Different Types Of Indian Bridal Jewellery That Every Bride-To-Be Must Know
Indian bridal jewelry grabs everyone’s attention with the visual appeal of its intricate designs. However; the actual beauty of the jewellery pieces lies much deeper and is considered a blend of spiritual and cultural essences for the most auspicious and beautiful occasion of a woman’s life.
No woman has such an important occasion in her life as her wedding. This is more for an Indian woman. The Indian bride looks very fabulous in her shiny jewelry set with her special bridal dress. Bridal jewelry reflects the overall appearance of the bride on her Marriage -Day and should be carefully chosen. Thanks to all those pre-wedding ceremonies in India, such as engagement, music ceremony, mehndi ceremony, tilak and more depending on the family tradition. Each ceremony has its own importance and the bride looks no less than a princess with all her adorned costumes and precious jewellery.
Let's have a look at the top South Indian bridal jewellery that is trending this wedding season:
Antique Gold Jewellery
Jewellery crafted in antique finish has become popular in India for its ethnic look and has become an important bridal option.
Mang-tikkas, kadas, waist belts and a heavy gotta-Patti in the neck are making a huge comeback in antique design.
The carvings and temple ornaments give the bride a divine and exquisite appearance. ready to give the bride a million-dollar appearance. The goddess's pendants are studded with precious gemstones stones, uncut diamonds, polkis, carving balls or South Sea pearls as the jewellery looks heavy and gives the bride a distinctly traditional look. waist belt or vaddanam is very popular to show the overall bridal appearance. The favorite design for the pendants is that of Lord Ganesha and Goddess Lakshmi. Check out amazing collections of Temple jewellery with Sri Bhavani Jewels............. Temple necklaces and chokers constitute a significant part of ornaments worn by women to enhance the beauty of their necks and add glory to the wedding. Usage of various precious and semi-precious gemstones and pearls give luster to the necklaces and chokers. These ornaments also symbolize Goddess Lakshmi who is the incarnation of wealth in Hindu mythology.
Diamonds are a girl's best friend. Diamond jewellery with its precious features occupies the most prominent position in Indian weddings. The gorgeous bride in her authentic bling-bling diamond jewellery surprised everyone on her big day. Diamond jewelry goes well with any kind of bridal dress and adds more extravagance to a great occasion.
The beautiful Kundankari was introduced in Rajasthan during the Mogul period and today Kundan jewelry is the most favorite for the bride. The gems and stones are so skillfully set in gold with enamel work that makes the jewellery extremely beautiful. While polka is a raw natural diamond, Kundan is made of glass stone. Heavy chokers with Kundan complete the rich appearance of today's brides.
Polki jewellery is made of uncut natural stones and has a very aristocratic status. Polki jewellery is similar to Kundan and is made by fixing precious gems on gold. The process of crafting polki is almost the same as that of Kundankari, but its difference lies in the stones used. While Kundan jewellery uses glass and precious stones, Polki only uses informal natural diamonds. This makes polki quite expensive. The actual cost of polki jewellery varies depending on the carat of diamond, clarity, finish, the quantity of gold used, etc. Embellished in diamonds, flashing its lustrous charm, Polki continues to transcend time and age. It's best for your marriage collection.
Pachchikam jewellery encompasses various ornaments such as rings, jhumkas, bracelets, necklaces, earrings, chokers and much more. A bride of any country remains incomplete without the exquisite touch of some jewellery pieces which gives her entire get up a majestic look. Bridal jewelry is of such great significance as it not only enhances the beauty of the bride’s attire. See all collections of bridal jewellery at Sri Bhavani Jewels.