With the ringing of your wedding bells, a period of intense planning, massive arrangements and of course, happy jitters have begun. Your wedding is the one time you want to make sure not a hair is out of place which often becomes quite a task because if you are the bride-to-be then you have a gazillion matters requiring your attention. With your brain scattered in so many directions, forgetting or compromising on the little details becomes quite inevitable. But no, we at Shaadisaga have set out on a mission to help make your wedding as perfect as possible.
The next most important thing after outfits, for a bride, is her jewellery. It is also one of the most nerve-wracking things given the plethora of options to choose from and for every single event. To make sure you don’t miss out anything in the wedding craziness, we have made a quick hand accessories guide for you because it in itself is a really vast and an important member of the jewellery family. Take a glance at it and bookmark everything that seems hand-y for your wedding.
Be it the floral bespoke ones which you can wear at your mehendi or haldi functions or bejewelled ones for bigger functions, hathphools have become an integral part of the bridal hand jewellery and for a good reason.
A.k.a staples for the smaller functions like mehndi & haldi because of the vibrancy and chicness in their designs.
They are quite versatile as you can pair them up with other hand accessories like bangles for a heavier look for your wedding or just wear them alone for a slightly toned down look for reception or sangeet.
Again a very versatile piece of jewellery, adding such a dainty and regal touch to your look.
Bold and beautiful. These statement rings have it in them to steal the show single-handedly if done right. Perfect choice for the cocktail night or the reception.
A bride doesn’t look complete without her choodas and kangans. While You are definitely going to wear this on your wedding day, you can even choose to wear it for the reception as well.
One of the most evergreen & classy pieces which are never going out of fashion. Wear it for your cocktail night or the reception gown adding a nice sporty vibe to your look.
The most beloved accessory of all you Panjabi & Sikh brides out there, it has now become a style statement for us all. And nowadays they come in a plethora of variety to choose from. Floral kalire are quite a rage though!
Although mostly see south Indians brides wear it, it is such a beautiful piece of jewellery which can look perfect with your wedding lehenga.