One major hurdle for every bride is to find the right theme and colour scheme for her wedding. The next challenge is to find the best suited jewellery to go with the theme, looks, style and the entire ensemble.
One of the effortless ways to shop for the correct jewellery is by assigning colour palettes for different pieces.
Classic pearl Colour palette
One of the most elegant and graceful choices for bridal jewellery are the classic pearls. A traditional colour palette with texture, refinement and sophistication consisting of pearls is a favorite for any girl, getting married at any time of the year.
A vintage looks with a modern outlook is created by a princess necklace of royal blue cultured pearls mixed with cultured creamy pearls. Adding royal blue pearls for studs and rings can create more spectacular effect. One can use the colourful pearl palette for infinite creations.
Folklore Colour Palette
A folklore wedding is popular among people who want to do a traditional style wedding and want heritage in the making of their new family. Folklore weddings are rich in dignity, tradition and speak ample about the culture of the bride and groom.
Earth colours speak of the folklore tradition and symbolize courage of the ancestors. Dark amethyst crystals as the centerpiece retell the inspiring stories of a rich heritage and a humble connection to the natural world. The colour palette has earth colours with crystals which create a fairy tale aura. The prominent colours are green, orange, rose and brown.
The colour palette revolves around the green emerald as the main pendant and teardrop emeralds as earrings. They together create the feeling of devotion to nature.
Orange Swarovski jewels
The orange colour connects to the nature in many ways through autumn, passion, warmth and Halloween. Including orange colour jewellery in an autumn wedding is a perfect way to connect to one’s roots.
Romance with Gothic Colour Palette
A gothic colour palette ignites passion, devotion and drama during the pure union of the two souls in a marriage.
Romantic colours and gothic colour scheme revolve around the same shades and hues to create a harmony with the darker shades and softer overtones.
The colour red is of love and passion and is best symbolized by rubies. The shimmering multifaceted rubies have a faithful history of blissful unions in every belief. Ruby red bicone is the well-liked piece to become to centerpiece in the gothic and romantic colour palette weddings.
Romantic Tiered necklaces
One of the legacies of gothic weddings is the tiered necklace. The necklace which is decorated with fire polished garnet beads along with the contrasting dark amethyst bulge shapes is the valued tiered necklace.
Day and night colour palette
As the name suggests, the day and night colour palette makes an electrical effect with the contrasting colours of black and white. The perception of masculinity is introduced by black beads while the feminism is enhanced by the soft shades of white.
Diamonds, contrasting pearls and white and black faceted beads are used in the day and night palette.
Finding the right colour palette for weddings is a challenging task but with these guidelines the bride can find the right jewellery for herself in the jewellery shops Perth.