When people think of wedding jewelry the first thing that generally comes to mind are engagement and wedding rings. While many couples prefer to purchase these in sets with the wedding rings perfectly matching the bride’s engagement ring, there are instances when the engagement ring is a separate purchase altogether. In these cases, simple and timeless wedding bands make beautiful accompaniments to a diamond engagement ring. Of course wedding and engagement rings are not the only jewelry that you need to consider for your wedding day. There are other jewelry pieces that are used very commonly during weddings.
Purchasing your wedding rings is something that you should take time in doing. While your wedding jewelry, with regards to earrings, necklaces, etc., can be worn the one time, your wedding rings will be worn each day for the rest of your life. Choosing them is something that you should not rush. There are many styles and designs to choose from. You may prefer a number of small diamonds offsetting one larger one or your choice may be more contemporary and include pearls or other gems. You have band choices from gold to white gold and silver, all of which are beautiful and will accent your stone choices perfectly. Research many styles and designs and choose wedding rings that you will not only be comfortable wearing, but that will also remind you fondly of your special day.
As for your other jewelry, there are themes that you can use to determine which style will best suit your wedding apparel and how to choose each individual piece. If you are planning for the classic look, then diamond earrings and a matching tennis bracelet will look beautiful with a traditionally styled wedding dress. You can add a small diamond pendant if the neckline of your wedding gown allows. If you are planning to sweep your hair up into an elegant do, then diamond drop earrings are a lovely accent.