One won’t want to miss the sight of a beautiful bride on her wedding day with that heavy lehenga or saree, laden with remarkable and eye-catchy jewellery. After all, this is one day that will never return again, so a bride will want to look her best on this day. With photographers clicking pictures throughout the event, the bride will take every care to pick out the best designer clothes, jewellery, makeup, and hairdo. Among all of this, one of the most precious purchases is that of gold jewellery.
We spend so much into purchasing bridal jewellery, knowing that such heavy jewellery may not even be useful after the wedding. Where else will you wear such heavy jewellery? Unless, another wedding in the family, but how often is that!? But yet, you can’t quit expending on that heavy jewellery for your D-day. We understand this problem, which is why we have come up with a few picks that can help you find the perfect jewellery pieces that you can wear as frequently as possible.
A choker necklace looks trendy and fashionable, which can be strikingly worn with the wedding dress, as well as after the wedding with any traditional outfit. Even if you are going out for an engagement, a religious ritual, a traditional get-together, or a festival like Diwali or Rakshabandhan.
A ring can enhance your look. Instead of keeping it simple, you can go with an oversized cocktail ring. Opt for geometric or asymmetric designs, which you can wear even after the wedding for both professional and personal gatherings. Another nice option is a multi-finger ring; a single ring that can be adorned on two fingers.
Bangles are an obvious jewellery piece that every bride adorns. But, to make it useful, you must mix and match both broad bangles and daily-wear bangles, such that you can wear daily-wear bangles on a daily basis to work or at home, and broad bangles for festive occasions.
A Vaddanam or hipbelt is something that every South Indian bride wears over her saree on her wedding. If you wish to add this unique element to your trousseau, you can choose a traditional South Indian Vaddanam, or a contemporary 3-in-1 or 5-in-1 Vaddanam that you can convert into a neck accessory after your wedding.
Other essentials are a gold chain and earrings; and both these elements can be easily worn even after the wedding – simpler versions for everyday wear, and heavier versions for occasions. If you choose a simple gold chain and stud earrings, you can always wear them 24×7 after the wedding too. But, if you opt for a heavier thicker chain with matching jhumkas or chandbalis, you can choose to wear them only on festivals or events.
With these trending jewellery pieces, you can have a complete set of wedding jewellery. And, to have jewellery that suits your very own personality, you can always have these pieces especially designed for you at a customized gold jewellery shop in Bangalore, one like Aura Jewels, where you can let the specialist designers know your choice and preference, and have the best jewellery designed accordingly only for you.