20+ Photos of Bridal Jewelry Designs
Find 20+ Photographs of Bridal Wedding Jewellery Designs
Wedding is something so dear to a girl’s heart that its significance need not be explained. A wedding is not just about finding the right partner and choosing the venue and deciding on a wedding date. There is a lot more to it, especially for the bride. Deciding on what kind of bridal jewelry the bride should wear on her wedding day is one of the crucial matters that need to be decided. It is understood that people have moved far from the era when the brides would wear all the jewellery in her possession and end up looking like a complete cow in the hut all dressed up! Brides are more conscious of the concept of wearing jewellery that complements their bridal outfit. Sometimes even a single harmonized piece of wedding jewellery is all that a bride needs to look fantastic!
Gorgeous Latest Gold Bridal Jewellery Designs
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Traditional and exquisite Bridal gold jewellery designs
For the bride to look like a complete South Asian Bride a number of jewelries are a must that she needs to wear. The bride must wear a Tikli/Tikka (which is a piece of jewellery worn on the head and hangs down to the forehead. tilki jewellery is usually worn on the center parting of the hair), a nose ring (large) with a chain and optionally a Jhapta (Jhapta is a gold jewellery piece worn on the head and hands on one side of the head down to the temple) or ShitaPati. These pieces of jewelries add a certain charm to these brides. Various photographs of different types of Tikli, nose ring and Jhapta are provided in this article to help brides choose the perfect wedding jewellery. If you like any particular design, you may print them out and direct your goldsmith to craft them for you.
Wearing Red on your wedding day may seem to be a common occurrence but I find that the colour red gives a Bride a sense of true beauty and tradition. Wearing gold Bridal jewelry with green kundans looks great with red saree or lahenga.