Every bride is immensely special and beautiful. And India being such a culturally diverse nation, every state and part of our country celebrates wedding in their own unique style and fashion with the brides adorning the finest of attires and jewellery casting a spell on one and all.
Let us discuss different brides all across our nation and their jewellery and attires:
A Sikh bride is loaded with the loads of heavy Real Diamond Jewellery adorned with the finest of gems and diamonds right from bangles, Floral Diamond Ring, mang tikka, and chokers to heavy neckpieces. But her bridal look is incomplete without the chooda and kalire that sits on her beautiful hands and arms. Chooda are in the hues of red, white, pink, and peach shades that are gifted as a blessing by her maternal uncle and aunt. Kalire are the chunky golden trinklets serving as a part of custom and traditions.
For her Anand Karaj Ceremony, the bride wears beautifully and heavily embellished lehenga or anarkali suit in the hues of red or bright pink with the veil over her head for the entire ceremony.
Muslim Bride wears the most amazing jewellery especially the jhoomar or the pasa on her head with the veil covering her face. Floral garlands are also worn over the veil along with the jewellery that comprises of bangles, chunky neckpieces, nath, and earrings.
The attire is usually designed in the hues of green and from rich silk fabric with the embellishments of diamond work all over her wedding dress.
Think about the beautiful Christian Bride and you remember her tiara, bouquet of white flowers in her hands, her beautiful white flowy dress having a long train, and her Dad accompanying her to walk down the aisle in the church. Beautiful and magnificent, isn’t it? Yes, that’s the Christian Bride for you.
For jewellery, tiara is the major highlight. She adorns earrings, bracelets, rings, and neckpieces in silver, diamond, or platinum.
Bengali Bride is known for wearing a saree in the color shades of white, off white dark red, maroon or pink thick borders running all over the saree in the most intricate and beautiful manner. The fabric is usually silk with zari work and it is the Alta that adorns her feet and hands as a major part of her makeup.
For jewellery she adorns maang teeka with matha patti and a bright red bindi along with rings, bangles, and neckpieces.
The area above her eyebrows is painted with the intricate and beautiful red and white dot designs made of sandalwood paste as a part of the customs and traditions making her look enchanting and charming to the core.
The wedding attire of a Gujarati Bride is deeply rooted to the community and customs and the colors selected for the saree are in the hues of red and white. The bride wears two types of sarees namely, Panetar or Gharchola with the pallu facing the front.
The jewellery comprises of ethnic gold jewellery items such as bajubandh, necklaces, earrings, payal, bangles of various styles along with the mang tikka. She is fully loaded making a lasting impression on one and all.
South Indian Bride
A South Indian Bride has a unique and typical look wearing loads of gold jewellery and a hairstyle adorned with gajra or flowers. She wears a beautiful Kanjivaram Silk Saree embellished with golden borders and work all over. The colors of the saree have to be vibrant and lively in nature such as bright pink, orange, green, blue, and more with the tinge of gold all over.
Her jewellery mainly comprises of traditional temple jewellery items such as matha patti, necklaces, heavy bangles, rings, earrings, cummerbund, bajubandh, and more. She looks at her traditional best.
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