There is no event more momentous for a bride than her wedding. And a wedding is synonymous with beautiful outfits and stunning gold jewellery. Wedding jewellery must make a bold statement. A typical set for Indian brides includes earrings, a necklace, bangles, anklets and a mang tikka. While these are ornamental, wearing a mangalsutra for the first time is a vital part of the wedding ceremony.  

The Necklace

A gold necklace may be considered the centrepiece for an online bridal jewellery set. Designs like the Gold Necklace Set (Product Code: NSNEERHDPCSUA004) as well as the Karvari Anokhi Gold Necklace are fine examples of traditional bridal necklaces.

Some necklaces are created as part of a set. In case you want a contemporary styled necklace, the Mine Diamond Necklace (Product Code: NSMBNK20190) in rose gold is a great option. The type of diamonds used can be customized for such necklaces according to your budget.

The Earrings

If you don’t buy online bridal jewellery set with matching earrings, you can always mix and match earring designs. Most brides prefer wearing long, heavy earrings like the Fulki Filigree Chand Bali and the Dalisa Dangler Earrings.

If you have multiple ear piercing, delicate studs on your second or third piercing can add an elegant spin. The Romantic Joy Earrings and The Suneha Stud Earrings are ideal examples of such stud earrings.

Your wedding jewellery should also include lighter yet spotlight-worthy designs like The Elara Lotus Chand Bali Earrings. These are must-haves for your Mehendi and sangeet.

The Mang Tikka And Nath

A bride’s gold jewellery set is incomplete without a mang tikka and a nath. Such is the importance of these pieces of jewellery that though they may be worn only for special occasions, almost all gold jewellery design finder apps have a section dedicated to them. When it comes to a mang tikka, there are two gold jewellery design styles to choose between – a single mang tikka like the Zyanna Mudhra Gold Mang Tikka and a heavier style like the Raadhi Mudhra Gold Mang Tikka. 

When it comes to choosing a gold jewellery design for the nath, you could either pick a solid gold piece or match the colour of the gemstones used to your outfit. For example, the Kulini Mudhra Gold Nath would pair excellently with a deep red lehenga.

The Mangalsutra

For Indian brides, the mangalsutra is a symbol of their marital status. Thus, when you look for wedding jewellery online, this is sure to be an important category. There are many different types of mangalsutras available online. These range from simple string designs like the Sukanya Mangalsutra to heavy pendant designs like the Alekha Mangalsutra. 

The Bangles

Some customs dictate a special type of bangle to be worn by young brides. If not, bangles are an integral part of your trousseau. Designs like the Gujarati Bride Ethnix Gold Bangle Set (Product Code: BSBAGEANKDHSA002) and the Mira Cluster Link Bangle beautiful examples of wedding jewellery online. Alternatively, you can stack slimmer gold bangles together. Every bride has a unique preference for the type of jewellery she wants to wear on her big day. The good news is that whether you’re looking for something classic or something modern, there is no dearth of options to choose between. 

A gold jewellery design finder like Finaura presents beautiful pieces from some of India’s top jewellers on a single platform so you can shop conveniently and comfortably. 

Finaura is a gold jewellery design finder that helps you to find the best gold jewellery designs from the most trusted Indian gold jewellers. You can download the Finaura App from Google Playstore.

If you have any queries please feel free to contact us. Call us on +91 484 2388285 or email us at finaura@finahub.com

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