Wedding Day Jewellery Trends for 2024
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Wedding Day Jewellery Trends for 2024

March 1, 2024 Share

Accentuate your bridal look with perfect Art Deco jewellery to complement your gown, ensuring you dazzle effortlessly.

Deciding how to accessorise might not be your most important consideration for your wedding day, but it’s an important factor in achieving your dream bridal vision. The secret to wearing wedding jewellery is to strike the right balance between enhancing your look without overpowering your dress. 

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As the symbol of your commitment, your engagement ring and wedding band are bridal jewellery essentials. Remember to wear your engagement ring on your right hand during the ceremony to leave your left hand free for the wedding ring. The rest of your jewellery should complement your relationship rings while leaving them the stars of the show.

When choosing your other wedding day jewellery, consider the style of your dress first. You either need to match this or deliberately juxtapose it such as blending a vintage gown with contemporary pieces. Think about where you want to draw attention to as well. Dangly earrings and necklaces are a great way to emphasise the neckline while small studs, delicate bracelets and rings add subtle sparkle. 

Wedding jewellery trends

  1. Pearls

In recent years, pearls have made their move back into mainstream fashion. Forget traditional chokers though – unless you’re opting for an old-world feel – because pearls are now paired with spikes and shells

Coloured pearls are also big for 2024, from pretty peach to dramatic black.

  1. Yellow gold

Every blushing bride wants to feel that they’re blooming their brightest on their wedding day, and no metal gives more glow than rich yellow gold. 

For a lowkey lift, feature slim hoops in your ears and a delicate pendant around your neck. To pack a punch, wear a chunky gold bangle or even a striking arm cuff if you’re wearing a sleeveless style of wedding dress.

  1. Argentium silver

Cool skin tones are better complemented by silver metals than gold. Especially in the current economic climate platinum might be beyond your budget, but Argentium silver is a budget-friendly alternative that shines just as bright and is more tarnish-resistant than sterling silver.  

  1. Art Deco

Wearing a vintage gown? Use Art Deco jewellery to accessorise to complete the period look. 

Art Deco jewellery is symmetrical and intricate with geometric patterns and richly embellished with gemstones often in an array of colours. Earrings in this style are most impactful, drawing the eye towards the face and adding instant dazzle every time you move.

  1. Coloured stones

Looking to lift an all-white look? Coloured stones are never more noticeable than when placed against this plain background and are a great way to introduce personality to your bridal outfit. 

Cool skin tones suit greens, blues and purples so look into emeralds, sapphires and amethysts. Red gemstones like rubies and garnets will pair perfectly with warm skin tones.

Please note this is a collaborative post.
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