Luxury Bridal Jewellery—A Classic Look, Just the Right Choice

February 10th, 2010 by wys


For your UK wedding, you want nothing but the best. On this most special day, every detail has to be absolutely perfect. Regardless of whether your wedding’s theme is traditional or contemporary, it’s important to choose the right Luxury Bridal Jewellery. Here’s some information we’d like to share that may make it easier to compliment and finish your look with just the right designer jewellery.

Brooches are largely considered a thing of the past. However, this just isn’t the case. In fact, brooches are a very modern and trendy Luxury Bridal Jewellery items, whether they’re costume jewellery, silver, gold jewellery fastened with true gemstones. Bridal jewellery sets often do not include brooches, so be prepared for some extra cost if you’re planning on wearing one.

Ways to Wear a Brooch

In the 1800s and early 1900s, brides fastened their brooches on the front of their gowns. For modern brides, brooches go just about anywhere, including tucked into an up swept hair style. For ideal placement of the piece in your hair, take it with you and ask your stylist the next time you visit. The brooch may also look attractive attached to your dress along the waist line. And if your gown has a train, consider placing a brooch at the back of your dress just where the train begins. If your brooch is a vintage item, remember that it qualifies as “something old”. When taking into account a wedding gown with a slim profile that contains a slit in the skirt, display the brooch towards the top of the slit to emphasize your legs and shoes.

Styles of Brooches Available

For maximum glitz and glamour, choose a thick brooch encrusted with sparkling Swarovski crystals. To emphasize the dress, again the waist is your best option. A brooch displayed recently inside Wedding Ideas magazine made use of sequins or diamante to generate an elegant luminous effect. Plenty of freshwater pearls were also used to maximize the effect. This brooch might look nice placed on the shoulder, since it will bring attention to your face. Other than diamante, crystals, and pearls, the ceremony’s theme colours may also be seen by wearing a brooch with little sparking beads made of glass. {Mother of pearl is also a stylish material found in bridal jewellery.

Wearing Brooches as Part of a Theme

For seashore ceremonies, try a brooch containing delicate garnishments of pearl or sea shells. For a garden wedding, a brooch encrusted with flowers and vines is a great addition to bridal jewellery sets. As for weddings held inside a house of worship, you might go with a brooch in the shape of a cross or other icon of faith and love. Luxury Bridal Jewellery offers many options for UK brides. For a truly finished look, be sure to include a brooch in your jewellery ensemble.

Bracelets

Bracelets focus attention on the hands and arms. So be sure to wear your bracelet on your right hand so a not to distract from your wedding ring. Consider the style of your dress and the tone of your wedding as well. For a casual wedding, bangles are a good choice. For a formal wedding, a classic tennis bracelet works well. Your bracelet should compliment your other UK bridal jewellery. For that reason, we offer a number of designs that coordinate perfectly.

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