The word Punjabi wedding is synonymous to lavish wedding arrangements. That is how the Punjabi weddings are. You can see the merriment of the event last for over a month. Irrespective of which part of the country you are in, a Punjabi wedding is all about the blend between glamour and emotions. Nikita Mehra, from Truly Bridal by Kalyan Jewellers shares the necessary jewellery you need to look your best on the D-Day.
The bridal wear and lehenga is an adorable combination. The bride ends up looking nothing short of an angel, on this day. The heavy jewellery, make up and the wedding attire is what makes the Punjabi weddings a celebration to remember.
The modern day bride is leaving all traditions behind and opting out of wearing the traditional red wedding lehenga. However, one thing that hasn’t changed over the years is the love Punjabi brides have for traditional Kundan and Jadau pieces.
One of the latest trends this wedding season is the choker neck piece. Many brides have been seen embracing the Kundan choker neck piece along with statement earrings, matching it with a Kundan Maang Tikka. Don’t forget to wear the nathani or nath, gifted to you by your mama to complete your look.
If you’re a Sikh bride, chances are that you are wearing a salwaar kameez or a gourgeous floor length anarkali. To look graceful, go in for a Raani Haar or a Polki set. You can either opt for statement earrings or even a statement Maang Tikka.
To make this emotional day all the more special, add your mother’s or grandmothers gold bangles with your choora. Don’t forget girls, always shop for your wedding jewellery before you decide on your outfit.
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