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How To Choose Your Wedding Jewellery?

Weddings are a one-time moment in life. Every bride wants to look like the most delightful bride. As the wedding season is here and if you are the new bride-to-be then you must have started thinking about your dress and jewellery. In India, jewellery is the most important thing a bride wears. Indian Wedding Jewellery can enhance the entire bridal look. So it is necessary to have a traditional and chic pair of wedding jewellery so that your classic wedding dress can look mesmerising.

Indian bridal jewellery has high self-esteem for its rich cultural heritage and tangled design. For years, different types of jewellery came into the market. Too many varieties make it difficult for a bride to choose what to wear and what not to. In this trendy world, it become more intimidating. And during wedding preparation jewellery is not only the concern, along with it choosing mandap decor, bridal lehenga, bridal cosmetics, bridal hairstyles and so on.

At your own wedding, you have the right to look the chic and royal bride of all. And it is not possible without perfect bridal jewellery which will suit your beautiful wedding lehenga. Deciding Shadi-ke-gehne is a big task and needed proper knowledge. Jewellery is the most powerful thing in the whole wedding look. Let’s a detailed idea about which wedding jewellery can you choose for your big day.

Different kinds of Indian Bridal Jewellery

Polki Jewellery

Polki Jewellery includes raw and uncut diamonds set in a mould. As the Polki diamonds are raw it seems to be brighter. The polished gold foil at the back makes the diamonds more lustrous. Polki jewellery has existed since the Mughal era.

Green Kundan Polki Necklace Set With Designer Earrings - Royal Necklace


Kundan Jewellery

Kundan Jewellery is made of stones and glass set in a mould of silver and gold. The back is made of Meenakari. The stones which are used in this jewellery are precious or semi-precious. Kundan jewellery looks like Polki jewellery but it has a lesser shine as it is made of glass stones.

Mahogany Kundan Necklace Set


Meenakari Jewellery

Meenakari Jewellery consists of all jewellery that is made by filing gold moulds or frames with Meena. The frames are made of different patterns and complex designs. It usually takes inspiration from flora and fauna. The jewellery is coated with colourful enamels and gets a shiny glassy look.

Red Colour Meenakari Necklace Set with Maangtikka & Earrings


Temple Jewellery

Temple Jewellery is gold jewellery meant to adorn the temple deities. Temple jewellery has become an important factor in South Indian weddings. It is made of pure gold. Temple jewellery pieces are always enhanced with emeralds, rubies, and even diamonds. The design mostly consists of motifs of different deities.

Antique Gold Plated Temple Necklace Set


Gold Jewellery

Gold Jewellery is very famous as Indian bridal jewellery in many parts of India but mostly in West Bengal. This is the Bengali bride’s first choice as her wedding jewellery. From necklaces to earrings, from nath to bangles, Bengali brides choose gold jewellery as all their wedding accessories.

Traditional 18k Gold Plated Choker Necklace Set


Diamond Jewellery

Diamonds are the most attractive thing for girls. As the name suggests, diamond jewellery is made of diamonds. Many Indian brides choose Polki, Kundan, and Gold jewellery. But if you want to make your big day minimalistic then flaunting in diamond jewellery will be the best option.

Baby Pink American Diamond Necklace Set - Maharani Haar

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