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I have always been one of those people who is laser-focused on looking as professional as possible, which is why I began second-guessing my choice of jewelry. I could tell that I was starting to look a little older, so I began choosing pieces that were a little more modern and delicate. It was really amazing to see how much of a difference it made in my life, and before I knew it, things had really come together. This website is here to help other people to know how to create a style of their own by using jewelry. Check it out for great information!



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Unique Jewelry Style Ideas For Your Wedding

by Nathan Gordon

Part of the excitement of planning your wedding comes from planning what you're going to wear for your big day. Even though your dress will be the highlight of your outfit, the entire look comes together with accessories. Your bridal set jewelry, hairpieces, shoes, and flowers all work together to complete your outfit. If you are looking for a unique way to style your dress with jewelry, consider the following accessory trends. 

1. Woven beading.

With more bohemian wedding dress styles coming into vogue, you might move away from traditional metal jewelry for something a little more detailed: beaded jewelry pieces. For example, you might have a necklace with interwoven strands of peal or glass beads. Beaded hair pieces made with ivory, white, or clear beaded strands can also be just as stunning as a tiara, especially when worked in with braided hairstyle, which are currently very popular. Match your beaded jewelry with a belt for your wedding dress to accentuate your waist, and you might look like you've stepped out of the past; beaded attire was very fashionable in the 1920s and 1930s. 

2. Jeweled flowers. 

If you want to find an alternative to a traditional fresh-cut floral bouquet, why not craft a bouquet with jewelry instead? You can find old brooches, rings, and even earrings to set into silk or flowers made from other fabrics for a beautiful alternative bouquet that will last a lifetime. If you truly want fresh flowers, you can still ask your florist to set the flowers in with jeweled accents for more glamour. Find jewelry for your bouquet at local pawn shops or thrift stores if you are on a budget. 

3. Hair combs and clips.

You might decide against a veil or a tiara and opt instead for small jeweled hair accessories that help to accent your hairstyle. For example, you might have a beautiful braided hairstyle that you don't want to be covered with a veil, and tiara could be a distraction. Accent the braid with jeweled pins and clips to bring in more elegance without taking away from your wedding hair. 

4. Heirloom or vintage pieces. 

Finally, you might find your "something old" by wearing jewelry from decades gone by. Ask your mother or grandmother to borrow some jewelry from their growing up years. Modern trends are all about revisiting the past, and vintage styles are returning to the design table. You can have a unique look by finding heirloom jewelry that matches the style of your wedding dress.