Gold, Colorful Gemstones, and More Costume Jewelry To Complete Your Wedding Look
Sparkle for All
From vibrant earrings to golden bangles, consider complementing your wedding dress with one of these fashion jewelry pieces.
You don't have to have an ultra-glamorous style to wear glittering jewels on your wedding day. Whether your aesthetic is sleek and simple or "more is more," you can—and should—add some sparkle to your big-day look.
—Rosie Purdy, Assistant Digital Editor
These understated Lisa Freede crystal wire drop earrings are proof that sparkle doesn't always mean over-the-top.
This silver-and-crystal starburst bracelet by Kenneth Jay Lane is the perfect dose of arm candy.
These vintage clip-ons are embellished with shoots of tiny round rhinestones and finished with baguette rhinestone tips (available at Ruby Lane).
While yellow gold is not a subtle metal, it is a versatile one. Wear it to warm up a stark white gown, or use it to give a bohemian relaxed look a bit of sophisticated structure.
These gold vermeil hexagon earrings by India Hicks are dressed up with diamonds.
The secret behind this Monika Knutsson cuff's delicate quality? It's made from 1920s net lace that was dipped in 24k gold.
These Ben-Amun basketweave button earrings are classic and polished (available at Thomas Laine).
Simple and Sculptural
Jennifer Fisher's hexagonal earrings are a fresh take on the classic hoop (available at Editorialist).
This House of Lavande collar necklace would stand out against a minimalist sheath and would also add structural contrast to more flowy gown.
Aurélie Bidermann's gold vermeil Miki necklace is 20s flapper with a contemporary twist.
While "something blue" is a wedding-day staple, it's not a bride's only color option. From neutral shades to more vibrant hues, consider personalizing your look with one of these colorful pieces.
Made in Jade
Wear these jade-and-gold bangles separately, or stack them for a more dramatic look.
From left: A&C Clayton Jewelers jade bangle; Carol Barret Jewelry jade bangle, both available at Ruby Lane
These gold-plated Bounkit earrings offer subtle color and plenty of sparkle thanks to green amethyst and lemon quartz. The best part? The drop is removable, so you can also wear them as studs.
A Hint of Edge
When shopping for your wedding-day baubles, don't forget that neutrals are colors too. The subtle shade of this Janis by Janis Savitt necklace is balanced by its modern, slightly-edgy shape.
These small square studs by Kate Spade are classic enough to last you way beyond your wedding day.