How to choose the right jewellery for weddings in Kenya

Planning on walking down the aisle? Weddings are indeed the most special celebrations of one’s life (especially for women). For this reason, it is inevitable for every bride to look good, stylish and elegant on her wedding day.
Looking good can be determined by a number of factors. However, today, we are concentrating more on the choice of jewellery. For brides and bridesmaids who are concerned about their beauty and sense of style, selection of wedding jewellery is something that they have to be keen about.

Truth is, jewellery plays a very important role in increasing beauty as well as confidence in people. However, not everyone can select the suitable pieces of jewellery. These days, there is a wide selection of bridal or wedding jewellery available in the market. To help you make the right choice, read on.

  • Choosing wedding jewellery is an important factor that must be approached cleverly. Think of your dress and wedding theme before deciding on the jewellery to wear. For example, if you are having an African themed wedding, you can go for more casual looking jewellery that will give you comfort and style.
  •  Secondly, there are different metals that make very good jewellery pieces that are suitable for weddings; gold, silver, diamond or platinum. By choosing to wear one of these metals and you will be making a fashion statement. Therefore, go for what is within your means for they are all wearable on weddings and/or engagements. However, do not mix metals as they will look really clumsy.
  •  When choosing jewellery for weddings, it is important that you consider your facial structure and body weight. Different face types look good in different earrings. For example, if you have a short face, long and dangling earrings will look on you and vice versa. Subsequently, if you are slender, you might want to try out heavy or large jewellery pieces and vice versa.
  • Finally, remember that your jewellery is just to compliment your look. So, do not wear excess jewellery pieces because you will look awkward and over dressed.