Choosing Bridal Jewellery

By: srprm


Most people agree that your wedding is the most important day of your life and will be an occasion that is fondly remembered not just by you, but all your guests. Being the bride you will want everything to be just perfect and everything from your hairstyle to your shoes needs carefully planning.

Of all the things that go into making you a perfect bride, the jewellery plays a major role. Your jewellery needs to embellish your beauty and grace on your special day whilst matching your bridal gown. Careful thought needs to be given to whether your dress is a classic, contemporary, elaborate chic or simple and elegant design and your jewellery should compliment it accordingly.

If the neckline of your wedding dress is high, you could choose a choker necklace or small pendant, whereas if the wedding dress is strapless then a more elaborate design could be considered. Don’t forget you could just accessories with dangly earrings if you prefer not to wear a necklace.

Pearls are a traditional choice for bridal jewellery and have an elegant and timeless appeal. Whereas gold or silver pendants can add charm to many styles of wedding gowns. If you would like to add a splash of colour then you could choose gemstones such as ruby or sapphire, in fact you could have any colour you desired as your jewellery can be customised into any of our designs. Miss Glam Bridal is able to help you design and customise your jewellery to match your wedding dress and help to create the perfect day!

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The Miss Glam Bridal range is exclusively designed by Natasha Reynolds. Natasha’s exquisite collection is targeted at the modern woman who is looking for a contemporary yet elegant and stylish look. We offer a beautiful collection of tiaras, jewellery and wedding accessories. Visit us at www.missglambridal.co.uk

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