Being almost every woman’s favorite, the semi-precious gemstone pearl is known for its beauty and the sense of serenity it beholds. From being intricately woven into fine jewellery pieces to being stitched & embedded onto clothes & shoes and being responsible for amping up the wedding decor game, the innovative use of pearls is definitely diversified and breathtaking.
Further widening the spectrum, we’ve spotted pearls being incorporated in Indian weddings too and in so many different and unique ways.
If you’re someone who’s a sucker for pearls and would want their elegance to add that extra grace to your bridal jewellery, outfit, accessories or even the wedding decor, then keep scrolling down and see how you too can celebrate the quintessence of pearls for your wedding.
Ladies, the most basic of ways is to wear your pearls. Be it your matha pattis or mang tikkas, your naths or earrings or neckpieces, go ahead, experiment and choose the right kind of pearl jewellery and flaunt it.
And how about wearing pearl kadas along with your choodas or kaleeras with pearls?
Or such pretty floral & pearl jewellery?
And better yet, make your man wear ‘em pearls with his sherwani or as an embellishment in his safa!
Brideys, suit yourself a pearl embellished lehenga or if you don’t want to go OTT then have a dupatta with pearl edging or maybe a latkan?
Bridal footwear or juttis embedded with pearls? Yay!
And of course, pearl studded bags and clutches for your d-day or your bridal trousseau are a must have.
Ditch those flowers and heavy brooches and don and decorate those pretty hairstyles with dainty little pearls.
Pearl stringed jaimala designs are just too exquisite to skip!
What a great combo isn’t it? Having your cakes and desserts decorated with pearls? Or better yet, edible pearls? Yummm.
Pearls can be used in innumerable ways in your wedding decor. See for yourself. (some real inspiration out here)