Useful Ideas To Consider On Down-to-earth Wedding Gifts Strategies

Making your wedding day look work is a balancing act and the secret is “teamwork”-each element should complement the rest of them and, together, all of them should make you the star. Your starting point should always be the gown. “I would recommend for brides that have chosen a simpler gown, to pair the dress with a beautiful diamond necklace with matching diamond studs or statement drop earrings,” adds Gardner. RELATED: How to Choose a Veil to Complement Your Wedding Dress If you like classic pieces and have chosen a dress with intricate embelishments or sparkle, she suggests pairing it with a set of pearls or diamond earrings that “still standout but do not draw too much attention away from the knockout gown.” View photos Less is More This is Alexandra Grecco’s design philosophy. What does that mean in practice? “Accessories can really take a gown in any direction depending on what a bride chooses,” she says. “I love our more minimal slip gowns, as they act as a blank slate, and work really well with a variety of different accessories. With these pieces in particular, adding an art-deco inspired beaded belt can make the look more glamorous. Adding a fresh flower crown can make it more boho. I personally love the hair accessories from Naturae Design as they are super delicate and create an ethereal vibe.” RELATED: The Prettiest Spring 2017 Wedding Dresses from Bridal Fashion Week View photos And if a slip dress is not your style, then Grecco suggests opting for a belt or a headpiece with details that are as delicate as the ones on your gown. That way you’ll strike the right balance between the two.

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