As a bride to be you’ve got a lot to think about and no one is denying that planning a wedding is stressful. It is, but it’s also a lot of fun, and that’s mainly because you get to go on a massive shopping trip. There’s a lot of different items and accessories that you’ll need to buy before the big day of the wedding. These range from those little things that make you look like a princess to a few classical traditions. But here is the ultimate list that you need.
Earrings, Necklaces And Bracelets
You can’t be a beautiful princess bride without a few, well placed and selected pieces of jewellery. Obviously, you don’t want to wear too much jewellery because it will take away from the stunning stress you should be wearing. But you want a little on each main feature. Start by thinking about the earrings. Pearl drop earrings are the perfect choice because they are both simplistic and beautiful.
To go with your pearl drops, you might want to look into a pearl necklace or bracelet. It’s not a bad idea to make sure that your jewellery matches in this way. It brings together your style and makes sure everything looks as though it fits together.
Remember, when choosing jewellery, you do need to think about colours and shades. Don’t pick anything that clashes with your overall outfit or the dress that you have chosen. If you’re wearing a white dress, the jewellery should be silver, white gold or platinum.Tiara
If you truly want to feel like a princess on your wedding day, you could look into buying or renting a tiara. Yes, you can rent a tiara for your wedding day. It shouldn’t come as a surprise that this is an option many brides end up choosing. Tiaras are expensive and aside from your wedding day when else will you wear one?
A more simplistic option is to buy a silver or gold headband. Similar to a tiara it makes you stand out. But it’s also something that you can wear after your wedding to a formal occasion. These range in the low hundreds and could provide the perfect accessory for your wedding day.
This falls under the category of tradition, but it’s still an essential accessory you need to purchase. You can buy a garter to match the style of your dress and opt for something simple. Or, if you’re feeling a touch more ostentatious you can purchase one that has diamond encrusted jewellery. Expensive certainly, but it will at the very least make getting undressed on your honeymoon memorable.
Last but not least, you need to purchase a beautiful bouquet of flowers to hold as you walk down the aisle. Don’t spend a fortune on these as after you throw them; you won’t see them again. But do think about the colours in the bouquet. Again, you don’t want it to detract from the dress you’ve chosen to wear.
Submitted on behalf of Modern Weddings