Since there are lots different styles of wedding jewellery such as pearl, crystal and diamante, it can be hard to pick type is right for you.
As the choice is difficult and youre unusually indecisive you may have left it to the last minute and now youre panicking.
If you’re not sure whether pearl wedding jewellery is for you then answer the following questions:
Is there pearls on your bridal gown?
Do you have items of bridal jewellery that you want to wear on the day which have pearls in them?
Do you adore the gentle sheen of pearls?
Do you want to achieve a classic timeless appearance?
If you’ve answered yes to the majority of the above questions then there’s a high possibility that pearl bridal jewellery is right for you. Which takes you to your next question, do you want faux pearls or fresh water pearls? You may perceive faux pearls to be cheap plastic imitation and some are but glass pearls are also used and while they aren’t fresh water pearls they are better quality faux pearls.
The choice between faux pearls and real pearls with come down to the cost as fresh water pearls are generally more expensive and the design of the wedding jewellery. I would advise you contact the seller and check they are glass and not plastic pearls before you buy so you know you’re getting a good product. Sometimes you aren’t given the option of choosing your pearl type for the design of bridal jewellery you want to buy, so you will need to settle for the pearl type that is contained within the jewellery. However if it is a handcrafted piece try asking the designer if they are willing to change the pearls for you, many will if the jewellery is made to order.
ordinating designs in a different colour for your bridesmaids or for yourself if you wanted something more colourful.
Is pearl bridal jewellery right for you? If you havent already revisit the questions and if youve responded yes to the majority of them, then you already have your answer.