10 Delicate Diamond Necklaces for Your Rehearsal Dinner

Jewelry & Accessories
Diamond Necklaces For Rehearsal Dinner

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While tomorrow may be the big wedding day, that doesn't make the night before your wedding any less special. And with your family and bridal party in attendance at your rehearsal dinner, you certainly won't get a free pass on photos. Guests are guaranteed to start snapping and tagging pics of you (with the official wedding hashtag, of course) at the rehearsal dinner.

So you'll want to dress to impress—and this includes your jewelry. When it comes to bridal baubles, diamonds really are a girl's best friend. And who doesn't want a little sparkle every now and then? Especially at your rehearsal dinner. Dainty diamond necklaces add elegance and just the right hint of bling. Whether you wear a single strand or layer a few, these timeless designs are sure to dazzle the night before your "I dos."

Sachi Jewelry Moon and Star Necklace

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A fave of celebs like Emmanuelle Chriqui, this moon and star duo is a perfect pair—like you and your groom-to-be. Crafted with 14k yellow gold and .11 carats of white diamonds, it's nothing short of divine. ("Moon and Star" necklace, $400, Sachi Jewelry)
Zoe Chicco 14K Five Diamond Necklace

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Bring out your natural beauty—and sparkle—with this bezel set diamond necklace. Pair with the matching studs to add a double dose of glam to your LWD. ("14K Five Diamond" necklace, $700, Zoe Chicco)
Dana Rebecca Isla Rio Diamond Necklace

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Calling all contemporary brides! Looking for a sleek way to update your look? This perfectly polished geometric rose gold cutout design is just what you've been missing. ("Isabelle Brooke" necklace, $715, Dana Rebecca)
Sydney Evan Medium Gold Diamond Love Necklace Rose Gold

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For romantic brides, this hand-drawn pavé script necklace is sure to adorn you with love. Afterall, if ever there was a time to show some love, it's now. ("Medium Gold & Diamond Love" necklace, $1,300, Sydney Evan)

See More: Rehearsal Dinner 101: What to Wear and How to Deal with the In-Laws

EF Collection Diamond Bar Necklace

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There's nothing more classic than a beautiful diamond bar necklace. This timeless style will take your from your rehearsal dinner, to your wedding...and beyond. ("Diamond Bar" necklace, $650, EF Collection)
Vale Jewelry 14K Pavé Triangle Necklace

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For brides who don't shy away from attention, this pavé triangle pedant necklace is a must. This attention-grabbing design allows the maximum amount of light to shine from the front to the back. ("14K Pavé Triangle" necklace, $850, Vale Jewelry)
Gillian Conroy Marie Diamond Cluster Necklace

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This diamond cluster pendant delivers sparkling sophistication and draws attention to your neckline. Pair with a low cut silhouette to really let it shine. ("Marie Diamond Cluster" necklace, $1,500, Gillian Conroy)
Phoenix Rose Pave Heart Necklace

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Photo: Courtesy of Phoenix Rose It's a great night to don a symbol of love, like a pavé heart necklace. This sweet sparkler will show that your heart is open and ready for tomorrow. (Pavé Heart Necklace, $695, Phoenix Rose)
Jennie Kwon Designs Rose Cut Diamond Drop Necklace

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Twinkle the evening away with this 3mm rose cut diamond drop pendant, adorned with four tiny diamonds. ("Rose Cut Diamond Drop" necklace, $750, Jennie Kwon)
Meira T 14k Gold Necklace with Diamond Bezels

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Diamond bezels effortlessly float along the front of this delicate chain. This graceful sparkler infuses any outfit with a hint of ethereal charm. Plus, it's perfect for layering. ("14k Gold Necklace with Diamond Bezels", $1,600, Meira T)

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