If you've picked out your wedding  dress, your shoes, and even your bridal hair and makeup, there are only a couple of last details (as far as your look goes!) to obsess over, namely the jewels. Do you opt for statement pieces? Delicate add-ons? A touch of something blue ? And what will it all look like when you put on the veil, the rings, the shoes ?
While we don't have a crystal ball to tell you exactly what you'll look like on your wedding  day, we can offer a few suggestions. Based on these real weddings, we've curated 26 gorgeous ways to wear your wedding jewelry. Some are truly traditional, others are a bit whimsical, and some completely unexpected. But how you'll wear yours is entirely up to you. Soak up the inspiration when you scroll.
Deliver some high shine
Don't be afraid to go big with your earrings, especially when your necklace keeps you from adding on a big necklace.
Photo by Cluney Photo  via Style Me Pretty 
Layer your bracelets
Just like an arm party, curate a set of delicate bracelets that complement each other.
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Pile on the jewels
Adding layers of pearls, a cocktail ring, and pretty drop earrings furthers the romantic vibe.
Photo by Kurt Boomer  via Style Me Pretty 
Frame your face
A set of jaw-dropping earrings is the perfect way to draw the attention to you and compensate for any exposed neckline.
Photo by Gina Meola Photgraphy  via Style Met Pretty 
Opt for a matching set
A matching necklace and earrings offers a classically beautiful bridal look.
Photo by Elizabeth Messina  via Style Me Pretty 
Try adorning your hand
Your hand will be in the spotlight from the ceremony through the reception with everyone admiring your wedding  band. Give them something else to look at with a truly unique handcuff.
Photo by Koman Photography  via Style Me Pretty 
Play off your dress
Capitalize on gorgeous details on your dress, like embroidery or a contrasting hue with jewels that hint at that same palette or similar feel.
Photo by Nataliya Studios  via Style Me Pretty 
Add your something blue
Display your bit of blue  where everyone can see it with a cool, cobalt-hued bracelet.
Photo by Taylor Barnes Photography  via Style Me Pretty 
Opt for delicate shine
If you're not the statement-necklace wearing type, a delicate bit of sparkle can amp up a bare neckline just as nicely.
Photo by Justin & Mary  via Style Me Pretty 
Use an accent color
It doesn't have to be blue; feel free to add interest with small pops of color on your earrings or necklace.
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Go for the eclectic
Find a necklace with personality — this one's unique stones make it feel very unusual and special.
Photo by Ken Kienow Photgraphy via Style Me Pretty 
Show your personality
Don't feel like you have to subscribe to the classics just because it's your wedding  day and succumb to the traditional bridal pearls, if that's not your thing. Instead, look for pieces with modern updates that speak to who you are.
Photo by Xavier Navarro  via Style Me Pretty 
Double up on the shine
Just because you're wearing a beautiful pair of earrings doesn't mean you can't add hair accessories, too. Play off the same gemstones and metals to coordinate.
Photo by Christian Oth Studio  via Style Me Pretty 
Know when to go delicate
With a precious necklace, a statement necklace would be too much. This bride added a delicate gold piece as the perfect complement.
Photo by Velvetine Photography  via Style Me Pretty 
Add an element of surprise
Make use of an open back as a surprising place to wear your jewels.
Source: Frank Amodo Photography 
Add a little hidden shine
You might not even be able to see how a hair clip affects your bridal style, but when you see pictures, you'll notice just how special that little bit of sparkle made your look.
Source: Greybird Galleries, LLC 
Play on tradition
Incite drama with a play on tradition, like embracing a pearl necklace with lots of layers.
Photo by Lauren Wakefield Photography  via Style Me Pretty 
Add an interesting cuff
Forgo the typical glitz in favor of a unique add-on, like this floral cuff.
Photo by Stephanie Yonce Photography  via Style Me Pretty 
Show off your monogram
Personalize your jewels with your new monogram — what better way to show it off than on your wedding  day?!
Photo by Marianne + Joe At Marianne Wilson Photography  via Style Me Pretty 
Try something entirely new
If you've thought about going barefoot, consider this: adorn your feet with pretty jewels, because even when you're barefoot on your wedding  day, you should feel special.
Photo by The Nichols  via Green Wedding Shoes 
Embrace a little color
A splash of rainbow hues against your white gown will make the look that much more high impact.
Photo by This Love of Yours Photography  via Style Me Pretty 
Let the details shine
A rhinestone cuff like this is sure to capture the attention of your wedding-day crowd.
Photo by D'Arcy Benincosa Photography  via Style Me Pretty 
Make a statement
If you love the bling, don't be afraid to go for it with a sparkly bib necklace that's ideal for a strapless neckline.
Photo by Paperlily Photography  via Desi Baytan Photography  via Style Me Pretty 
Keep it chic
If you're opting for a sophisticated look with a high neckline, make your earrings count.
Photo by Liz Banfield  via Style Me Pretty 
Don't shy away from whimsy
If your wedding  theme, like this one, involves a bit of fantasy, don't be afraid to embrace it. Her ruby-red bow will make her bridal look infinitely more memorable.
Photo by Analisa Joy  via Green Wedding Shoes