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.: Wedding Jewelry :.

Wedding jewelry may very well be the most important part of the wedding ceremony (except for the marriage part of course). Let's face it; your wedding jewelry is the only appendage from your ceremony that you will continue to use repeatedly. Your wedding dress will go into storage (if you are lucky, you will one day pass it down as an heirloom), your wedding cake will be eaten, save maybe one piece locked away neatly in your freezer, and other than your photos, your wedding jewelry will be worn and displayed for years to come.

Wedding jewelry consists of the bridal necklace, earrings, and of course your rings. The beauty of choosing wedding jewelry is that you can match your jewels to your wedding dress, your choice of wedding colors that you have selected, and even put some nostalgia in there as well.

For instance, a favorite choice of wedding jewelry has long been pearls. It may be because pearls represent purity and purity and white are the basic theme of every wedding. Your pearl jewelry doesn't have to be stored away after the wedding either. You may continue to wear your selected jewelry and not only will you look beautiful, but you will continually be reminded of one of the most special days of your life.

When choosing pearls for your wedding, you don't have to stick with stark white pearls either. Many pearls carry a hint of yellow, ivory, even pink. Choose the pearls that best enhance and compliment the shade of your wedding dress and you will be forever pleased with your selection.

Your choice of necklace should also compliment and accentuate the neckline of your wedding gown. If you are wearing a low cut gown, choose a necklace that has a pendant or tear drop shape. If your neckline on your wedding gown is heavily ornamented, you may opt to forego the necklace or just wear a very simple and thin strand of pearls. Whatever option you choose, your wedding jewelry can continue to bring as much beauty and joy to your life everyday,


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