boho bib necklace on bride

Bib necklaces aren't just to wear with your favorite sundress or to snazz up an open collar shirt for the office. They also make great accessories for your wedding dress and for your bridal party. And because they are such a versatile necklace, you will be able to wear these statement pieces again and again.  Doubtful? Just check out how boho chic the bride is above wearing this multi-stoned necklace.  As with any wedding day accessory, you should take into account the cut, neckline, and color of your gown.  Here are a few bib necklace looks we love.

Vintage Madonna meets Chanel

pastel bib
pearls

Load yourself up in gads of pearls and colored stones for a very feminine, girly glam statement.  These would pair very well with a simple, strapless princess gown.

Maximum sparkle, minimum color

clear
crystal bib

When a whole lot of color doesn't go with a dress, pair it with a clear crystal bib necklace. It still has all the impact, but is perfect for brides who either want a minimalist aesthetic or for those who have a lot of color going on elsewhere.  Bridesmaids wearing bright red dresses?  The gold and crystal would go splendidly.

Candy-colored fun

coral bib
   
pink bib
 

  

large pink
blue stars

Some of the most popular bridal bib necklace trends are in candy-colored pinks and blues (it's like all the fun of saltwater taffy in your jewelry box).  The coral and pink (top, left) would be so perfect for a southwest wedding in desert blushes, and the large pink stones (below, left) would be to die for with a figure-flashing mermaid or trumpet dress.

Under the Sea

perriwinkle
sea green bib

Beach wedding? Stick to pretty blues and greens for your fresh air affair.  The sea green (above, right) is simple enough that it could really be paired with any neckline (provided it is low enough). And the modern redux of art-deco sensibility (above, left) would be best paired with a simple silhouette, such as a flowy floor-length.

Bold and seasonal color

emerald green
berry bib

If you want to play up color in a big way, go with one of these two beauties!  The scale of this emerald green bib (above, left) guarantees its showstopping quality and the multi-colored leaves (above, right) would shine in an autumn wedding!

Blush and nudes

capri bib
   
givenchy bib

floral bib necklace

If you are a vintage sort of bride, these muted tones are for you!  These necklaces are bold, but refined. Any of these would be especially ah-mazing with a blush or grey dress. Can you just imagine?!  Just remember to pair the longer necklaces with lower necklines.

Darker shades for a bit of mystery

bold dark flowers
hanging gardens
     
beads
 
black bib

Some girls just love a good dark jewel tone with plenty of sterling grey.  These sophisticated versions of a bib could go well with any dress, but would be especially fetching with darker greys, deep creams, and blacks (on either brides or bridesmaids).  Planning on rocking a low-cut reception dress? This sparkly seed bead necklace (above, left) is calling your name.

Credits:  Boho Bib and Bride//Pastel Beads and Pearls//Pearls and Gold//Crystal and Gold//Silver and Crystal//Coral and Pink//Pink and Gold//Large Pink Stones//Blue Stars//Periwinkle//Sea Green//Emerald Green//Multicolored//Nudes and Gold//Blush and Nudes//Romantic Floral//Jewel Tone Flowers//Art Deco-Inspired//Seed Beads//Black and Grey