One of the most marvellous detail that is unique to each and every bride is the jewellery that adorns her. Now, most North Indian brides stick to their traditional Kundan and Polki sets for a number of reasons; the variety, its versatility, and how it radiates a certain grandiosity. While a lot of South Indian brides would choose all gold jewellery as it compliments the auspicious white and red.
These choices may be all the rage now but remember, diamonds will always be a girl’s best friend! Diamond necklace sets are the perfect option for brides who would want to accessorize their necks with timeless, delicate diamonds which are perfect if you want to avoid that OTT look. Diamonds are often paired best with their exquisite gemstone-counterparts like rubies, sapphires and emeralds.
Bibs, chokers and even grand rani haars are some beautiful options a bride could choose from to pair with her bridal trousseau, but sometimes even a dainty diamond pendant can get the job done! Check out these designs inspired by real brides.
When it comes to bridal jewellery, in particular, bibs and rani haars have been an all-time-favourite for brides everywhere and for us too! These designs emulate an air of royalty and class and are the perfect option for the quintessential traditional Indian bride.
A necklace made of small, marquise diamonds designed perfectly for a delicate look for brides who would want a not-so-over whelming look. An elegant option for one's engagement or even a cocktail party!
This 6-layered diamond choker caught our fancy almost immediately! It's one of those rare pieces that so so much without saying anything at all, very minimalistic and very chic. And paired and contrasted with more elaborate diamond earrings made a very interesting yet successful switch-up!
Another beautiful choker, but this time with laser-cut detailing so fine, it caught our eye right away. The cut of the diamonds on this choker is so precise, that just the pictures alone give it all away!
Another very creative way to wear diamonds is like in this beautiful diamond necklace shaped up in little flowers, studded with lavish rubies in the middle with earrings to go. Rubies are an excellent match to pair up diamonds with, especially if you've decided on a traditional red bridal lehenga!
This bride chose to layer a simple diamond wreath with another chunky necklace of only block emeralds beneath. This quirky pair-up was a subtle pop of colour as well as an amazing contrast to her cream coloured lehenga. Her tasteful choice of emeralds, but as a separate neckpiece, alongside a stunning wreath of leaf-shaped diamonds.
Layered necklaces are the new fad amongst brides and nothing really can replace the charm of satladas and layered necklaces.