Matthew Barroccu from Diamond Centre Wales reveals how you can choose standout jewellery without overpowering your dress.
"If chosen wisely, your jewellery can be one of your most valuable purchases. Unlike your cake and flowers, your accessories can be used several times over the years and passed on as family heirlooms.
"Earrings make wonderful presents from the groom-to-be. If you've already bought some, then why not dress them with diamond jackets?
"Opt for a simple solitaire pendant, and if you'd like to add a bit of sparkle, thread it through a diamond chain.
"Bracelets placed on delicate chains are very striking. Alternatively, if you're looking for something more extravagant, then a tennis version is sure to be a crowd-pleaser."
To find out more, visit www.diamondcentrewales.com
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