Since weddings are such a big deal among couples and families, brides especially are looking forward to the big day because they want to look their utmost best as they don their stunning outfits. Brides-to-be often have trouble deciding on their wedding jewellery but who better to look up to than our Bollywood stars? The highlight of your day may be your bridal gown and all that makeup, but the appropriate accessories will help you boost your bridal look. Anushka Sharma, Deepika Padukone, and Priyanka Chopra have all worn extravagant jewellery and looked stunning acing the look whether it was for their own wedding or a close friend’s. Here are some celeb-inspired jewellery ideas that every bride-to-be can take cues from for her special day.
Necklaces are one of the main jewellery items to look up to if you're not sure where to start. They have the capacity to suddenly boost all of your classic ensembles, whether you buy them as a whole set or as separate statement pieces. Neha Dhupia wore a gulband necklace as a choker. The actor wore the necklace which was adorned with uncut diamond and emerald beads. The gulband necklace is also known as the "princess necklace." The actor completed her look with a matching set of jhumkas and a maang tikka.
2. Rani haar
Rani haar is a form of a necklace that can be single-stringed or multi-stringed and is usually long compared to other necklaces. The rani haar is usually worn with another necklace to elevate one's overall appearance. Layering Rani Haar with a choker-style neckpiece is the best way to wear it. If your wedding blouse is plain, however, simple rani haar would do the work. It's the perfect finishing touch for Indian brides' wedding jewellery sets. For her wedding, Priyanka Chopra Jonas wore a stunning Kundan layered necklace for her big day.
3. Mang Tika
A Maang Tikka on the bride's brow completes the bridal jewellery ensemble. Maang tikkas are worn at the hairline to separate the hair and have an antique elegance that transports people back in time. Maang tikkas are a type of Indian bridal jewellery that is designed to match the rest of your jewellery. Alia Bhatt accessorised her Manish Malhotra lehenga with an enormous maang tikka with ruby embellishments. Alia chose to skip the earrings and kept the rest of her ensemble simple.
4. Kamar Bandh
A kamarbandh can also be used to cinch and emphasise your waist, which is very useful if you're wearing a sari or lehenga. The traditional kamarbandh will keep your pallu or dupatta in place while allowing you to move around freely during the festivities. For cousin Arjun Kothari's pre-wedding celebrations in November 2019, Isha Ambani donned a diamond belt with her lilac Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla sari.
Chaandbalis are both elegant and dramatic, and they will instantly improve your ethnic attire. This classic style is embellished with meenakari work, pearls, jewels, and other embellishments, and is a go-to accessory for most Indian-themed celebrations. Anushka Sharma wore exceptionally hefty and enormous golden chandbalis, which are ideal for your wedding day.
This classic wedding jewellery offers a touch of sophistication to your complete look. Although not everyone is comfortable wearing one, if you really want to go all out, this is the accessory to go for. Nath adds a touch of extravagance to your bridal ensemble. Anushka Sharma dazzles us with this simple yet elegant nose ring.