In terms of earrings, studs look good regardless of hairstyle and whilst dangly designs can work with long styles they very look sophisticated with a strapless dress and an up do.
Once you start looking at dresses your quickly deduce that your choices are on going. Wraps are always a popular choice, often made from organza or chiffon they can be brought out for your evening do. To add something extra special consider a contrasting colour which compliments the rest of your day. A wrap is a large rectangular piece of fabric which is worn around the back draped over each arm.
Boleros, again made from chiffon or organza but also often available in the same fabric as your gown. They are worn as a shrug, a short jacket which ends about half way between the bust and waist.
A cape which is about the same length as a bolero, however instead of armholes the fabric simply sits on the shoulders and flows down the back and arms. It can be made from almost any fabric in either a contrasting or similar colour. A cloak is an extension of this and is normally full length with a hood. Both of these look particularly good in a deep velvet for a winter wedding.
Your wedding shoes are a really important purchase, they need to be super comfy as you’ll be in them for a number of hours. Make sure you select something you can walk easily in. Consider the practicalities, the width and height of the heel and whether you need an ankle strap to hold your foot in place. Then consider the style, do you want slip-ons, wedges, sandals, pointed toes etc.