Updated: Dec 31, 2019
Today Jewellery is the most important element of a Bridal Makeover. With Bollywood Celebs adorning those luxurious pieces either in movies like Padmavat and Kalank, seriously the Bridal Jewellery Shopping is one of the major task in the checklist.
In this Editorial Blog Post we are exploring some of the hot Bridal Jewellery Trends for 2019. India being a unique country with great diversity in ethnicity, race, religion, language, culture and the Bridal Trends over the years have been based on our rich cultural heritage from Engagement, Mehndi, Sangeet, Wedding. So hold your breath!!
Bridal Jewellery needs to be picked such that it suits your personality and adds a charm to your loveliness.
1. Kundan Jewellery - is the most popular jewellery trend as it goes along well with contemporary look. Crafted with glass pieces embedded in gold with intricate designs gives a real classic royal touch to the Bride. Kundan is a traditional Rajasthani Style of Jewellery with intricate meenakari and enamel work If you want to go for simple yet classic look, use Kundan Jewellery with Chandbalis, Mathapattis and Kundan Bangles
Take a look at Alia Bhat's Bridal look in the movie Kalank. She spotted Kundan Matha Patti with Pearls along with the Choker Necklace studded with pearls and red stones further Kundan Chandbalis and pearl nose ring and a long traditional Kundan Necklace.
TBZ was the Exclusive Jewellery Partner for Kalank.
2. Over-Sized Nath or Nose Ring - Deepika Padukone's look in the movie - Padmavat, has popularized the oversized Nath or Nose Ring and the Borla Maang Tikka She was spotted wearing Kundan and Pearl Nose Ring which complemented with the Raani Haar. Adding to this, you can complete your look with Gajra Style Kadas in traditional Rajasthani Style with polki and meenakari work. And if you are fond of Passa, then by all means go ahead with Kundan and Pearl Set. You can further check the Tanishq's Padmavat Collection here, Tanishq being the Exclusive Jewellery Partner.
3. Polki Jewellery - People use both Kundan and Polki synonymous though there's a huge difference as Polki Jewellery is crafted using uncut diamonds and if you go by price it is expensive than Kundan Jewellery. No matter what, Polki Jewellery is equally trending this Wedding Season considering the elegance it adds to the attire. Even Bollywood Celebrities love Polki and Pearl Statement Chokers as it goes well with post-marriage events too.
Kundan and Polki are both popular choices for brides for you looking for the traditional and royal look. And if you are looking for Handcrafted Jadau Pieces then do check TBZ, some unique pieces for you to experience Royalty. Deepika during one of her wedding ceremoines was spotted wearing Kundan Jewellery much like her movie character Padmavat.
Her elaborate jewellery included gorgeous Maangtika, Nath, much like the one she wore in Padmavat movie, Kundan Bangles, and chunky earrings and grand neckpiece.
4. Temple Jewellery - intricately crafted pieces which depict the motifs of female deities studded with red and green-coloured stones. It is believed that Temple Jewellery was used to adorn the deities in the temple, the tradition is still prevalent.
Traditional Temple Jewelry is crafted in gold; however, being the latest trend, you can get this crafted in metal and polished gold. So if you are a South Indian Bride then you definitely need to have this in you list and teaming it up with Kanjeevaram Saree is perfect! Here we have contemporary piece by Art Karat, Tanjore Collection
5. Mathapatti: Bridal look is incomplete without Mathapatti & Maang Tikkas. We have seen the traditional Mathapatti Trend being revisited by top Bollywood Celebrities during their weddings - Deepika Padukone, Sonam Kapoor, Anushka Sharma.
Depending on the type of look you are going for and the face shape, the Bridal Ensembles can be crafted accordingly, besides one can choose between Kundan Matha Patti embroidered with pearls. For you want to keep your bridal look minimal then a Maangtikka is a better option as compared to the heavy Bridal look where you can opt for Mathapatti. Choosing between Maangtikka and Mathapatti is more of a personal preference, it is good to try both the options and see what suits you and your bridal look.
Remember these are trends and it does not mean that you should follow them, why not create your own trend. We want to inspire you with these picks and make your Bridal Jewellery Shopping teeny bit easy!!
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