It is said that women are the most beautiful on their wedding day. Indian brides are embellished with gorgeous jewellery that amplifies their wedding lehenga and creates a spellbinding look. This is why Bridal jewellery is an indispensable part of Indian weddings. Bridal jewellery in India is celebrated with an elaborate and symbolic meaning behind every ornament worn by the bride.
You can exponentially beautify your lehenga with the right bridal jewellery. Bridal Jewellery is the blend of several unique and beautiful ornaments in harmony to augment your wedding charm. You can assemble several ornaments into your bridal look that will make you the highlight of the evening by including necklaces, raani-haar, earrings, kamr-bandh (waistband), Nath (nose ring), Maangteeka, bangles, antique rings, Payal (anklet) etc. This assortment of jewellery is a must for all the brides and the bride should not settle for less.
When choosing the ideal jewellery set, most brides are concerned about pairing it with their wedding lehenga. But bridal pieces of jewellery are much more than that. It should not only match with your lehenga but also with the design of the blouse and the outlook of your wedding theme. Apart from this, a bride has to consider her complexion and face shape to choose the most appropriate wedding jewellery. A tiny mismatch can make you feel less important and it should be avoided at all costs. For dusky brides, heavy gold or pearl embellished jewellery is perfect. For fair brides, diamond and pearl work charms. Even Platinum adornments work out in a good way for a white tone. If you absolutely want to wear gold bridal jewellery, pick something less flashy as it won’t draw attention from the bride’s face.
To get the most out of your bridal look, ask your Indian jeweller to add intricate work in your jewellery with pearls or Kundan that mirrors your lehenga. And if you are the extravagant bride, then embellish your wedding look with all diamond wedding jewellery. It will significantly highlight and will give the royal maharani look you aspire for. The iconic red wedding lehenga that you have picked works out perfectly with the glimmering diamond stone-studded jewellery for that wow factor. If you are feeling rather adventurous, Polki Kundan Choker pieces of jewellery additionally blend well and coordinate with the traditional Maang Tikka and Nath. For that total spellbound wedding look, a saree with silver Zari looks delightful with precious diamond jewellery while a red saree with gold intricate work goes best with gold jewellery.
Bridal jewellery should not be taken lightly. The bride is decorated with valuable jewellery on her big day and that represents power, a refined status and the traditional values our Indian culture has to offer. It is the dream of every bride to be bejeweled with the finest jewellery that matches her bridal lehenga and binds the entire look because it is a once in a lifetime event for her.