You may be able to have a bracelet re-worked using older, inherited pieces of jewellery you have, not only can this add sentimental value, but can reduce the cost by reusing some materials. It will be a bracelet which can link you history with your future, and remind you in years to come of your special vows; as unlike your wedding dress it can be worn again and again…The bracelet will look amazing in your wedding photography when you are holding your bouquet. You may also want to look at your wedding dress for inspiration and select some beads or designs that complement your gown. If your wedding has a particular style, such as vintage or a beach wedding then that will help with your decision.
Take into account where you are getting married; is there a symbol, flower or coloured gem that you can incorporate into your jewellery that will remind you of this place? Or you could consider personalising your bracelet with your initials or the date of the big day. Work with a jeweller who can take their time to talk through designs and sketches with you to result in a piece you truly treasure. Some people love the idea of a bespoke piece of jewellery, but struggle for inspiration. The good news is that that is your jewellery designers job; they will happily sit with you and go through ideas and designs.
It's best to have a bracelet that is quite understated and subtle but go for your own personal choice to match your unique style. You may want to invest in a piece that you can then pass on through family generations.