Whatever you do, don’t buy a piece that’s a close match to your engagement or wedding ring!
When it comes to bridesmaid bracelets, a minimalist look is best. A decorative piece draws attention to the hands, which usually isn’t where you want the focus on the wedding day.
Some simple options include a few plain bangles or a simple chain. It’s also best to only buy a bracelet for one hand, not both.
Like earrings, bridesmaid necklaces can be an opportunity for dainty touches or bold styles.
For dainty choices, you can look for a lightweight gold or silver chain. A subtle pendant, such as a single stone inspired by your wedding colors, can be a great accent.
Bib necklaces can be an attention-drawing option for a statement piece. Look for jewelry pieces with design, style, and colors that match your ceremony’s look and feel.
And if you’re going with a bold necklace, be sure to give it the attention it deserves by using tame accessories. Don’t let every part of the outfit compete for attention!
Every wedding is different because every bride is different.
The jewelry you want to share with your bridesmaids is a deeply personal choice, and only you can decide what’s right.
That said, there are a handful of guidelines for the best pieces to complement your ceremony, style, and dream.
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