6 Must-Wear Jewellery Pieces For Your Wedding

The New Year, new month, new hopes and new aspirations, they all make way for a new beginning, beginning of happiness, passion and excitement of sharing a life with someone you love.
January is the month of weddings, a bond that binds you in its beauty forever. Since you are to experience the most important day of your life, every piece that you wear on your D-Day must be chosen very carefully and everything must be perfect. Here’s the list of the must-wear jewellery on your wedding day, in case you miss out !

1. Mang-tikka

This signature bridal jewellery is worn all across the country. Be it the Jodha Akbar style or Alia Bhatt style in 2 states, this jewellery piece is a must wear on your wedding !

 

2. Earrings

Even though the rule states that earrings are supposed to be large at wedding, you needn’t follow this ! You can go with less dangle be it Kundan, pearls, colored stones, polki etc. Try the glamorous yet pristine pair of earrings by Aks afflated by different eras, cultures, civilizations perfectly fitting for a ceremony of wedding.

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3. Necklaces

One of the most essential parts of a bridal attire and the one that catches your attention the most once you visit a wedding. A necklace says a lot about your whole look and sometimes your personality.

 

4. Bajuband

A bracelet worn around the arm is ‘Bajuband’ . Get away from the dowie designs and go for the armlet with rubies, emeralds and peacock designs by Birdhichand.

5. Rings

Rings or hathphool, they add to the eternal charm and delicacy of a bride on her D-day. As after face, all the attention goes to her pretty hands, they may as well be accessorized with stunning rings complementing her attire and the wedding theme. You might go for bold multi-hued rings that are more in trend right now.

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6. Bangles

The fact that bangles or ‘chudiyaan’ are indispensable for a bride on her wedding day has been made crystal clear by the numerous Hindi movie songs. Wear your style in your hands, you can do it by wearing a single bold kada or pull off multiple bangles of different patterns.

 

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