Indian weddings are a celebration. It may amaze some of the western cultures, that how we plan a function which lasts for days and has more than a few thousand guests, to such detail. Every aspect of it is planned and implemented with such ease. When it comes to a girl’s wedding, the planning goes into jewellery and dress aspect too. The bride’s mother takes pride in collecting jewellery for her little doll since her childhood. Jewellery really plays a very important part in the whole celebrations- to show love, affection, and to make the bride look flawless. We are here to tell you the latest jewellery trends to be a gorgeous bride on your D-day. Be it the bride herself, or her mother, all would find this guide very useful.
1. Body jewellery
Body jewellery was prevalent for a very long time- usually as just belts or arm cuffs. However, body jewellery is taking a different turn this wedding season, and is definitely a trend here to stay. Brides can wear such pieces at their cocktail, or reception to stand apart from the crowd. We have picked out this excellent piece on Aditi Rao Hydari.
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2. Animal designs
Animal designs are making it big this wedding season. Peacocks are the usual favourite. Animal designs give your outfit a royal touch. Have a look at these unique designs to inspire you for this wedding season.
Last season was all about the tear drop stones in turquoise and other gems. This season, the bridal jewellery trend is shifted towards jhumkis. They were always the favourites of Indian brides. Here are some really interesting pieces made from delicate pearls and stones along with paisley motifs.
4. Geometric jewellery
Geometric patterns like box designs are making their way to the bridal jewellery too. We think that is a refreshing change from those chokers and diamonds.
5. Tribal designs
Another trend that is turning heads this wedding season is the tribal-inspired jewellery pieces. These statement pieces can be a good addition to your bridal jewellery sets.
6. Temple jewellery
Temple jewellery designs are no more popular only in the southern part of India. Traditional jewellery pieces like matha patti, raani haar, baju bandh, kamar bandh, kanphool,etc. are very much in trend for brides of any region.
7. Italian inspiration
When it comes to designs, nothing is off-limit. Italian-inspired designs are also quite in vogue this wedding season and these would make any bride dazzle and shine.
8. Ear cuffs/kanphools
These amazing kanphools and ear cuffs are a sure head-turner and will make the bride unique and graceful. Adding these to your wedding jewellery can be a good change to the traditional bridal look.