#GUESTBLOGALERT! – The Bride Guide

We at the bride guide endeavour to inspire and essentially guide brides regarding  their outfits, jewellery, hair and makeup, trousseau. Wedding websites often put up beautiful images of brides which get you awestruck. We like to take that effort a notch higher by actually giving you tips and recommendations by telling you what works and what doesn’t! Not everything you see may suit you thats where we come to break it down and make it simpler for you! Lastly we are always on the hunt to introduce new talent in this clutter filled industry. We believe in the classics, specially designers in clothes and jewellery  who have reigned over decades. We also have foresight and faith in the upcoming young talent of our country. We believe there is inspiration everywhere for brides all you you need is the perfect guide!

 

Jadau and Gold Jewellery combination options

 

#1: Jadau with a coloured stones

Jadau jewellery with an emerald or ruby stone hanging can add so much character to your necklace.

Image Courtesy: Aviraj Saluja

#2: Layering Jadau with Pearls

Jadau with pearls give a soft break to the polki pieces. You can opt for different shades of pearls. South sea pearls in different sizes  are a great option. Also layering your necklace with two pieces is advantageous. It gives you two separate necklaces which can be repeated easily and at the same time gives you a heavy timeless look. In this case a choker and a long one look so apt!

Image Courtesy: Photo Wale

 

#3: One solid necklace

If you don’t have major budget constraints and are looking for a royal vibe, such a solid necklace with big polki pieces is nothing but Grand! It may not have great repeat value but you only get married once! Though i still recommend to keep in mind how you can make changes to utilise it later.

Image Courtesy: Talwar Jewellers

 

#4: Gold Temple jewellery

Gold Jewellery is a great investment compared to jadau. And it can be sometimes more reasonable giving you a heavy look at the same time. Temple jewellery usually has beautiful and intricate carvings that are truly timeless. Pairing it with chunky gold jhumkis is highly recommended for a truly traditional look.

Image Courtesy: Wed Me Good

 

#5: Chokers

Chokers are such a beautiful style of neck pieces a bride can adorn. Though chokers i highly recommend for brides with a longer neck. This accentuates the length of the neck giving a slimmer look. A wider and lower neck blouse is perfect for it to show against your skin.

Image Courtesy: Signature Films

 

#6: Multi Layering

Multi layering gives a good break from monotony. A jadau necklace with a string of emeralds or ruby stones is a great option of mixing and matching polki and precious stones. Another tip would be to choose same coloured drops on the jadau necklace as the long beaded strings!( like the bride in the attached pic). This would create a contrasting and a matching look at the same time.

Image Courtesy: Knotting Bells

 

Written By: Chandni Bafna Gupta - The Bride Guide

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