Bridal Jewellery: Shop your way through

After the gruesome year of weddings being cancelled and postponed, when would-be brides were
not able to show the full glory of their wedding attire, 2021 seems to be a promising one.

As the vaccines roll out, limitations pertaining to weddings have been relaxed. Brides are out on the streets, searching markets for that one piece that amplifies their entire look.

Since the time of yore, Wedding Jewellery has been a part of Indian customs and traditions. The
beautiful pieces of jewellery symbolize social status, power, and the personal beauty of the bride.

Besides, it brings out the sheer elegance and pride while making way for the beautiful princess in
you Knowing what is hot and what is not can save a lot of time and effort before you plan your next jewellery buying escapades.

2021: Latest jewellery trends are here!

Bridal jewellery is that aspect of a bride’s attire that not only enhances her wedding dress but also
takes her beauty to the next level. Our ‘head to toe’ trends will give some amazing, trendy jewellery
ideas for your grand wedding day.

Check out some of the jaw-dropping bridal jewellery trends which you need to match with your chic lehenga or saree to compliment the look and be a trendsetter this year.

Adorable diamond choker sets with pastel shades

Diamonds are women’s best friends and evergreen pieces of jewellery for every bride. If you are still thinking that diamond jewellery will run out of style, don’t worry. Relax and invest your big bucks on the scintillating stones.

The beautiful shades of pastel shall remain trendy this year. Go ahead, pamper yourself with pale
emerald drop
details and other pastel gemstones accentuated choker to add a little hint of colours to the sparkling beauty.

Maharani style multi-layered necklaces with pearls and rubies for giving a modern look

Multi-layer necklaces are not just a new game changer but they have slowly made their way into
ethnic Indian bridal accessories. These minimal pieces of layered gemstones are enough to showcase luxury and make you feel like a queen. The multi-string beaded side brooch pearl layered necklace is expected to be the favourite bridal neckpiece for 2021.

The love for antique temple ‘necklace set’ is never-ending

Since times immemorial, temple jewellery has been an important part of the South Indian bride’s
trousseau. Nowadays, the brides are pairing the traditional temple necklace sets with drop pearls and studded precious stones like ruby, emerald and sapphires. The temple jewellery looks royal and elegant when paired with a Kanjeevaram saree.

Gemstones Cuff bracelets for a stylish bride

These dainty hand accessory with intricate designs are fashionable and considered traditionally
auspicious. Pair up your bridal lehenga with opulent bracelets adorned with diamonds and
to shine out with a minimalistic yet scintillating attire.

Versatile Large Rings

This has been one of the recent trends for the brides-to-be. These large rings are made out of white, yellow and rose gold, studded with precious gemstones. Many brides also prefer wearing pure antique gold rings on their wedding day.

Glittering Chandbalis

Chandbalis have been one of the most loved bridal accessories of all time. Designed to suit the taste and luxury of modern women, they got their name from the moon’. Moon-shaped chandbalis with hanging pearls are the trendiest. You can also pair up your colourful gemstones studded chandbalis with the matching colour of the lehengas or saree.

Big Floral Maang-tikka

Today, maang-tikkas are all about big, loud and elaborated designs. This is one sweet piece of
jewellery which brings the local traditional touch to the bride’s overall attire. Kundan designs with motifs carving and floral touch have been the most favourite maang-tikka this year. Mix and match your favourite maang-tikka and you are good to go.

The Royal And Vintage Look Of Matha-Patti

Another traditional wedding jewellery is making its way back to the weddings- The Matha-Patti. It is a traditional beaded or stone-embedded jewellery worn on the forehead. Golden Kundan mattha-Pattis are good pieces for small head coverage, Whereas, for broader coverage, the bride can also experiment with the ones with layered Kundan. You may also try looking for these in designs of diamond, gold, floral and Polki designs

Delicate Naths

Modern brides love massive and bold naths decorated with diamond, rubies and wrapped in gold.
Some brides also preferring smaller ones, which does not cover the face entirely.

Beautiful Diamond Bangles

Brides love to mix and match their favourite gold and diamond bangles decorated with Kundan,
floral designs and motifs
to put an accent on other jewellery pieces. Brides often choose Haath
, which are hand decorations that are subtler with pearls and a bit of gold on their fingers and around their wrists.

Stunning Kundan Anklets

A bridal anklet is one of the most important pieces of jewellery according to Indian culture. Keeping in mind the tradition and designs, brides are opting for heavy anklet designs and pajebs studded with gemstones and colourful Kundan work. Go get yourself an anklet with a toe ring as per your style.

Excited for you next jewellery shopping spree? Don’t forget to share your views in the comment
section below. We would love to hear from you.

Are you looking for a complete bridal jewellery for your D-day? We at JD Solitaire offer it all to you.

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Author: Mr. Sanjay Kalsi, Gemologist, Founder of JD Solitaire.
Contact No.: – 9810010950

Posted On: July 22, 2022

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