Dos and Don'ts of Wedding Jewelry
  • DO - combine old and new.
  • To appear well-dressed, it is important to convey your personal style consistently.
  • Combine your something old (an heirloom) with something new for the occasion.
  • DON'T - Wear a necklace with the asymmetrical gown trend this season.
  • The choice to wear a dress with only one shoulder is striking.
  • The addition of a necklace in your ensemble is strictly forbidden.
  • When choosing earrings and other jewellery, remember to bring your headpiece along.
  • You need to think about how the embellishments will look in relation to your face size and the shape of your dress.
  • Improve your appearance, not your rivals'.
  • Vogue Ballroom has proven itself to be an iconic wedding venue and function centre in Melbourne.
  • DO - Combine finishes: your ring is its own thing.
  • When choosing a sheen for your wedding band, you should disregard the possibility that it might clash with the sheen of your other bridal jewellery.
  • DON'T - over-accessorize.
  • To make a bold fashion statement, focus on highlighting a specific area of the body with a statement item and accessorising the remainder of your outfit with smaller jewellery.
  • DO - Give yourself plenty of time!
  • Choose your jewellery at least three months before the big day.
  • Choose timeless elegance, and you'll always feel confident and look great in photos.
  • Wear jewellery of contrasting or coordinating colours to enhance your outfit.
  • Though it's understandable that you'd like to stick to a certain spending limit in light of the current economic climate, your wedding isn't the moment to save on the details.
  • Pictures of teen boutique earrings everywhere?
  • Not really.
  • Pick timeless pieces that you will enjoy wearing again and again, and perhaps even passing down to your daughter.
  • DO - After the ceremony, put on your wedding jewellery.
  • Unlike most of the items you'll buy for your wedding, bridal jewellery can be worn again and again after the big day is over, including on your honeymoon, your anniversary, formal parties, and even just to liven up an everyday outfit.
  • When you invest in anything of high quality, it becomes an instant heirloom.
  • DON'T - Wear earrings made of wire.
  • DO - For the reception, alter your jewellery.
  • You should now be aware that by merely switching out your jewellery, you may make a dramatic change to the overall feel of your bridal ensemble.
  • Therefore, even if you aren't going to be letting your natural hair or switching up your outfit, this is the perfect time to experiment with those bold earrings you've always wanted to wear or to build up that stack of bangles (after all, there won't be any time to fret about clanking noises that once party has begun)!
  • Even though it may be inconvenient, it's best to try on your wedding jewellery with the dress before the big day, just in case whatever jewellery you've chosen doesn't look the way you imagined it would.
  • We also think it's important to wear jewellery on a daily basis.
  • Even though yellow gold is traditionally associated with weddings, it may feel out of place if you're accustomed wearing silver for your everyday needs.
  • You may believe that a pair of statement earrings or a cuff will look great on your wedding day, but towards the end of the party, you may find that they are too heavy to wear comfortably.
  • It's true that you shouldn't wear jewellery every day, but it doesn't mean you can't put on a special piece for the event or the reception.
  • After one long and tiring day, you can get in the party mood by switching out the studs that wore to a service for a set of party ears for the evening.

Frequently Asked Questions About Wedding Jewellery

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4 Important Tips for Buying Your Wedding Jewellery

  • Buy your jewellery before the dress.
  • Choose according to the occasion. 
  • Invest in pieces that can last a lifetime. 
  • Be Comfortable.

You want your jewellery to accent your dress, not clash with a bright white gown, fine silver, platinum or pearl jewellery. Gold may clash with your dress because of the bright white hues. For an off-white coloured dress, you can use just about any colour: gold, silver, platinum, rose gold, pearls, etc.

Many will wear matching jewellery sets for their weddings, but a bracelet is far enough away from your other pieces that it's easy to get away with a separate sparkler for your wrist. Whether you're going for a subtle or flashy look, there is sure to be an option for you.

It is a cultural tradition for the mother to pass on her wedding jewellery to her daughter, irrespective of the change in modern designs.

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