’90’s Inspired Wedding Jewelry ft. The Bridal Choker
Not all trends work for wedding jewelry, but luckily for us, saying “I do” to the bridal choker is something that we will never regret.
This gorgeous diamond drop choker looks amazing on its own or layered with other gold-toned pieces. Elegant and sleek, it’s the epitome of wedding jewelry and will be the ideal finishing element to a modern bridal look.
More of the traditional choker look, this necklace is elegant because of the delicate silver chain. However, the opal detailing and geometric center make it utterly unique.
You’ll have to go back further than 20 years ago to see this kind of necklace. Lace and ribbon chokers have been popular throughout history, and just the thing your grandkids will love when looking through your wedding photos years from now. Dainty, feminine and definitely bridal, this lace choker won’t contribute to the silver or gold tone conflict when choosing wedding jewelry.
Back to Black
Don’t feel like yourself without a little black? Incorporate it tastefully into your bridal jewelry with this elegant choker featuring simple pendant. Don’t be surprised if all your friends steal your style!
This very urban take on the choker has us all gasping for air. If you’re afraid of looking bedazzled but feel naked without your bridal jewelry, this minimalist necklace is for you.
This collar-inspired look is a terrific complement for a Grecian goddess bride. Though a bold statement piece, it’s devoid of decorative rocks or detailing, keeping it simple and easy to wear, even after the wedding day.
If you always imagined yourself wearing pearls on your wedding day, this simple choker is for you. It’s just a plain chain, save for the single pearl bead. The length of the necklace means that the pearl will land right at the hollow of your neck, highlighting your lovely collarbone and beautiful neck.
White and Pearly
Featuring freshwater pearls and 14k gold, this set of 3 chokers is just the balance of old-school and current fashion a bride who grew up in the ’90’s is looking for. Big enough to be noticeable, but subtle enough to keep from overwhelming the wedding gown, it’s great choice for brides going with a bateau neckline.
Channel your vintage beauty with this pearl and rhinestone necklace, a big statement with a small price tag. The thick chain will also hold up against the avalanche of hugs, kisses, and everything else your guests will be gracing you with. It’s wedding and dance party-proof!
Glitter and Shine
It’s your time to shine, and nothing says that better than a little glitter. This silver sparkly choker is just the edge a bride to show that she’s keeping true to herself, even when in a white dress and a perfect updo.
A stunning way to expose and emphasize a long neck, this floral lace choker necklace is exactly the drama that a simple dress needs to make it a little extra special.