There are a few months left for your wedding day and the workload is immense, right? Don’t worry! We have got your back. There is a wide variety of jewellery you can choose from- Kundan, Polki, Meenakari, Jadau and many more! Wedding Affair brings to you the must-have jewellery every bride should have in her trousseau.
Maang Tikka And Matha Patti
The first and the foremost thing that a bride has to decide is the type Maang Tikka that is going to suit her and whether she wants to adorn her forehead with a Maatha Patti or not. Let us give you some tips and tricks. If you have a large forehead and a big face, you should go for a heavy Tikka and Broad Maatha Patti. If you have a small face and forehead, you can opt for something subtle and delicate like a Chaandbali. The Indian Bridal look is incomplete without a Maang Tikka.
There is a wide range of Necklaces that a bride can choose from, for her special day depending upon the neckline of her blouse. One of the most trending of them are Chokers. They look totally gorgeous if you are wearing a deep or a round-neck blouse. If you want to keep your look traditional, you can go for the traditional Rajasthani “Aadh Necklace.” You can even opt for a “Temple Necklace.” If you want to keep the look classy, you can choose between Polki and Kundan. The millennial brides are wearing matching jewellery with their outfits these days. If you are one of them, you can go for Meenakari, in which the jewellery moulds are filled with colourful enamels. Don’t forget to wear a Rani Haar, if you want to have a regal look. A Rani Haar is an additional long necklace worn apart from your set which gives a royal touch to the look.
You cannot forget to complete your look without Earrings, can you? Earrings are a must to add to your charm. They are usually matched with the neckpiece that you’re wearing. You have to keep in mind to wear something which is not too heavy for your earlobes to carry.
These days, the traditional bangles that an Indian bride wears, known as “Chooda,” come in a wide range of colours. You can match it according to your outfit and other jewellery. Apart from it, you can wear Polki bangles that are embedded with uncut diamonds, to bespangle your hand.
Rings and Haathphool
Apart from your very precious engagement ring, you can wear other rings as well. You can even embellish your hands with a pretty hathphool to add to the beauty of your henna hands.
A nose ring or a “Nath” is a must for an Indian bride to complete her look. You don’t have to worry about getting your nose pierced. Clip-on Nose rings are readily available in the market.
If you want to look like the queen that you are, from head to toe, don’t forget to adorn your feet with toe-rings and payals.