As any bride knows, no wedding detail is too small to be overlooked. From flower arrangements to makeup for the big day, and of course, the best bridal jewelry. Naturally, the engagement ring and wedding bands have long been sorted, however, no bride ever said no to a little extra sparkle.
The best bridal jewelry can add sophistication, whimsy, the aforementioned sparkle, or a personal touch to the wedding day look. Whether you want to dress up a courthouse wedding dress or still need to incorporate something vintage, Vogue has all your wedding day jewelry needs covered. From the perfect pair of Sophie Bille Brahe drop earrings to an Irene Neuwirth pendant necklace, shop our edit of the best bridal jewelry below.
Whether you choose statement earrings for high impact or opt for studs for a more understated effect, bridal earrings are an important part of the wedding day look. For the perfect vintage statement earring, we recommend Fox & Bond’s dangle earrings, and you can’t go wrong with oval diamond studs from Blue Nile for some subtle sparkle.
On the big day, all eyes are on the bride. To further dazzle everyone, a necklace can enhance the neckline of any wedding dress. A diamond tennis necklace is the perfect choice for a modern touch, and Irene Neuwirth’s aquamarine necklace is the perfect something blue.
Bracelets are often overlooked, however, what better way to accompany a stunning bouquet than with jewels? Whether you opt for pearls or diamonds, go vintage or modern, a bracelet adds a subtle yet sparkly touch.
When it comes to weddings, most people will say that the engagement ring is the most important piece of jewelry. While they’re not wrong, an engagement ring certainly doesn’t need to be the only piece of jewelry. Whether you still need a wedding band or simply can’t stand bare fingers, we say the more, the merrier.
Hair accessories are both a functional and aesthetically pleasing addition to any bridal look. A gem-encrusted headband can help secure finicky veils, and a barrette can enhance an elegant chignon.
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