The tradition and culture of any state are easily reflected in the wedding culture and it’s jewellery. So when talking about weddings, jewelry forms an integral part of the tradition and the culture. In south India, you will see everyone wearing gold in some form or the other.
Not to mention, any south Indian brides would make heads turn with their elegant looks and mesmerizing ancient temple jewelry. Adorned in beautifully crafted fashion jewellery pieces from head to toe, the bride is the center of attraction at south Indian weddings. Here are 5 prominent Bridal Jewellery pieces that are handcrafted by Arjunaa Vara jewellers, which embodies the beautiful south Indian bride.
Arjunaa Vara jewellers
Backed by a multi-generational legacy of over six decades in the business of jewellery, Arjunaa Jewellers was conceptualized for everytginb precious, bringing together a range of offerings from gold, silver and other precious metal, to the widest available range of coloured stones and gemstones. They place utmost emphasis on ensuring quality at the same time, making beautiful, handcrafted luxury jewellery which look and feel like a dream. The brand’s had always stood by it’s promise of ‘Accuracy in Design’ making them a go to jeweller for any wedding.
Oddiyanam / Hip Belt
This Oddiyanam, made of gold with intricate designs by Arjunaa vara jewellers, is the perfect piece to be worn around the hip. This ornament not only increases the grace of the bride and highlights the grace of the bride with modern broader picking up this beautiful piece, Oddiyanam has become more than a wedding accessory it’s become a regular even on wedding or other traditional functions.
Vanki / Armlets
Vanki or armlets are worn on arms. These usually ‘V’ shaped armlets have an exclusive design in the center and delicately carved peacocks or florals on the sides. This is a mandatory bridal wedding jewellery piece to own from Arjunaa Vara jewellery.
There are multiple variations and designs for the jimki earrings that the bride wears. It can be chosen as per an individual’s preference or you can go for a traditional style. But the essence is that the bridal look is incomplete without these beautiful jumikis earrings.
It looks like a trail highlighting the beautiful brides hair plait, worn on the braided hair in an entangled design and there is a Kunjam at the end of braid.it completes the look of every south indian bride.
When used with bigger Harams during party and marriage functions, it attracts people with its magnificent artwork. Coin necklace or kasumala is always the preferred jewelry design for all traditional or special occasions. The necklace is made up of high quality material with superior Gold Plated finish that will suit all skin type and will not harm your skin even in a long run