Mind-blowing Jewellery Designs for South Indian Brides!

Posted by Nigam Ashru on October 6th, 2022

They believe that jewellery is comparable to the appropriate spice - it always complements what's currently there. And in this situation, it's the stunning perfection of a bride on her marriage day.

From dazzling Kanjivaram sarees to one-of-a-kind blouse patterns and even saree lehengas! There is a plethora of wedding inspiration to be found in a South Indian bride's bridal trousseau. Not only do we covet her clothing, but also some of the most magnificent items and kinds of jewellery that are only available to South Indian brides.

1. Jewellery made with diamonds

A girl's closest mate is unquestionably diamonds. Because of their value, these beautiful, gleaming small items have long been a feature of Indian weddings. To be truthful, every bride deserves to flaunt her jewellery on her wedding day. Diamond jewellery complements any outfit, especially whether it is pink, green, or red!

2. Gold Antique Jewelry

Gold jewellery is most likely what we've all seen at South Indian marriages. This auspicious Tanishq South Indian Jewellery is manufactured in different shapes and forms such as Kundan, and Meenakari, and is regarded as one of the greatest pieces of jewellery for South Indian brides.Because South Indian gold is significantly lighter in colour, ancient gold jewellery is polished a bit deeper to seem like a dull gold colour, which hides the heavy blingy aspect of the clothing.

Antique styles such as maang tikkas, haath pools, kadas, waist belts, and vankis, as well as hefty neckpieces, are making a significant resurgence in South Indian bridal gold jewellery. When it comes to famous antique gold jewellery for South Indian brides, the Gundla Mala (three-layered beaded necklace) is a favourite choice.

3. Temple and Nakshi Jewellery

Brides appear heavenly and exquisite with Nakshi and Temple jewellery. Brides in the South are decked up with Nakshi jewels, which makes them appear like millionaires. Because of its magnificent and royal appearance, Nakshi and Temple jewellery are the most popular.

The pendant hangs of Ganesh and Lakshmi encrusted with precious jewels, polkis, uncut diamonds, south sea pearls, and nashi beads are popular in wedding fashion. Indeed, Nakshi waist belts, also termed vaddanams, are renowned for enhancing the entire bridal appearance.

4. Polki Diamond Jewellery

If you want to have a wedding like an Indian Rajkumari, Polki or Kundan jewellery can help you fulfil your regal fantasy. Polki jewellery, which the Moghuls introduced, is composed of unpolished natural diamonds. Polki necklace sets, chandbalis, heavy chokers, or Jadau Polki sets with delicate Meenakari and enamelled work are very popular among Indian brides and provide the bride with an incredibly royal appearance on her wedding day.

5. Mango Mala

Mango Malas also referred to as Managa Malai, is a South Indian necklace made of beads shaped like mangoes and connected with a long and heavy chain. The luxuriously intricate and exotic mango Mala makes any bride seem exceptionally extravagant on her special day.

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