Weddings in India are such an extended festival and has moments of bliss and nostalgia attached to it which is cherished lifelong. And of course Jewellery is such an important part of weddings. There are sentiments attached to it. Some pass on the family heritage through it, some get it redone and yet some buy newer ones according to trend and dressing. However it might be but weddings are partially complete without jewelleries. All these while brides used to be the centre point but times have changed. Why should brides have all the fun? Grooms are equally special and they need to look their best too. So here is a guide to top items that both bride and groom can add to their bucket list.
Say I Do in style:
Engagement is the advent of the promises two souls make to each other. Thus selecting a right ring is imperative. Choose from all time classic solitaire rings from various shapes like round, heart, pear or emerald cut and let the brilliance of diamond steal the heart. If you want to keep a budget then you can choose smaller solitaire clubbed with smaller diamonds in trendy designs. Bands can be done in platinum, gold and even rose gold which is trending high now.
Tink a clink clink:
Beautify your hand with elegant churis and bracelets. Choose from an array of single line diamond churis that is timeless jewellery and never goes out of fashion. There are fancy tikda churis if you like flaunting designer pieces. If you like adding some colour then you can take your pick from various precious stones set with diamond in gold or white gold. You like to dress up in style then sleek tennis bracelets are your thing. Haatphools look beautiful and adds a touch of feminism to that silk saree. Apart from gold antique bangles and half gold half rhodium polish churis which look elegant with Indian wear, there are chuurs that adds more vibrancy to your outlook. Men can pick from all designer diamond and gold bracelets and also choose from stylish Punjabi kada for that macho look.
Grab the attention with exquisite earring:
Indian women have special love for earrings. What better way to add some shine in your wedding trousseau than a dangler. Choose from long, asymmetrical patterns in diamond or mix of emerald, pink sapphire, ruby, blue sapphire or classic drop of pearls. Chandbali or ear jhumkas are making a huge comeback. Take your pick from jadau/polki to pearl to gold with white stones and minakari work and match it well with your Indian or western attire. Male counterparts can pick from diamond studs and add a hint of sparkle.
Mesmerizing Mathapatti/ graceful Nath:
Maangtika and borla are forever classic but mathapatti has made significant comeback. Frame your beautiful face with opulent broad pattern mathapatti in jadau/polki. Match your mathapatti with graceful naths. Huge round naths with sari and with a touch of small pearls or gold balls looks beautiful. Skilful minakari in red or green and touch of white stone will enhance your look further. Diamond naths are always a classic. From small to medium or simple round to flower motives you are spoilt for choice.
Traditional or trendy, choker or layered, necklaces are the most loved piece of jewellery for any bride. While choosing your neckpiece, make sure you can wear them in various occasions in future. Opt for the detachable layered necklaces, which you can mix and match with your sarees, lehengas or gowns. Choose from the breathtaking collection of necklaces in diamond, polka or jadau to add the magic touch to your wedding
While the brides can have a galore to choose from, when it comes to wedding jewellery, groom may be rest assured because they are not far behind. Opt for multi-layered pearl strings to go with your Sherwani. Latest in buzz is the button set which can be used either as cufflink or jazz up your collar button with these. Tiepin always adds class to the tuxedo and brooch on the jacket or sherwani looks perfect.