Spring & Summer Jewelry Trends

When it comes to wedding day bling, the big issue is no longer what to wear, but where to wear it all. Brides are no longer content to confine jewelry to their ears, necks and wrists. It's more popular than ever to literally have a sprinkling of unique bridal jewelry from head to toe.

Brooches are big again, thanks to the trend toward vintage styles. If you want to create a point of interest on your gown, a sparkling brooch might be just the thing for you.

Another major trend among brides: Taking advantage of hair jewelry and headpieces.

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A creative bride or hairdresser can make a gorgeous "headpiece" by incorporating a favorite necklace into a hairdo. Lisa Raye was way in front on this trend when she tied the knot several years ago.

If you're wearing earrings or a necklace, it's always a good idea to make sure they complement you hairstyle and your wedding day attire. This will never change. Wearing a set is fine, as long as it doesn't look TOO matchy-matchy.

Don't forget the little things. Bracelets and bejeweled garters offer another way to add extra sparkle, if that's what you're after.

What do you think? What are some other ways brides can use jewelry to create personalized looks?

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