Wedding Jewellery Essentials
Wedding Jewellery is a very important part
of the overall look for the bride. An Indian
Bride is adorned with jewellery fr...
If it is a daytime wedding, then it is advisable
to wear light wedding jewellery as too much
jewellery can make a bride lo...
In case of theme weddings, where everything
including the wedding dress and decor is
coordinated according to a particular...
Wedding Dress
Wedding jewellery must be coordinated with
the wedding dress. Whether you choose a
kundan set or a heavy gold set, it must...
Personal Choice
It is perfectly fine to wear simple, elegant
designs that enhance your personality on the
wedding day. Light jewellery is ...
Prefer Diamond Over Gold
According to the latest trends, a bride should
prefer diamond jewellery to gold, and even if
gold is used, a platinum fini...
Complete Traditional Bridal
Jewellery
The traditional complete look includes a
heavy and ornate necklace
set, bangles, finger rings, bracelets, earrings
(jhumki...
Family Tradition
In traditional Indian weddings,family
heirlooms are passed on to the bride at the
time of the wedding. The bride needs to ...
Ensure Good Quality
Be careful and ensure that you buy all
hallmarked jewellery from a trusted and
well-reputed jeweller: it is an asset for a...
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Wedding Jewellery Essentials

  1. 1. Wedding Jewellery Essentials
  2. 2. Wedding Jewellery is a very important part of the overall look for the bride. An Indian Bride is adorned with jewellery from head to toe on the wedding day. Here are some essentials to keep in mind while selecting the right jewellery.
  3. 3. If it is a daytime wedding, then it is advisable to wear light wedding jewellery as too much jewellery can make a bride look garish and gaudy. You can wear heavy kundan sets for night weddings when the glare of the sun is replaced by the charming moonlight. You could also opt for lighter and simpler jewellery for pre-wedding ceremonies and heavy sets with elaborate detailing and intricate designs for the main wedding.
  4. 4. In case of theme weddings, where everything including the wedding dress and decor is coordinated according to a particular theme, wearing traditional heavy jewellery can be awkward. For instance, beach weddings do not need heavy jewellery and simple diamond studs around the neck and in the ears are a good choice. In case of summer weddings, brides can wear pearls matching their wedding dress.
  5. 5. Wedding Dress
  6. 6. Wedding jewellery must be coordinated with the wedding dress. Whether you choose a kundan set or a heavy gold set, it must look good when worn with the wedding dress. Traditional gold jewellery is best suited for brides who wear silk sarees for their wedding.
  7. 7. Personal Choice
  8. 8. It is perfectly fine to wear simple, elegant designs that enhance your personality on the wedding day. Light jewellery is fine as long as it is well coordinated and looks beautiful with the wedding dress.
  9. 9. Prefer Diamond Over Gold
  10. 10. According to the latest trends, a bride should prefer diamond jewellery to gold, and even if gold is used, a platinum finish looks much better. You can also opt for designer or customised jewelleryin platinum or diamond, depending on the budget.
  11. 11. Complete Traditional Bridal Jewellery
  12. 12. The traditional complete look includes a heavy and ornate necklace set, bangles, finger rings, bracelets, earrings (jhumki), tikka, hath panja, armlet (baaju bandh), nose ring (nath), mangalsutra, anklets, toe rings, waistband (kamar bandh), kaleere, jewelled brooches, etc, typically in gold.
  13. 13. Family Tradition
  14. 14. In traditional Indian weddings,family heirlooms are passed on to the bride at the time of the wedding. The bride needs to be prepared in advance to coordinate the family heirlooms with the rest of her wedding attire.
  15. 15. Ensure Good Quality
  16. 16. Be careful and ensure that you buy all hallmarked jewellery from a trusted and well-reputed jeweller: it is an asset for a lifetime.

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