#HotTrends: Bridal Jewellery Trends to look out for, this 2019!
With the wedding season almost kicking in, our eyes automatically start scanning latest bridal jewellery trends in magazines, on our TV screens and online jewellery websites. But I know how tedious a job it is, to keep up with the trending designs. That is why, taking inspiration from the latest Bollywood brides and their stylists, I have compiled an amazing list of latest and trending bridal jewellery for you.
Bridal Jewellery sets consist of lot of jewellery pieces. Whether you are a glowing to-be-bride, or a blessed mother of the future bride, or the to-be-bride’s best friend, these trending bridal jewellery designs will entice you and leave you feeling like buying them immediately! Don’t believe me? Well, check them out:
1. Bridal Maang Tikkas
Bridal Maang Tikkas have always been an important part of a brides “solah sringaar” and the bridal jewellery sets are incomplete without them. A bride wearing maang tikka is nothing new and surprising, but it is the design which has been upgraded. Larger in size, and studded with stones or Kundan work, with small jhumkis, these maang tikkas are really stunners. In the #deepveer wedding, our recent B-Town bride, Deepika Padukone, was seen donning a Huge, circular maang tikka in her Punjabi style wedding, to compliment her heavy Punjabi bridal look. If like me, you like wearing statement jewellery pieces, a statement bridal maang tikka is what you should go for, this wedding season!
2. Bridal Matha Patti
Every girl wishes to look like the ultimate Indian bride, and wants her wedding trousseau to be perfect. If you’re particularly and whole heartedly desi at heart, and want to go for the traditional Indian bride look, a Matha Patti is a must-have in your bridal jewellery set. You can go for matching Kundan Jewellery sets, or simply mix and match your bridal matha patti with other jewellery designs. Bridal Matha Patti will make you look like the perfect Indian Dulhan, just like Sonam Kapoor looked in her wedding!
3. Bridal Choker Necklace
When Bipasha Basu shared her Bridal look on social media, everyone was appalled by her Bridal Jewellery set. If you want to add that antique- queen-like touch to your bridal look, a statement bridal choker necklace is what you should go for. Bridal trends in 2018 are all about low blouse necklines and heavy, Kundan and stone studded traditional choker necklaces.
4. Long and Elegant Bridal Earrings
Brides who want to go for a minimalistic approach to buy bridal jewellery sets, can simply go for medium sized bridal choker necklaces, pairing them with long, elegant and statement Traditional Bridal Jhumkis. One can never go wrong with this look, and brides can stay comfortable without having to wear loads of jewellery, just like Anushka Sharma did, in her wedding with the sensational cricketer, Virat Kohli.
Specifically, a Punjabi ritual, wearing Kaleere is essential for any Punjabi bride. These umbrella shaped hangings are attached to a bride’s bridal bangles or chooda. Kalira, as you might already know, holds a very auspicious importance in a Punjabi/Sikh bridal jewellery set, so why not get the latest designs in that too? You could either go for super-duper long Kaleere like Neha Dhupia wore in her wedding, or you could try out shorter kaleere with new designs.
6. Bridal Nose Ring
Dulhan naths or Bridal nose rings are my favourite part of a Dulhan set. It makes a bride’s face look delicate, poised and traditional. Bridal nose ring, just like bridal mang tikka, has been worn since several years by Indian brides, but today, it is larger in size, with Kundan and stones on it, matching a bride’s outfit completely. To me, a bridal look in incomplete without a bridal nose ring. Adorning the latest Bridal Nose Ring design is the newly wed actress and model Yuvika Chaudhary, who looks absolutely stunning wearing her wedding set.
7. Flower Jewellery for Haldi and Mehendi Functions
For years together, flower jewellery has been trending for Mehendi and Haldi functions of a bride and its still reigning like a boss in the fashion Industry! Beautiful and trendy brides, like TV actress and Model Kishwar Merchant and Actress Bipasha Basu were seen wearing beautiful flower jewellery for haldi and mehendi functions. The flower jewellery online designs have more layers and colours in the latest trends.
Apart from Mehendi and Haldi, you can also decorate your hair in the wedding, by wearing bridal hair accessories in flowers.
8. Bridal Bangles
Wearing uncountable red and golden bangles on weddings in now a thing of the past! The latest trends speak of statement jewellery, so why should bridal bangles be left behind? Brides are now opting for thick, heavily stone-studded, bridal bangles or bridal ‘kadas’ which look royal and are also convenient to carry. These bridal bangles have easy locking like bracelets and look very traditional.
For my Sikh and Punjabi brides-to-be, don’t worry! You can wear these bridal bangles before your choodas, which also have tonnes of designs to choose from, and then get your kaleere tied to them, like Anushka Sharma did in her Wedding! It would appear like a nice combination of traditional and modern.
If you are aiming to save time, money and to be a cool yet comfortable Bride, buying gold plated Kundan bridal jewellery sets online, can be your style statement! Buying bridal jewellery is no longer a tedious task, all you need to do, is pick out your favourite bridal jewellery designs from above and meet us at www.anuradhaartjewellery.com