Top 10 Bridal Jewellery in India

For any girl wedding day is the happiest day of her life. Every girl is very excited about the preparations for her wedding, as well as the jewellery is worn on that day. Especially for an Indian girl, it is said that the bride is incomplete without jewellery.it enhances, the beauty of the bride. The choice of jewellery is very important that will enhance your beauty. Here are some famous varieties of bridal jewellery from all parts of India that you can choose for on your Big Day!

#1 Kundan Jewellery-

Kundan Jewellery is one of the finest Jewellery. It is one of the most expensive types of bridal jewellery available, for its quality and masterful workmanship. This jewellery is created by setting carefully shaped, uncut diamonds and polished multicoloured gemstones into an exquisitely designed pure gold or faux metal base. Kundan is Tradition Rajasthani style of Jewellery.

#2 Gold Jewellery-

Indian bridal jewellery would not be complete without this precious metal. Most brides, even if wearing modern jewellery for the reception, always opt for traditional gold jewellery for their Big day.

#3 Diamond Jewellery-

It is said that Diamonds are a girl’s best friend Or a bride’s best friend. this bridal jewellery goes with most outfits and gives a classic and elegant look to the Bride.

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# 4 Temple Jewellery-

Temple Jewellery is Antique traditional jewellery which is engraved usually with the figures of Ganesha or Lakshmi for prosperity and happiness, this jewellery has a divine, heavy, appearance perfect for traditional brides.

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#5 Kaasu Maalai-

Kaasu Maalai is one of the most traditional types of bridal jewellery in India, they are made with gold coins or small mangas strung together to make a beautifully perfect south Indian bridal neckpiece. They are also sometimes set with a variety of precious stones.

Kaasu Maalai

#6 Filigree Jewellery-

Filigree Jewellery is gold and silver bridal Jewellery which is designed with filigree work give a royal feeling and elevate the bridal outfit. These Jewellery are a fantastic choice for trendy and elegant outfits!

Filigree Jewellery

#7- Antique jewellery-

Antique Jewellery pieces usually have an ancestral, old-fashioned charm with their burnished gold and copper metal finish. They don’t have shone like New Jewellery, but they sure have the lure of the ethnic finish!

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#8 Mango Mala Set-

Mangas are the embodiment of our Indian tradition. Mangas is a design very often seen in the south Indian bridal jewellery. They are designed with precious stones too and sometimes include peacocks or other symbols of Indian culture. Bridal gold jewellery doesn’t get look better than this!

#9 Navratna Jewellery-

Navaratna (Sanskrit: ΰ€¨ΰ€΅ΰ€°ΰ€€ΰ₯ΰ€¨) is a Sanskrit word meaning of nine gems These jewellery sets made with nine precious stones. It is believed that those who wear them receive good fortune. If someone looking for the accessory that sets her off from the rest, look no further!

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#10 Meenakari Jewellery-

Meenakari bridal Jewellery is famous for brilliant colour. A wide variety of metals can be used for meenakari designing which include Gold, brass, copper and silver. Meenakari is traditional as well as fashionable.

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