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Wedding Jewelry Guidelines – 6 Tips for… Your ring is not the only piece of jewelry you wear on your wedding day. There are other wedding jewelry to consider, such as earrings. It is important that you plan ahead so that you do not get stuck and try to find some matching pieces at the last minute. You don't want to wait for your wedding day to try jewelry, just to realize that it doesn't look right with your dress. If you have already seen your wedding ring, ask the dealer if they can recommend any matching parts to it. If nothing else, try to get an idea of what type of earrings, bracelets and necklaces to look for. Here are some tips for choosing the right wedding jewelry: 1. Not only should jewelry match the wedding ring, it should also match your dress and overall style. If you want a traditional wedding, then go with a pair of vintage earrings. Also, nothing says tradition as a pearl necklace. The idea is to see - and be - glamorous. If you are planning to wear a modern wedding dress, you might want to go with a choker adorned with diamonds and huggie-style earrings. 2. Talk about earrings, bigger is better. Stud earrings are not really the right choice for weddings because they will be overshadowed by your hair. You don't want them to be overlooked by your beautiful hairstyle. On the other hand, you don't want them to obscure your hair either. There should be a good balance. 3. How do you know what type of earrings should wear to go with your hair? Chunkier styles look better with inflated hair, while small bejeweled hoops tend to look good with a tiara or decorative veil. 4. You do not want to over-accessorize OR under-accessorize. If your dress has very heavy embroidery or lace, thin the jewelry a little bit. Heavy jewelry and heavy embroidery become too much when used together. If your dress is simple and light, you can get away with having fancy jewelry. 5. The type of necklace you should wear depends on the dress of your dress. If you wear a strapless bodice, choose a rhinestone or pearl choke. If your dress has a V-cut, go with a diamond solitaire or a darling chain. 6. Harmonize your wedding jewelry with your head and dress as best you can. As a general rule of thumb,.