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The Only Indian Jewellery Bridal Handbook You Need For Your Big Day!

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Every little girl dreams of royalty on her wedding whether it is through her outfits or her heritage jewellery. Young women often lack awareness when it comes to the bridal jewellery since they wait for their wedding time to become hands on jewellery shopping. Well, incase you haven’t had the opportunity to learn about the wedding jewellery then fret not! Today on the blog, we have a jewellery crash course with Truly Bridal by Kalyan Jewellers who will help you select jewellery of your imagination.


Check out the video below by Truly Bridal by Kalyan Jewellers in which Devika Arora Anand shares details on all the bridal jewellery one needs to look into.



When it comes to neckpieces, choose between a bib, rani haar or a choker based on you’re the shape and length of your neck. Take a necklace that contrasts well with your outfit. Rani haar can work as a statement piece alone and can also be paired with a choker to accentuate your outfit.



As for the solid kadas and bangles, you can choose to adorn 2 solid gold kadas with stone detailing instead of wearing regular bangles. But of course, classic gold bangles will forever be in fashion! Arm accessories add such a beautiful feminine touch to the bride’s attire.



A bride’s look comes together with a nath. Delicate naths looks elegant without being overpowering. Choose the style of nath that compliments your face shape. Opt for big, round nath or smaller ones basis your taste.


Maangtika, big small or chunky- looks good on every woman. It balances out the outfit and can be used to adorn your hairstyle as hair jewellery. As for the jhumkis or the polka earrings, pick one that you can use forever. Make sure that you choose jhumkas with support at the back. Polki too goes well with every single outfit, hence investing in one will be a good option always.



For a bride, payal plays a very significant role. Every time she lifts her lehenga to walk, her feet should look dressed up too.


A large cocktail ring with meenakari or polka looks perfect with bridal lehenga. Also, add a finishing touch to your outfit with a bridal kamarband.

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