This Season’s Biggest Wedding Jewelry Trends.
You’ve found the dress of your dreams—or at least dedicated a Pinterest board to it. But what’s a dress without some gorgeous bling to accompany it? You only get one chance to choose your wedding day baubles, so it’s understandable if you’re a bit intimidated by the process. Wedding jewelry doesn’t have to be complicated or stressful, though. If you want to look like you just stepped off of a Parisian runway, check out these fabulous wedding jewelry trends.
Are you sick of boring pearls and diamonds? Now you can wear baubles that go beyond the safe traditions
brides have followed for decades. Coloured gemstones are making a big comeback. From engagement rings embellished with sapphires to necklaces that blend just about every color of the rainbow, you’re sure to find something that complements your taste. Leah S can add colour to your jewellery we are happy to show you our colour chart when you come in store.
Geometrically Inspired Pieces
Sharp angles look amazing in wedding photos, and they can even help slim you down. Geometrically inspired pieces, including triangle earrings, sharp angular necklaces, and bold rings. If frilly, feminine gowns have never been your thing, incorporating geometric elements into your wedding day look can help you add just a sliver of edge to your aesthetic.
If you’re planning to don a ring or solitaire necklace, this season it’s anything goes. Nontraditional settings, ranging from the relatively safe halo cut to the outright daring pear, reign supreme this wedding season.
New Takes on Old Classics
If you want to ensure your wedding snapshots never look dated, it’s time to try on some classic pieces, but with a twist. Pick big, bold necklaces that feature diamonds, pearls, or rhinestones. Or opt for earrings that feature classic stones, but with a pop of color or a few flower embellishments, personally im loving art deco styles at the moment.
If you love the timeless appeal of gold but worry it might be too harsh against an understated wedding gown, then you need look no further than the gorgeousness that is rose gold. Rose gold has a distinctly vintage feel, blending copper with traditional gold to create a rosy hue. This a very new trend and I have a feeling it will take of in Australia in about 2 years. Hope you enjoyed this season’s biggest wedding jewelry trends.