Arguably the new classic wedding color, blush wedding jewelry looks amazing on most skin tones. Depending on the undertones of your skin, pick a blush that is warm (such as champagne or rosy nudes) or cool (pink).
It doesn't matter if you are planning on sporting a veil or not, earrings will complete your bridal look. Above, this pair of blush and gold teardrops topped with golden hearts is just darling. Retro brides who want a little sparkle to go with their chic chignon should consider this pair. For a more contemporary glam statement, these larger blush and gold teardrops would be great whether your hair is worn up or down in waves. Have all the color with these blush and nude earrings below, but definitely in a more demure size. If you are planning on wearing a veil, these are small enough they won't distract from it.
If you really want your pinker shades of blush to pop, set it against a brighter cool shade, like this ocean blue (below). These earrings are elegant, but not too old-fashioned, and ideal for brides of any age.
Give your bridesmaids a gift to go with their blush dresses. This teardrop earring and pendant set below will be something they will continue to wear for years to come!
Who doesn't love a sophisticated clutch? The above clutch also incorporates another hot trend: the oversized bow. However, the style of this clutch is flexible enough that you could use this for a vintage or modern wedding party. If you are looking for something a whole lot sweeter, trade that bow in for a rosette in a softer blush (below).
Or add a little bit of razzle dazzle, such as with this boxy, structured clutch with blush lace and sequins throughout (below).
For your hair, a blush accessory is an especially beautiful option for brunettes. Go all out crazy glamorous with an oversized headband fascinator (above, left). Or go cute and preppy with a simple blush and gold barrette clipped into an updo (above, right).
This multi-stone necklace above pairs blush with pale neutrals such as sand and gray. It would look really lovely on a bride at a beach wedding, where the different muted tones can play off the sunlight.
Speaking of beach wedding, save yourself the hassle of heels and find a pair of adorable blush flats (below, left) for your trek down a sandy aisle.
Want to add a little oomph to your blush wedding accessories? Look for blushes that also use some metallics, whether by using glitter (above, right), sequins (below, right), or a rose-gold tone (below, left).
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