Jewellery Tips for Wedding Season
Weddings are all about extravaganza. For women, it’s more about picking the right dresses, the right jewellery and to flaunt them in every occasion. Obviously, you’ll have to plan your jewellery for various pre-wedding functions such as Engagement, Mehendi, Sangeet, Wedding and Reception.
So here are some of the tips which can help you in differentiating your look from the previous one. Check it out!
For most of the cultures in India, the bride must be dressed in yellow for her Haldi Ceremony. Nothing can beat the fresh floral jewellery for this ceremony. It is the great way to add grace to bride’s get-up.
Bride’s friends and relatives can preferably wear yellow saree or salwar suit as well. For jewellery ideas, they can add a little twist to their traditional jewellery by wearing ‘Haath-Gajras’ or ‘Gajras’ only. Keep your look sober and subtle to look jaw-dropping awesome.
For the mehendi function, you can wear light and delicate jewellery pieces according to your dress. We suggest, Go for minimalist jewellery while mehendi on hands, because you might end up ruining your mehendi when you dance around. A nice neck piece made up of Jadtar, Diamond Tops and maang-tika would just go perfectly well with your traditional outfit on mehendi.
Finally, the awaited show day of sangeet is here. Indian weddings are equal to must-have glamour quotient. We suggest, your sangeet outfits should be comfortable, so as the jewellery, for hassle free dancing.
If you are performing on stage, try wearing something eye-catching and sparkling such as Diamond Jewelry because a lot of people will be watching you. If not too heavy, try and add grace to your look with traditional chandbalis or beautiful diamond necklace. Go for cute hairdo that will let these beauties shine.
The Wedding Day:
For Bride, wearing gold is quintessential on her wedding day. As the gold jewellery serves cultural essence.
For bride’s relatives and friends, A classic Diamond Necklace can create magic, it looks absolutely stunning on heavy sarees or lehengas. Go colourful; just add small bindi and matching set of earrings and necklace for complete Indian look.
A great tip for those who don’t wish to spend too much on their wedding outfits, just add bling and shine to your look by wearing trending embellishments/jewellery and you are all set to rock weddings.
For wedding function, complete your day with kundan, diamond and gemstone jewellery. Take a look on this particular jewellery.
Choose beautiful maang tikka according to your dress. You can go with kundan and pearl also.
Your look on the wedding day mainly enhanced by the elegant earrings. Have a look on this pair of earring.
Generally bangles are piled-up according to colour co-ordination of outfit gold/diamond bangles by sides.
Get a unique look by wearing these traditional jhumkis. Check out all beautiful jhumkas online which are absolutely perfect for wedding season.
Brighten your look with this type of diamond bracelet.
Mangalsutra for married women will always give completely ethnic look.
When picking accessories for reception, always keep in mind that less is more. Go for oh-so-elegant diamond jewellery for your oh-so-elegant reception dress. We suggest to go for minimalist jewellery over gold for the night event. Opt for classic diamond necklace/choker or something 2-finger ring.
Last Minutes Tips:
1. Let the centre focus be one. For example - Go easy on statement earrings, if you are wearing heavy necklace- and vice versa.
2. Pay special attention while selecting jewellery, it’s one of the reason for women that attend a wedding.
3. Jewellery pieces should be your focus when deciding your wedding dress.
5. For friends/relatives, too much bling may outshine the bride. Dress accordingly.
Remember- Accessories can make you look Fab or Drab! Thus, choose and wear wisely. Let accessories’ game be on point. Hope these tips are useful to you for your upcoming wedding functions.
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