28 Bridal Necklaces to Add Something Extra to Your Look

A little extra sparkle will go a long way.

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You may have picked your dream wedding dress, but that doesn't mean you're done figuring out your final look. A bridal necklace can be the perfect accessory to add a little bit of extra glitz and glam, whether you opt for a more simple and minimalist look or something more eye-catching.

But selecting the best bridal necklace can definitely be overwhelming—there are so many options out there, and it can feel impossible to find the right one. To make things easier, we've put together a guide to some of the most beautiful bridal necklace options available right now. You can go the diamond route with a luxe, high-end piece; choose something simple, like a chain with a tiny stone; or go for something trendy and unique, like a back necklace. Whatever the final decision is, just know that the right piece will pull together your look in the best way.

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Best Classic Option: Halleh Curved White Enamel Necklace

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Courtesy of Halleh.

Courtesy of Halleh

This beautifully classic design is simple but eye-catching. It features a curved row of graduated diamonds in 18K yellow or rose gold bezel settings. A double chain and white enamel wrapping the bezels are unexpected touches.

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Most Meaningful: Kavant & Sharat Eternity Knot Diamond Necklace

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Courtesy of Kavant & Sharat

This interesting love knot design is an eternity symbol that represents the forever kind of love you're committing to on your big night. This is ideal for a bride that doesn't mind wearing something larger.

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Best For a Low-Cut Gown: Shahla Karimi Chrysler Pendant No. 2

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Courtesy of Shahla Karimi

This pendant necklace is adjustable and can hang at a mid or long length, and is ideal for a low-cut gown. The design is inspired by New York City architecture, with tapered baguette diamonds that sparkle.

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Best Choker Design: Kendra Scott Clementine Choker Necklace

crystal choker

Courtesy of Kendra Scott

This choker-style necklace is a stunning sparkly option. Crystal accents in three sizes hang along the gold chain for a modern and glamorous look.

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Best Cluster Look: Marrow Fine Woven Cluster Necklace

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Courtesy of Marrow Fine

This interesting piece is perfect for the bride who wants something trendy and unique. It features a mix of antique and modern cuts woven together with a satellite rose-cut diamond, and it's available in gold or platinum.

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For the Minimalist Bride: Gorjana Classic Diamond Necklace

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Courtesy of Gorjana

This dainty and timeless necklace is a lovely simple addition to almost any dress and bridal style. It features a thin chain with a tiny solitaire bezel-set diamond that is just such a pretty and small touch of sparkle.

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Best Tennis Necklace: The Clear Cut Diamond Tennis Necklace

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Courtesy of The Clear Cut

When in doubt, you can't go wrong with a sparkling tennis necklace, which is incredibly versatile and will be worn long after your wedding night. The adjustable length makes this one easy to personalize.

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Best For Layering: Ring Concierge Vertical Graduated Single Prong Diamond Necklace

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Courtesy of Ring Concierge

If you're going for a more casual or bohemian vibe, you might want to try layering two or three necklaces together for a more elaborate look. The longer length of this diamond necklace makes this a great layering option for a lower-cut neckline.

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Best Pendant: Kendra Scott Elisa Open Frame Crystal Pendant Necklace

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Courtesy of Kendra Scott

There's no rule that you have to spend a lot on your bridal jewelry. This Kendra Scott pendant necklace is a beautiful option that comes in at just about $50, so it's perfect for brides trying to stick to a budget.

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For Your Something Blue: Mejuri Blue Topaz Trio Necklace

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Courtesy of Mejuri

Make your necklace your "something blue" for the night with this gorgeous blue topaz piece. A white sapphire, blue topaz gemstone, and white opal pair nicely together on a dainty gold chain.

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Best Vintage-Inspired Piece: Ben-Amum Cora Necklace

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Courtesy of BHLDN

A mix of pearls and pretty crystals come together for a vintage-inspired layered look that is just right for the bride who is embracing vintage style. This one definitely makes more of a statement.

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Best Budget: Olive & Piper Monique Pendant

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Courtesy of Olive & Piper

This delicate crystal pendant design is so versatile and would go with a variety of different bridal styles. We love the inexpensive price for brides on a budget.

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Most Dainty: Halleh Demi Angel Necklace

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Courtesy of Halleh

Make a subtle statement with this dainty necklace that sits a bit higher on the neckline. Three marquise shaped diamonds link together for a feminine and minimalist look.

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Best For Extra Sparkle: Sig Ward Jewelry 14K Diamond Tennis Necklace


Courtesy of Sig Ward Jewelry

There is no missing this sparkling tennis necklace, which features 110 stones and a total of 6.80 carats. It's an investment, but it's also a versatile piece that you'll have forever.

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Best Gold Option: Gorjana 14K Gold Venice Mini Necklace

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Courtesy of Gorjana

If you don't want any glittering jewels on your necklace, opt for this minimalist gold herringbone chain necklace. It's modern, versatile, and sleek.

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Best Initial: Bony Levy 18K Gold Pavé Diamond Initial Pendant Necklace

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Courtesy of Nordstrom

A cute idea for a bridal necklace is to wear your brand new last name initial around your neck. This necklace features a simple gold chain and tiny letter sparkling with little diamonds.

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Most Unique: Kavant & Sharat Talay Wave Invi Sapphire & Diamond Necklace

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Courtesy of Kavant & Sharat

Another option for your "something blue," this diamond and sapphire necklace looks like a crashing wave. It's such a unique addition to your wedding look, especially if you have a beach or summer wedding.

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Most Romantic: Stone and Strand Love Knot Necklace

Stone and Strand Love Knot Necklace

Courtesy of Stone and Strand

Small white diamonds come together in the shape of a romantic love knot to represent your everlasting union. A simple gold chain makes this slightly more casual.

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Best Pearl: Ti Adoro Huston Lariat Necklace

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Courtesy of BHLDN

This larait necklace offers a modern twist on a classic pearl necklace. Pearls are an excellent alternative to diamonds on your wedding night and always look so elegant.

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Best White Gold: Ring Concierge Petite Emerald Illusion Necklace

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Courtesy of Ring Concierge

While this necklace does have the option to come in yellow gold, we love how it looks in white gold. Simple and classic, the emerald shape from a cluster of small diamonds makes this a lovely addition to your bridal attire.

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Best For the Modern Bride: Shahla Karimi Chrysler Necklace


Courtesy of Shahla Karimi

Mirroring tapered baguette diamonds form the look of the iconic Chrysler sunburst crown. This necklace is inspired by New York City landmarks and has a modern and fresh look to it.

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Best Solitaire: Vrai Solitaire Pendant

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Courtesy of Vrai

Hanging on a thin chain (that can come in yellow gold, rose gold, or white gold), this pear shaped solitaire stone is small, delicate, and just sparkly enough.

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Most Casual: Mejuri Organic Pearl Bead Necklace

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Courtesy of Mejuri

If you're going for a more casual vibe that still feels elegant and timeless, then opt for this pearl necklace. The pearl beads make this easy for dressing up or down, and you can definitely wear it after your wedding as well.

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Most Romantic: Elsa Peretti Open Heart Necklace

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Courtesy of Tiffany & Co

Want to really lean into the love theme? This rose gold necklace features an open heart concept, with two tiny diamonds accenting the chain.

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Best Back Necklace: Serefina Ygritte Back Necklace

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Courtesy of BHLDN

If you're wearing a gown with a low back, a lovely way to emphasize that is to wear a long back necklace. This one is dainty and sweet, and the pearl stones give it a vintage look.

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Best For High Necklines: Marrow Fine Dainty Pearl Choker


Courtesy of Marrow Fine

A gown with a higher neckline might not even need a necklace, but if you want to add a little something, this is perfect. Small pearls dot a delicate and thin band that sits higher on the neck.

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Best Splurge: Harry Winston Winston Cluster Diamond Necklace

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Courtesy of Harry Winston

If you're looking to splurge on a high-end piece of jewelry that you'll have forever (and likely pass down to future generations), you can't go wrong with this Harry Winston diamond necklace. This glittering necklace contains 180 stones with a total of 48.80 carats, and it's a true stunner.

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Best For the Glamorous Bride: Cartier Etincelle de Cartier Necklace

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Courtesy of Cartier

White gold and a total of 97 pavé diamonds create the kind of sparkling necklace fit for the most glam bride out there. The beautiful circular shape makes this one more versatile as well.

  • What should you look for in a bridal necklace?

    There are two styles to choose from: a statement-making necklace that will catch everyone's eye, or something more simple and understated that doesn't overpower the rest of your look. Look for a necklace that works with your gown, your overall wedding theme, and any other accessories you're wearing.

  • How do you match a necklace with the neckline of your gown?

    Always pick a necklace that matches the neckline of your gown. A pendant is good for a V-neck or low-cut gown, while a choker or an over-the-top statement necklace will look nicer with a sweetheart or strapless gown.

  • Do you have to wear a bridal necklace?

    You don't! Plenty of brides choose to forgo a necklace so that all of the attention is on their dress, and there's nothing wrong with that.

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