Yellow gold is still one of the most popular choices of precious metals – and we can see why. It can make you feel luxurious, but it is important that you know how to tastefully incorporate yellow gold into your wedding day style.
Take into consideration your skin tone. Do you have a warmer skin tone or a mixed skin tone? If so then yellow gold could be a fantastic option for you. If you are on the fairer side you may want to opt for a cooler metal, like platinum or white gold.
The color of your dress should be a consideration as well. If your wedding dress has a warm tone, yellow gold (and maybe bronze/ antique looking jewelry) can be the perfect accoutrement. We love the look of a champagne dress accented with antique gold. Cooler dresses, just like skin tones should consider being paired with jewelry that is on the cooler side of the color scale.
Personal taste. Yes, yellow gold is precious and luxurious, but if you don’t usually wear yellow gold, you shouldn’t wear it on your wedding day. You want to feel like your best self on your wedding day and sometimes straying too far out of the box can distract from that feeling.
Keep it low-key. Be balanced with your use of this gorgeous metal – and remember to match everything with it, from the metals on your clutch purse to the hair accessories you use.