Friday, September 01, 2006

Top 15 Wedding Jewelry and Hair Accessories Ideas

GlamForLess.com thinks so at least. I don't agree with #4. I love sample sales and would opt for a discounted original rather than a cheaper knock off.

Top 15 Wedding Jewelry and Hair Accessories Ideas:
1. Elegant Beauty
Purchase a simple but elegant gown and dress it up with glamorous jewelry and hair accessories like a jeweled tiara. For affordable wedding jewelry and hair accessories.

2. Simple Sophisticate
If you're wearing an ornate or heavily beaded wedding dress, choose simple jewelry like a single strand of pearls or classic diamond studs.

3. Bargain Basement
Looking for a less costly (but still chic) alternative to diamonds? Try a rhinestone necklace or a sterling silver bracelet.

4. Bargain Basement
In lieu of sample sales, shop online discount wedding jewelry stores which sells wedding jewelry and accessories at dramatically reduced prices. Wedding jewelry originally sold for $200 may cost as low as $20.

5. Beautifully Bejeweled
Choose matching stones: Don't wear a pink-pearl bracelet if you're wearing a rhinestone necklace.

6. Focal Point
Less is more: If you're wearing a headpiece, skip the necklace.

7. Bridesmaid Jewelry
Give your bridesmaids beautiful jewelry to wear on your wedding day. Affordable bridesmaid jewelry is available at http://www.glamforless.com/bridesmaid-jewelry.htm.

8. Luxurious Locks
Know how you’ll wear your hair―before you try on tiaras and veils. Small tiaras, side combs, and hairpins look lovely in updos, while jeweled headbands work well in loose, flowing locks.

9. Vintage Beauty
Search out a good jewelry shop for a piece of jewelry like a Victorian necklace that can be the centerpiece of your whole look.

10. Glitter Girl
Instead of a traditional tiara headpiece, accent your hair with sparkly accessories: a strand of crystals, pearls, or jeweled hair barrettes.


Blogger Dianna said...

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Sunday, September 10, 2006 2:22:00 PM  
Blogger behappytogether said...

Thanks for the tips! Can't agree more with tips 6, less is more, an good excuse not to buy too much jewelry ;p Brian & Eve

Thursday, November 02, 2006 12:08:00 PM  

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