We rarely see a bride wearing a wrist watch on her wedding day. Brides usually prefer to wear jewelry or a diamond bracelet, but let us tell you something; you can still wear a wrist watch on your big day and look stylish!
You might ask, why would a bride want to check the time on her wedding? Well, it’s not really about checking the time, but rather a nice touch to your bridal look!
Watches come in many stylish designs that would go perfectly with every bride's look. Here are a few of our favorites…
A vintage watch will give you a more feminine and romantic look, and can be your something old.
Buy a new wrist watch to show off at your wedding, and you can wear it after the wedding is done too.
Ask your mother, grandmother, mother in law or aunt if you could borrow a watch from them. It could also be your something old.
You can find wrist watches in all colors these days. If you have a favorite color then get a watch in that color, or you can have your something blue by getting a watch with blue stones and jewels, or even a blue strap!
2 in 1:
Why not have your wrist watch substitute a bracelet? Wrist watches come in all shapes, sizes, designs, and colors. Look for a watch that is more of a jewelry item than just a plain watch!
His and Hers:
Go on a shopping spree with your fiancé and buy a his and hers or unisex watches, one for him and one for you, to wear on your big day! Want to surprise him? Buy him one as a present!