Getting the perfect dress for your wedding can be quite fulfilling, but the job does not end there. You still have to determine the right finishing touches to apply, which will not only elevate your appearance much further but will also add a personal touch to it. The number of choices to make when choosing the jewelry, veils, shoes, and other accessories can be quite overwhelming. Below are a few set out rules that will help you make the right choices.

Make Sure the Metals Match

Metals look much better with specific colors. This means that the color you choose for your wedding dress should play a part in determining the accessories that you will  be shopping for in different  jewelry stores. Ivory color, for example, works best with gold if you want to highlight the fabric’s creamy tint. Platinum or silver is the best option for a dress that is pure white. A diamond-white colored dress is best matched with rose gold, yellow gold, or silver. If your dress choice has some beadwork embellished in it, the beads should indicate the accessories’ colors.

Do Not Over-Accessorize

Accessories can add some fantastic and unique touches to your look, which is their primary use. However, having too many accessories can be distracting and unattractive. You, therefore, need to find the right balance to ensure that you maximize the accessories without going overboard. You can do so by noting the features of your gown that stand out then making your choices of accessories based around them. For example, wearing a necklace may not be quite a good idea if your dress has an ornate neckline. For the earrings, your hairstyle should give you the cue. Small studs will work best if you intend to have a hairstyle that may cover your rings

Know Your Veils

A veil is one of the most iconic accessories for brides. They come in a variety of styles ranging from regal to flirty birdcage designs. There are a few things that you need to know when making your choice. For starters, the shade of the veil should match that of the gown. The style of the veil should also not steal too much attention from the gown. If your dress is designed to show off your back, for example, a cathedral-length type of veil with layers of turtle may not be a good choice.