There’s no wrong way to accessorize your wedding dress, but if you’re still experiencing a little nervousness about picking out your bridal shoes and accessories, the people at David’s Bridal have a few tips and ideas to give you a nudge in the right direction:
Be True To Yourself
If diamonds never were your best friend, now’s not the time to hang a hefty rock around your neck. Whether you choose to dance at your wedding in Grandma’s pearls or chic, diamond chandeliers, trust your instincts and feel beautiful!
Don’t be afraid to look at your jewelry box before you go shopping. Is there a gorgeous statement piece there that means a lot to you? Problem solved.
You don’t have to wear white (or heels). Some brides choose to use their shoes as their “something blue,” while others like to match their shoes to the wedding theme colors. If you’re daring and want to break even further from tradition, consider wearing a fun pair of sneakers or flip flops.
Less Is More
Although it may be tempting to indulge in bridal treats, they sure can break the bank. Besides, over-accessorizing detracts from the main star of the night — your dress.
How did you accessorize your wedding dress? Let us know in the comment below!