While The Dress is undoubtedly the star of any bride’s wedding day look, adding the right jewellery can really take the ensemble to the next level.

The finishing flourish, the icing on the proverbial cake; W-day jewels can be as bold or understated as you fancy.

If you’re in need of inspiration, look to last year’s two Royal brides. Meghan Markle wore simple bridal jewellery to complement the elegance of her Givenchy gown when she wed Prince Harry on 19th May last year.

Meanwhile Princess Eugenie opted for a pair of diamond and emerald earrings gifted by her groom at her October 2018 nuptials.

Not to mention that breathtaking Greville Emerald Kokoshnik tiara, on loan from her grandmother, the Queen. For brides who don’t have a tiara stored in the family vault, we present our bridal jewellery edit.

You’ll find everything from pretty floral motifs, statement designs and classic gemstones that will stand the rest of time.

If you’re getting hitched on a beach wedding, give a stylish nod to the trend with this handcrafted bangle which features two conch shells set on the gold-plated base.

Complete your bridal look with a statement bracelet like Arabel Lebrusan’s intricate filigree design. This piece has been crafted from 100 per cent recycled silver before being plated with 18ct yellow gold, giving it a brilliant shine.

Sparkle like Markle in a tennis bracelet similar to the style the Duchess wore to her nuptials to Prince Harry last year. While her Cartier original came in at upwards of £135,000, this Sofia Waldorf iteration is much easier on your bank balance.

Sometimes the simplest details can have the biggest impact. Take this classic bracelet, made from freshwater cultured pearls and set on 9ct of white gold. If you love all things pearl be sure check our other edits for the best pearl necklaces and the best pearl earrings. 

Offering a unique yet elegant piece, Kate Spade’s sliced scallops bracelet is a statement design you can stack or wear solo on the Big Day.

Cute, dainty and unobtrusive, this Olivia Burton bow bracelet is the perfect accessory to wear as you tie the knot.

Searching for unique jewels? Head to Liberty of London where you’ll find this beautifully crafted pair of gold and resin pearl earrings by luxury couturier Oscar de la Renta. The clip-on pieces are perfect for un-pierced brides and will dust your shoulders at a length of 8.3cm.

Take your style cues from Princess Eugenie and don emeralds and diamonds as you make your way up the aisle. Freya’s studs aren’t made from actual gemstones but the green and clear cubic zirconia could pass for the real thing to the untrained eye. Set on a base of 18ct gold-plated sterling silver.

Inspired by the beauty of a traditional sailors knot, Boodles’ earrings are set with 0.57ct round-brilliant cut diamonds on 18ct white gold hoops. While they’re on the pricier side, think of them as investment pieces you can wear long after the “I do’s”.

Designed in a timeless pear shape, these pretty 9ct white gold studs will elevate your W-day look, thanks to the antique milgrain details and dazzling diamonds.

Fittingly, these heart-shaped studs are from Barracat’s Étoile de Mon Coeur collection, French for 'star of my heart'. If you’re a bride who wants to shake things up with her accessories, these red-gemstone studs fit the bill. Features embossed detailing and polished gold vermeil.

The house of Vivienne Westwood has a legacy of creating iconic designs, and there’s no one more linked to the British heritage brand than the orb. Reimagined here on drop earring adorned with faux pearls, they’ll make a suitably fashionable addition to any bridal ensemble.

A collab with Marco Panconesi has resulted in these sculptural pearl-studded hoop earrings from Peter Pilotto, who designed Princess Eugenie’s wedding gown. We'd match these with a contemporary gown rather than a traditional wedding dress.

These delicate pair of cuff earrings are designed to curve around the bottom of the lobe, offering a lovely alternative to brides who are looking for a pair of studs to wear on the Big Day.

Match the pink blooms in your bridal bouquet with Marni’s pretty flower drop earrings from the label’s Flora collection. Made with a gold-tone brass stem and cotton petals, each design is finished with a crystal on the end.

Made with 925 Sterling silver and white zirconia studs, Thomas Sabo's studs wrap around the ear lobe, creating a jacket of sorts - hence the name. Wear alone or with additional studs to create a curated bridal ear.

Pearls have been the go-to bridal adornment for decades. For a refreshed take on these timeless jewels, Kendra Scott’s Tessa earrings make a lovely choice. Refined yet bohemian, the pieces comprise a bold pentagon-shaped mother-of-pearl on a base of 14ct gold. We reckon it’s what Ariel would wear if they had online shopping under the sea.

Embellished with Swarovski crystals on silver plated metal, this Jon Richard tiara features loop ends for secure fastening to your bridal hairdo. This is the perfect piece for brides who want to add a subtle sparkle to their look and with a height of 2.5cm, will complement a chic updo as well as romantic waves.

Made with iridescent freshwater pearls, clear beads and round cubic zirconia, this Ivory & Co tiara is inspired by a a garden in full bloom with soft loops mimicking petals and floral accents. It's more traditional than some of the other tiaras in our list and would make a pretty finishing touch to anyone wearing a fuller gown. Use hair coloured grips to fasten the tiara's loops to your head. Dimensions: band 36cm, detail 29cm x 4cm

The gold-plated crystal tiara has the look of a modern Roman laurel wreath thanks to the delicate Florence leaf all around. Finished with round crystal gems, this piece will add sparkle to any wedding day look.

With a flexible arch, this tiara will adjust to every head shape and hairstyle. The beautiful piece is made up of arrangements of pearls and crystals and peak at the centre for a pretty princess vibe.

If you’re of the opinion that Big Day means Big Style, you’ll love this fantasy Grandeur Crown from costume and fine jewellery brand Halo & Co. The bold floral design makes this feel more of a crown than a tiara, but it rests perfectly on the head on a slim head with grip loops at the end for extra security. The piece has been deliberately aged to achieve that alluring vintage look that’s so in vogue right now. Comes with a branded box and dust bag for safe storage.

Fit for a princess, this Royal Tiara from Olivier Laudus is destined to become a family heirloom thanks to its timeless design and Austrian Crystals that shine like genuine diamonds. The tiara stands at 5cm tall at its highest point.

Inspired by nature’s beauty, this bronze leaf and freshwater pearl patterned tiara would finish a Grecian wedding dress in goddess style. Make this piece look even more elegant by adding intricate bridal braids underneath.

Fallon has given the classic pearl necklace an upgrade with the addition of cubic zirconia embellishments, set beneath each luminous orb.

Inject some Art Deco glamour to your look with the help of this Swarovski crystal fan necklace from Butler & Wilson. Fastened with a lobster claw clasp, it's fancy enough to be worn long after you tie the knot.

This stunning pendant, made with 18ct gold plated 925 Sterling silver and white zirconia is an easy way to add sparkle to a strapless gown. Pair with matching earring for the full effect.

If you’re looking to add a little contrast colour to your all-white or ivory outfit, why not do it with your Big Day jewels? We’ve fallen hard for this Kiki pendant, set with green amethyst and diamonds on a yellow gold chain.

A wedding can never have too many flowers. Add some to your look with Pandora’s flower stem bracelet, set with clear cubic zirconia stones. It hangs just below the collarbone and décolleté and is available for next day delivery if you order online before 2.30pm.

Thought to encourage good luck and protection, this silver necklace is both a lucky charm as well as chic bridal accessory. Made with Sterling silver, this piece was originally designed by Links of London as an Ascot outfit essential, but we think the classic silver and diamonds combination makes it oh-so suitable for weddings too.

There are so many pretty details in this necklace, from the pearls set across three stands to the delicate cherry blossom enamel cluster scattered with white diamonds on the right hand side. Coordinate this piece with matching stud earrings to nail aisle style.

Any bride would turn heads in this glittering waterfall necklace from Beaverbrooks. Made with cubic zirconia it has all the allure of real diamonds without the price tag.

Wearing diamonds on your Big Day is easy if you have Apples & Figs Audrey Necklace in your jewellery box. The graceful round cut design is punctuated with subtle drops of pear cut cubic zirconia, making for a dazzlingly beautiful piece of jewellery.

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