Amidst all the new bridal trends we get to witness every other day, none makes us go weak in the knees like bridal jewellery. Which is why we're never done spotting & brimming you with all the possible jewellery inspiration. Right from putting forth some authentic temple jewels, noteworthy meenakari baubles, elaborate maang tikkas to elegant floral jewellery designs, we've always spoilt you for choices. And this time around too we've got something for you! While digging the internet in search of something new & bridal, we got our hands on a couple of photos of brides wearing unique colours in their bridal jewellery & we already knew it has to be shared with you! So we compiled them into a blog! There are a lot of fresh & offbeat colours like indigo, powder blue, orange, lilac and many more that we spotted on our real brides. Drive through these eccentric picks enlisted below and tell us how you like them!
Most Stunning Real brides who wore unique colours in their Bridal Jewellery
1. Hues of Greens *Not just emeralds*
This bride added a pop of colour to her elegant baby pink bridal lehenga with a scintillating multi-layered emerald rani haar, a diamond choker, a dazzling pair of jhumkas and an elaborate maang tikka.
Shot by Cinewire, Delhi
We're majorly hearting over this bride's jadau polki bridal jewellery all detailed with emeralds. Right from the bespoke jhoomar to the layered necklace, each piece is exceptionally beautiful!
Source Immense Vision
Isn't this bride's voguish diamond necklace detailed with floral motifs, pearls, moss green meena, and beads a unique pick?
Shot by Colorblind production, Delhi
This bride's multi-layered paisley chained polki haar with light-colored emerald stones is sure to help you grab a few eyeballs on your D-day.
Source Flawless by Zareen
Make a fashionable statement on your wedding by pairing your bridal attire with a multi-layered kundan collar and a precious stone studded rani haar, just how this bride did!
Source Lilac Weddings
This huge polki necklace detailed with precious aventurines is breathtakingly stunning and giving us all the princessy feels!
Makeup by Jasmeet Kapany Hair & Makeup, Delhi
Want something unique yet elegant as your bridal jewellery? Then get yourself a pretty choker set in green stones with a matching multi-layered precious stone haar studded with polki floral motifs and a huge pendant in the centre. (So Beautiful!)
Shot by DotDusk studios, Delhi
Don't settle with the usual colors and pick something as distinctive as this spectacular kundan princess necklace & earrings set adorned with moss green semi-precious stones. The bride perfectly teamed it with her yummy pink lehenga and so can you!
A polki choker with fancy sickle-shaped hangings and a layered diamond haar featuring onyx gemstones & pearls can make for a great jewellery combination. And we couldn't agree more after we saw this bride wearing it on her wedding day!
Shot by Red Veds, Chandigarh
Take your jewellery game a notch above by pairing an uncut-diamond choker with a multiple stringed haar all woven in delicate green gemstones. Look how well these complement with the bride's attire!
Shot by Through the barrel, Delhi
Emeralds never looked so prettier to us until we came across this bride's wedding day look! She fashioned her rani pink lehenga with a diamond & emerald choker along with a matching princess necklace.
Source Artfoto Studios
If you want an all decked up look, this heavy choker set decorated with green tourmalines can be a go-to option. It looks super elegant and we love how those shining tourmalines are adding all the charm to her look.
Source Hriya Marfatia
Here's yet another bride wearing a beautiful colour in her bridal jewellery! She opted to style a minimal polki choker and a striking multi-layered beaded haar embedded with polkis with her classi red lehenga.
Source Mehar Photography
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2. Pretty Pinks
This gorgeous bride ditched the classics and opted for a blush pink enamelled collar set to pair with her moss green Sabyasachi lehenga and we are taking all the inspiration from her!
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Enhancing her bridal look to multi-folds, this bride clad herself in a gorgeous polki necklace, pretty pair of jhumkis, a chandbali tikka and a multi-chained passa with delicate pink beaded deets!
Makeup by Makeup by Tripti Malhotra, Chandigarh
3. Lust-worthy Lilacs
After spotting brides raising the experimental meter in lavenders and lilacs, we've now stumbled upon a few brides who included the raging colour in their bridal jewellery too. While some infused the magic of tourmalines to their bespoke bridal necklaces, others picked fancy enamelled jhumkas to pair with their outfits.
Popular actress Amrit Puri too paired her ivory lehenga with a heavy bridal necklace done with polkis and lilac tourmalines for her Anand Karaj
Source Brides of Sabyasachi
4. Marvellous Maroons
This bride pulled off a larger-than-life maang tikka featuring maroon enamelling and deep maroon gemstones with her tangerine bridal ensemble and we just can't stop swooning over her!
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If you don't want to wear those rani haars yet feel like a maharani on your wedding day, this alluring collar necklace woven in maroon beads and polkis is all that you need. Also, take cues from this pretty bride on how she paired a bold colour with her fuchsia pink lehenga so flawlessly!
Source Aanal Savaliya
To add a dash of colour to her otherwise simplistic ivory and gold bridal lehenga, this charming bride donned a huge kundan collar necklace & maang tikka detailed with maroon precious gemstones.
Source Simmy Makwana
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5. Refreshing Blues
If there's one colour that has become the most preferred choice amongst the brides for their bridal jewellery, it is the ever-raging powder blue. Brides are religiously swearing by this hep colour and infusing it in their wedding day look in some or the other ways. Check out some of our favourite brides who donned this phenomenal colour in their bridal jewellery and looked adorable AF!
Source Shahid Naar
Makeup by Makeup By Smita, Lucknow
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Shot by Knotting Bells, Mumbai
Another eccentric color that is having a major moment in the bridal fashion scenes is turquoise blue and these brides are proof! While one donned a gorgeous bib necklace enamelled with turquoise blue on her mehndi ceremony, the other picked a beauteous collar set in the same color to pair with her wedding ensemble. Which one do you like more?
Source Ritika Kadam
This bride went out of the box and paired her midnight blue lehenga with a not-so-usual polki necklace adorned with sapphires on the edges.
Source Elve Studio
6. Striking Indigos
This bride's exquisite bridal jewels completed with polkis, pristine pearls and indigo colored precious-stones scream elegance! They are every bit unique and are adding oodles of charm to the bride's look.
Shot by CoolBluez photography, Delhi
Here's another lovely bride who is trending on the internet for all the right reasons! Right from her monotone wedding attire, remarkable floral hairstyle to fresh & clean makeup, everything is on point. However, what steals the most attention is definitely her huge polki necklace amped up with emeralds, pearls and indigo-hued precious stones.
7. Scintillating Golds
This glamorous bride donned a ravishing all gold bib necklace on her wedding day and it's everything pretty. It has got winsome chandbali adornments along with dainty pearl droppings.
Source Simran Takkar
Who wouldn't fall for this bride's polki necklace & elaborate maang tikka all enhanced with light & fancy leafy details? It is going so well with her pink and gold wedding outfit.
Source Mehar Photography
Teaming her custom-made blush pink Kresha Bajaj lehenga with a golden uncut diamond choker, a layered polki haar and matching jhumkas, this bride simply rocked her wedding day look.
Source Kresha Bajaj
8. Dazzling Oranges
Our real bride Hirangi too ditched the usual emeralds for her bridal jewellery and instead paired her classic red Anita Dongre lehenga with a gorgeous polki collar set outlined with orange enamelled droppings.
Source Isha Shukla