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6 Types of Bridal Nath Designs Every Bride to be Must Know About

Shweghna Gursahaney, 12 Jan 2019

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Indian bridal naths are the beautiful and the most magical accessory which a bride wears on her wedding day. We at ShaadiSaga believe that a nath can make or break one’s bridal look. This delicate piece of jewellery has been in trend for centuries and almost every girl dreams of wearing it on her big day. But before you plan to carry one for your wedding, make sure you're aware of all the bridal nath tricks and hacks.

Now, you may be scared whether you’ll be able to carry a nath or not or not, will the nath design match your personality or not and whether it will go with your outfit because let’s face it, no girl goes around donning naths every now and then. So, to make sure that these issues are the least of your worries when the D-day comes, we've fished out different types of nath designs for you to choose from. You can choose from a variety of bridal naths like a Maharashtrian bridal nath, a garhwali nath design or even kundan bridal naths, and they're sure to instantly uplift your bridal look. Our personal favorites definitely have to be the oversized nath designs over the minimal ones. Check out which ones are perfect for you:

All the types of Nath Designs for Brides

1. The Classic Bridal Naths

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2. With pearl and precious stone adornments

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3. Maharashtrian Naths For the Love of Maharashtra

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4. Minimal Naths for the Simplistic Brides

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5. Dramatic Naths for our Bold Brides Out There!

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6. Floral Naths to don one at your Mehendi Ceremony too!

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Which one was your favorite bridal nath? Tell us in the comments section below.