Trends in Bridal Jewelry

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Jewelry is a very important part of the overall appearance of the Indian bride. Actually, the bridal look is considered to not be complete unless the bride is wearing each and every one of the jewelry pieces that is intended for her.

Trends in wedding jewelry and bridal jewelry sets really do span across a number of themes and styles. Many brides, family, members of the wedding party, and guests think about wedding celebrations as a great opportunity to get the creative juices flowing when it comes to accessorizing and personal adornment.

Necklaces, earrings, bracelets, and bridal hair jewelry that are designed to be worn for weddings are many times created to complement the ivory and white color of the traditional wedding gowns. But you can also use a bridal jewelry set to enhance your unique wedding theme, or even to complement specially-placed accents of color on the bride’s gown. And because it is a popular trend for brides and the bridal party to switch outfits after the wedding and before the reception, there is often room to have two distinct sets of wedding jewelry for the special day.

Choosing wedding rings
When selecting wedding bands, it is important to make sure the rings fit properly and are well proportioned to the size of the bride and groom’s hands. The size of the jewels should always be in proportion to the size of the individual who will be wearing them. The younger generation definitely tends to have a preference towards platinum or white gold. However, yellow gold is a classic and is much revered by the older generation. No matter what type of rings you select, you should ensure that you buy them from the retailer, who has the best reputation in your area. You should expect to get good advice as well as great service on such an important purchase. If you are under budget constraints, you may want to see if you can obtain wholesale bridal jewelry.

Indian bridal jewelry
Jewelry is a very important part of the overall appearance of the Indian bride. Actually, the bridal look is considered to not be complete unless the bride is wearing each and every one of the jewelry pieces that is intended for her. In most Indian weddings, the bride will be wearing yellow gold jewelry. Depending on the family’s budget, some Indian brides might choose platinum, silver, white gold or diamond jewelry as an alternative. Precious stones like rubies, jade, emeralds, garnets, pearls, and amethysts are commonly used in Indian bridal jewelry. In most weddings you would notice that jewelleries they wear such as necklace, bracelet and earrings are created specifically for wear in weddings that most of the time complement traditional wedding dresses, which are ivory or white. Bridal jewelry can be used to create a special motif of wedding, or to complement the color accents on a bridal gown. Since it has becoming more popular the brides would change their wardrobe in the wedding reception including its jewelleries, so it is best to consider two distinct jewellery sets for the wedding day.

Every country has its own bridal trends. Among these countries Indian are the most glamorous ones. Most European brides prefer personalized look. Some follow fashion introduced by popular designers and sometimes choose custom pieces. In many wedding bridal jewelry, the theme is traditional and simple. Pearls and diamond are among the timeless selection and many brides can pick pieces that include those gemstones.

During Indian weddings jewellery is essential. Brides will not be complete without wearing the different jewellery pieces that are conventional. Most of the time Indian brides will be seen wearing gold yellow jewelry. But there are some cases where she will select pieces of jewelry made from platinum, silver, diamond, or white gold jewellery. Emerald, jade, amethyst, garnet, pearl and ruby are some of the common precious stone in Indian bridal jewelry. One could see some modification in bridal jewelry across regions in India. The common pieces will remain steady.

In jewelry market — Desiree, Anita and Cassandra — are among the popular name. Desiree and Cassandra are made of freshwater pearls, while Anita is made of Swarovski AB silver and crystals. In bridal jewelry earrings are the most important part and the names of some renowned jewelry items are Jenifer, Maria and Celine. Most of these earrings are made of AB Swarovski pearls and crystals.

In the preparation of bridal ensemble necklaces play an important role. It is the essential component of bridal jewelry. One of the popular types of necklaces is made of silver wire, Swarovski crystals and fresh water pearls known as Beatrice. Necklace beautifully hand crafted from specific materials is called Margareth. It contains seven crystals and freshwater pearls with transparent wire. Another popular necklace made of crystals and freshwater

pearls is named Zakia.
To make you look great and unique on this important day bridal jewelry is important. In the event of selecting appropriate jewelry you need to look for beautiful designs and colors which will give a phenomenal look. This jewelry should match the color and design of the wedding dress to give an attractive look. Jewelry stores are available offline or online to sell unique and timeless products.

Types of Indian bridal jewelry

Shringar Patti: Shringar patti can be described as a kind of tiara, usually in gold, which adorns the forehead of the bride. It is placed along her hairline and has a circular plaque in the middle, which hangs below the hair line (on the forehead).

Maang Tikka: Maang Tikka can be said to be a shortened version of the shringaar patti. It comprises a string, with a center piece attached to one end and a hook to the other. It is worn by the bride in center parting of the hair.

Bridal set (necklace & earrings):
The outfit of a bride is incomplete without the bridal set, which comprises of a heavy neck piece, along with matching earrings. It is usually selected keeping in mind the color and overall style of the bridal dress.

Nath (nose ring): nath forms yet another important part of the bridal jewelry. It comprises of a studded nose ring, which has a long chain attached to it. The chain is hooked up in the hair of the bride, above the ear.

Chudi (bangles):
Chudi (bangles), of gold as well as in glass, makes up a part of the overall jewelry worn by a bride. In some of the cases (like Punjabi weddings), the glass bangles are replaced by ivory ones, in red and white color (called chuda).

Hathphool (bracelet with rings): Hathphool is a beautiful piece of jewelry that adorns the wrist as well as the fingers of the bride. It comprises a bracelet, with one of the more strings attached to it, having rings(s) at the other end.

Anguthi (finger rings): While wearing hathphool is not compulsory for a bride, anguthi surely is. Apart from the engagement ring, in the ring finger of her left hand, she wears one or more gold/diamond rings as well (in the other fingers).

Bichhua (toe ring): An essential part of the bridal jewelry, in many states of India, bichhua comprises  a toe ring, usually in silver. It is also regarded as one of the signs of a married woman and is worn in pairs only.

Payal (anklet): Along with the toe ring, a bride is always required to wear payal, also known as pajeb, as a part of her wedding jewelry. It adorns the ankle of a bride, is made of silver (mostly) and has meenakari, kundan or beads as decorations.

Man
gal Sutra (necklace with black beads):
The most important part of the bridal jewelry is mangal sutra. However, it is not worn by the bride before the marriage. Rather, it is tied by her husband (around her neck), as symbol of their union. It comprises  a string of black beads, with a gold or diamond pendant.

Kamarband (waist band): In the earlier times, the bride used to wear the kamarband around her waist. A heavy piece of jewelry, it was meant to support the wedding dress and keep in place. These days, it might or might not be worn by the bride.

Baaju Band (arm bands): Baju band used to be a necessary part of the bridal jewelry, at one point of time in the past. However, these days, wearing it is optional. Some brides might wear one in each of the arms, while other may go for a single piece only.

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