Weddings in every part of India are unique. When it comes to south Indian brides, a stunning Kanjeevaram saree and gold jewellery are probably the most prominent talking points. Brides are known for their heavy gold wedding jewellery. There are many different jewellery styles for today’s south Indian bride. You could go classical with a white Kanjeevaram and temple jewellery or pair a coloured silk saree with diamond or gemstone-studded Kempu jewellery. Let’s take a look.
When you see a south Indian bride, her necklaces and chains are one of the first things you will notice about her. South Indian brides are known to wear up to 12 pieces of jewellery around her neck. This includes chokers like the Ashini Nimah Gold Necklace and the Akalpa Kyra Lappa Gold Necklace and chains of varying lengths like the Parushi Chandraharam Kyra Gold Necklace and the Ahana Nivara Gold Necklace.
Some of the most distinctive south Indian wedding jewellery styles include pieces known as Palakka Mala, Kasu Mala, Mullamottu Mala and the Nagapada Thali. Brides may choose an all-gold look with necklaces like the Saashi Sankalp Gold Necklace or a more modern look with gemstone studded necklaces like the Divine Gold Necklace (Product Code: BLRAAAAGKBTR).
When it comes to wedding jewellery for south Indian brides, jhumkas are the most popular type of earrings. Chunky, temple jewellery style jhumkas like the Divine Gold Earring (Product Code: BLRAAAAGPPBO) and the Divine Gold Earring (Product Code: STDICDTRJUA696) are examples of classic gold jewellery styles.
For a unique twist on traditional styles, consider layered jhumkas like the Malabar Gold Earring (Product Code: MHAAAAAGTQIF) on the Finaura gold jewellery design finder. You could also look at heavy danglers like the Era Uncut Diamond Earring (Product Code: BLRAAAAEUJRT) and the Divine Gold earring ( Product Code: STDINGTRJUA005).
A Stack Of Bangles
A south Indian bride’s outfit would be incomplete without a stack of bangles on both wrists. Yellow gold is typically for the ideal look, stack bangles of varying thickness. Popular designs in bridal jewellery collections include the Rucha Kyra Gold Bangle, the Gritav Kyra Gold Bangle and the Aarunya Nivara Gold Bangle.
These bangles can be interspersed with gemstone studded bangles like the Parisa Rang Gold Bangle and the 22kt Yellow Gold Bangle for Women (Model No: JVBM13014899).
The Maang Tikka
Maang tikkas worn by brides in south India are different from the ones worn by north Indian brides. These maang tikkas typically frame the bride’s face along her hairline. Classic examples of this type of gold jewellery design would be the Raadhi Mudhra Gold Maang Tikka and the Kasiga Mudhra Gold Maang Tikka.
Unique South Indian Jewellery Pieces
There are certain pieces that are unique to south Indian wedding jewellery. For example, in addition to bangles, many south Indian brides also wear a baju bandh on their arms. A gold Kamar bandh is another important piece of south Indian jewellery for brides. Then there’s bridal jewellery designed specifically to ornament a bride’s long plait. This may be in pure gold. And lastly, a bride must have toe rings to complete her look.
Finding the perfect wedding jewellery for a south Indian bride is easy. Instead of having to walk in and out of stores, you can browse through designs on a gold jewellery design finder like Finaura. Explore gold jewellery designs from some of India’s top jewellers and pick your favourite.
Shopping online is safe as all the designs are hallmarked and the payment gateways are secure. Once you’ve chosen the design, simply confirm your order and wait for it to be delivered home.
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