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Bridal Club Magazine

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Wedding Jewellery

Too little wedding jewellery and you'll look ordinary. Too much and you'll look over-the-top. It's a fine line but you'll be ok if you avoid the necklace, earrings and bracelet combo and only wear two of the three. Always match your jewels with those featured on the wedding dress and veil - crystals with crystals, rhinestones with rhinestones, pearls with pearls - and don't forget the cardinal rule of wedding accessories: The more ornate your dress, the simpler your accessories should be.

Hairpins and Headpieces

If you're wearing a wedding veil high on your head, you'll need a tiara to finish the look. Gold-toned or ivory pearl-accented tiaras complement cream and ivory gowns whilst silver-toned, rhinestone or white pearl tiaras best complement pure white gowns.

If you're having a lower placed veil such as one that sits under a bun at the nape of your neck, go for a diamante comb or floral headpiece - they look fantastic. If veils just aren't for you, then experiment with some sparkling hair pieces. Hairpins featuring pearls, crystals or diamantes can be worn with any hairstyle and look stunning and stylish. Check out Wedding Fever, who have a great range of headpieces, jewellery and other wedding accessories.


Fifty years from now, you're going to want your husband to remember how stunning you looked on your wedding day and how sexy you looked on your wedding night. UnderCoverWear in Sydney has an amazing collection of wedding lingerie designed to do just that. UnderCoverWear offers beautiful bustiers, body-hugging basques and strapless corsets that feature slimming, stretch spandex panels that provide all the support you'll need whilst leaving only smooth, clean lines under your dress. Be warned though, the designs are so hot that your groom will want to rip that wedding dress right off you!


You'll be relieved to know that the first priority in finding the right wedding shoes is comfort. If you're in pain, you're not going to enjoy your big day. Shelve the stilettos and go for pair with a 2 1/2 inch heel. You won't have to sacrifice style for comfort with all the gorgeous strappy sandals, pointed-toe slingbacks and kitten heels on the market. Flat, satin ballet shoes make beautiful bridal shoes too.

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