The jewelry you choose to complement all of your pre-wedding party and ceremony looks is just as important as the actual ensembles. They should reflect your personal style and aesthetic, no small feat but definitely a lot of fun as you get to play around with different baubles. Your engagement party, bridal shower, rehearsal dinner, and of course the big day: these are just a sampling of all the occasions on which you'll need great jewelry to accompany your fashion choices. The money can certainly start to add up if you're going for different earrings, necklaces, bracelets, and more for each getup. But not to fret—Baublebar has just released a wedding jewelry collection brimming with gorgeous designs that won't break the bank.
Exuding elegance and class, these are the kind of pieces that can be worn again and again for years to come. Each is crafted from sterling silver and cubic zirconia crystal work, so the look is completely refined and high-quality, and the best part, nothing costs over $125, so you won't have to worry about going over your budget.
If you're still on the fence about how to save some coins when it comes to your wedding jewelry, here are some tips from Baublebar's co-founder Daniella Yacobovsky.
Keep an open mind about possibilities, so that your personal style doesn't end up being sacrificed for your budget.
"You shouldn't have to sacrifice your style (or budget) when it comes to buying jewelry for your big day," says Yacobovsky. If you approach finding the right accessories with an open mind, you may unexpectedly fall in love with pieces you never would have tried before.
You can never go wrong with timeless jewelry.
For the ceremony, Yacobovsky suggests, "classic pieces that add just the right amount of sparkle to compliment your bridal look." We couldn't agree more!
Go for one of your favorite trends for your engagement party and rehearsal dinner.
"Don't forget to accessorize for all of the amazing pre-wedding events," urges Yacobovsky. "They're a great opportunity to try bolder trends and show off your personal style."