The wedding dress or lehenga isn't complete without the perfect jewels to go along for the big day!
Let's explore the latest styles in bridal jewelry in this blog.
The nath, an Indian nose ring, is a popular choice for brides. In recent years, brides have started getting creative and bigger with their nath, often opting for designs with intricate detail and often for big bold designs.
Bridal jewelry with natural diamonds
Diamonds are forever, and if you're looking for a touch of sparkle, a diamond necklace, earrings, and bangles are a great choice.
Bridal jewelery with lab-grown diamonds
The use of lab-grown diamonds is gaining popularity as a sustainable alternative to natural diamonds due to their affordability, environmental friendliness and conflict-free.
Stylish floral accessory pieces
Fresh floral jewelry like necklaces, earrings, and bracelets are becoming increasingly popular among brides looking for a more natural and bohemian style.
Maangtika with passa
The traditional Indian bridal jewelry combination of maangtika and passa has been popular for decades and is still a trend for 2023.
Solitaire and diamond mangalsutras
For the brides who love diamonds, now they can add a their own sparkle to enhance their mangalsutra. From a simple minimalistic design to a bling bling, from a classic timeless design to a bold trendy style, there are a million ways to make it your own!
Sheeshpattis are traditional headpieces that are used as bridal jewelry. These headpieces come in various materials like kundan, pearls, and crystals.
The kaleere is an umbrella-shaped ornament worn by Punjabi brides. Adding a bride's name or wedding date gives them a personal touch!
Bridal jewelery with colorful gemstones
Another hot trend is adding color to wedding day look with gemstone necklaces, earrings, and bangles. This trend offers a unique take on the traditional bridal jewelry look.
Bridal jewelry in silver
With silver necklaces, earrings, and bracelets, brides are creating their own new look!