Beads For A One-Of-A-Kind Wedding: Understanding the Bridal Color Palette
Finding the right theme for a wedding is one hurdle for the bride. The second hurdle is finding the appropriate jewelry to go with the wedding's theme and the bride's ensemble. Assigning color palettes forbeads is an excellent way to keep the jewelry breathtaking and on par with the bride.
The Folkloric Color Palette
Folkloric weddings are still common amongst those who want to keep their heritage an integral part of their new family. Irish folklore weddings are gorgeous and striking homages to the spirit of dignity and rich tradition.
Earthy toned color patterns combined with shiny beads reminds guests of fairy tales, the Aran Islands, and the shimmering courage of the Irish people.
Beads that represent nature are a key part of retelling Irish lore. Dark Amethyst bugle beads recreate a showstopping braided necklace accompanied with agate blood green beads scattered throughout.
Teardrop emerald beads as the centerpieces for classic hook earrings intensify devotion and an attachment to nature. Emeralds engage the mind to focus on renewal.
To magnify an eclectic twist adorn the wrists with orange Swarovski beads. Orange in folklore has a number of meanings! Autumn, Halloween and passionate botanical symbolism.
Pinkish light rose beads blooming out of your jewelry ties it all back to femininity and romance.
Of course, these color palettes are interchangeable.
Romantic and Gothic Color Palette
Romantic and gothic color palettes are usually deeply hued to invoke drama and compelling emotions during the union. The color palettes for both are essentially similar. Working around the palette in order to tweak away at hues that need lighter and darker tones should be considered.
Red beads are commonly associated with rubies. The dazzling ruby gemstone has a multifaceted history throughout ceremonies of every faith. Ruby red bicone faceted beads marvelously become the centerpiece of romantic and gothic bridal jewelry.
Tiered necklaces that use garnet fire polished beads contrasted with dark amethyst bugles shapes a gorgeous piece that passes down from generation to generation.
Day and night color palettes use black and white beads. Jet black faceted beads with snake tube spacersand ruby beads produce an eclectic design.
Classically Pearlized Color Palette
A traditional color and texture palette consisting of pearlized beads is a bridal jewelry favorite for any season!
A classic graduated pearl necklace using steel-blue pearls and cream freshwater pearls is a vintage look with a modern twist of your choice. Add sparkling green pearls or light pink pearls for studs and even rings! By using the pearlized color palette, the creations are endless.
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