Baubles for the Bride
Wedding Day Jewelry Trends
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Wedding season is officially here and many brides in the Fairfield County area are putting the final and finishing touches on their wedding planning and wedding details. One decision that is many times forgotten until the very end is the jewelry that the bride will wear on her big day. Bridal fashion accessories take much of their direction from current fashion trends found on the runways. Here, some of the latest trends we are seeing when it comes to bridal bling:
Big, Bold Necklaces
This fashion statement provides the bride with a great opportunity to create a unique look. A bold necklace or bracelet, a pair of oversized, chunky earrings are popular choices among brides these days.
Layering and Stacking Jewelry
Brides in Fairfield County are choosing several necklaces in different lengths and using multiple of strands of pearls to create a great statement piece. Brides are taking this trend and translating it into stacking bracelets both chunky and wide or even simple, classic and understated.
Vintage and Heirloom Jewelry
With the increase in the vintage wedding elements, brides are turning toward family heirlooms and vintage pieces. Vintage jewelry add a touch of character and interest to bridal style. Not to mention they make for amazing detail photos of your wedding. Vintage jewelry pieces are usually full of character, and it's the small details that can really add a big impact to a brides overall appearance on her wedding day.
Pearls are a trend that is here to stay. The important thing with pearls is that brides make sure they go for a look that suits their overall look and style. Think pearls with a twist; go for a contemporary look, multiple strands, mix different shades of pearls, or mix with other jewelry elements such as gold or silver chains.
Color is Here to Stay
Brides are incorporating color into their wedding more than ever. Wearing jewelry with stones like turquoise, quartz, and amethyst brings out a brides' beauty and personality. Color is a great way to tie the theme and/or color palette into the brides overall look.
Stacie Shea is a wedding planner, event designer and soon to be vintage rental company. Known for her out-of-the box ideas and fresh event concepts she loves to make an event uniquely yours. Stacie believes the most important thing she can do is understand her client and their story. She is based in Fairfield County but available to work with events worldwide!
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