Monday, October 10, 2011

Wedding Day Jewelry for the Groom

Your wedding day is quickly approaching and one of your most important tasks is to select the jewelry you will be wearing on your special wedding day and this includes what your groom will be wearing. While some men really go all out with their jewelry, other men prefer to keep it simple and classic. No matter what your style is, it is important to match or coordinate your pieces so that all of your jewelry flows together.

If you have chosen a yellow gold or white gold wedding band for your groom, then his cuff links, necklace, tie tack, watch and bracelet, if he is wearing all of those, should be all in the same metal as the color of the wedding band.  In other words, don't wear a white gold wedding band with yellow gold cuff links and other jewelry pieces.

If he is going for the classic "clean and simple" look then just wearing his new wedding band and cuff links will suffice. If you want to jazz up your jewelry selection for a more sophisticated flashy look then have him wear his new wedding band, a bracelet or watch, gemstone ring on his right hand, cuff links and even a tie tack to all match or coordinate with one another.

Many brides and grooms choose to have their jewelry match as much as possible and many will select sets of rings. This, of course, is a personal choice and matching your other pieces that you are wearing should be relatively easy if you stay within the same metal colors and simplistic design choices. How much jewelry you wear on your wedding day is really up to you and your groom but for the most part men tend to keep it simple in the choices that they wear.

Selecting the perfect jewelry for your groom is definitely something that he needs to be on board with since he will be wearing it. But by matching your wedding day jewelry selections with your groom, you will find a lot of beautiful choices and you will both look amazing.

by Gregg Nosaji, Contributing Editor for, online retailer of jewelry boxes, jewelry armoires and jewelry related gifts. Gregg is an event consultant and writes about gift ideas and special occasions.

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