Wear These Bridal Jewellery Accessories On Your Grand Day
A bride-to-be always dreams of her grand day outfit and bridal jewellery. For a royal bride like you, bridal jewellery accessories are equally important as the main wedding jewellery pieces. Some exquisite pieces of jewellery accessories like Naths, Maang-Tikaa, Matha-Patti, Kamar-Baandh, Haath-Phool, etc. not only beautify a bride but also depict her rich taste in the traditional Indian wedding outfit. In our series of ‘Tips to Choose Your Wedding Jewellery’, after Necklace, Bangle, and Earrings respectively, we present Bridal Jewellery Accessories for you.
Wedding Jewellery- Bridal Jewellery Accessories Ideas
There are numerous articles which are extremely unique and important for a bride’s outfit. Still, some are totally detachable, like Naths, Matha-patti with Maang-Tikaa, Kamar-Baandh, etc.
Naths- Beautifying the Face
No matter whether is a Polki nath, gold, or a diamond one, a Nath definitely makes a bride look more confident and imperial. There are multiple designs of Nath available in the market. It may be a big and simple gold ring, attaching a chain to the hair, or a mesmerising designer Nath, with pearls hanging from it. A polki-studded Nath may often look simple, but it always adds a vibrance to the overall bride’s outfit. The basic gold ring is available in different sizes, for matching the face and the complete physique of the bride. One can also adorn that basic ring with colourful stones, and beads, as per her grand day outfit.
Matha-Patti with Maang-Tikaa- a Quintessential Jewellery
After a heavy necklace set and a Nath, a bride’s forehead still appears to be empty. These bridal jewellery accessories are to fabricate her forehead. Just like the other ones, it also comes in Polki, Gold, and Diamond versions. When a Maang-Tikaa is attached to a Matha-Patti, it not only embellishes the bride but also brightens up that special spot which will welcome the Sindoor, bringing a new and more beautiful way of her living.
Kamar-Baandh- Surreal Jewellery from the South
There are numerous styles of Kamarbandhs available in the market. Though it is one of the most important bridal jewellery accessories for south-Indian brides, nowadays it is also very popular to be worn with sarees and lehengas. It also might look a bit outdated, still, it has a different level of grandiosity which is just matchless. There are some floral designs as well as some delicate and completely unique designs. Kamarbandh is such a piece of jewellery to adorn the saree or the outfit, the bride is wearing on her grand day. Temple-style and classic gold kamabandhs basically come in a complete form, which is worn in the traditional style. Nowadays one-sided or half Kamarbandhs are also available in the market.
Haath-Phool- the Cultural Essence
This is another modification of the mainstream bangles. The making and wearing of a Haathphool is seamlessly easy yet it looks just awesome when a bride wears a pair of Haathphool along with the Kaleera and churis. A pair of Polki Haathphool will surely give you an imperial look, just like our bride. A couple of wide diamond bangles can also be customized to create a Haathphool, having a delicate look with almost the same design as the bangles. There is nothing more than joining a ring to your bridal bangle with an adorned chain. La Marque-M has such ample designs of Haathphool which are astonishingly beautiful.
So, these are the most popular bridal jewellery accessories of recent times. There are many others also, but brides don’t prefer to wear them at all. To know more about our wedding jewellery ranges, please feel free to contact us.