10 Tips for Buying Wedding Jewellery- Wedding bells are here! And we are sure like any bride; you too, wish to look ethereal on your D-day! And why not! You deserve to look your bridal best! But before anything, make sure to shop wisely especially for your wedding day jewellery. Often times, with the wedding rush, to-be-brides are confused and end up buying whatever is in sight! Make sure that doesn’t happen with you. Use this quick guide to buy the right wedding jewellery
- Choosing the Right Neckwear
Every woman is beautiful in her own way and therefore unique. While some women have a narrow neckline, some have a broad one, while some have delicate necklines, some have a prominent collarbone. Therefore, one size fits all doesn’t work here. You need to choose the neckwear as per your neckline. While there is an array of jewellery you can choose from, there is a perfect neckwear that is meant only for you! It could be either the delicate Pearls and Ruby Colored Stone Embedded; Necklace Set or Diamond Pendant Long Necklace Set or the heavy, royal Meenakari Finish Polki Necklace Set. Pick your choice and look your best!
- Keep the Wedding Fabric in Mind
A bridal look is not independent of the bride’s wedding dress or lehenga. The jewellery, the clothes, the makeup, they all go together! Therefore, finalize your wedding dress before you buy the jewellery. Wedding garments with works on them like zardozi, embroidered, or stone studded would mean choosing jewellery that complements the garment. It has to be hassle free and easy to carry with the garment.
- Colour Coordinate the Jewellery
Jewellery comes in different colour shades. Therefore, it is important to choose the right shade that goes with your wedding look. Your jewellery must stand out in your look but it should not clash with your appearance. Pick your colour right, be it gold, or ruby, or emerald, or pearl, make sure the colour you choose is right!
- Selecting Earrings and Matha Patti
Huge drop earrings and matha patti are trending in the bridal look. But is it the right choice for you? Like we said, every bride is unique. Some have that cute little baby face while some have the lady-like elegance. If you have a small face, a huge matha patti would take up the most of your look. Same goes for huge drop earrings! Therefore, try before you buy. Don’t imitate trends for the wedding look happens only once and make it the best! Prefer the Temple Jewellery Jhumkis or the White Polki Chand Balis? Or looking for more? Take a look at the Jewr N Jewels collection.
- Pairing Earring with Hairstyle
Go for that trial makeup before your purchase your jewellery. Remember, the hairstyle you choose for the day will be instrumental in deciding what earring you will wear. While some brides prefer a bun, some go for the plaited look, while some let their locks loose! The earring you choose must complement your hairstyle. Try the Maroon Meenakari Polki Chand Bali or Ruby Chandbalis to enhance your wedding look.
- Complement Jewellery with Rituals
Indian weddings come with a host of rituals and how beautiful and significant are each of them! While some need you to be simple, some need you to be bright and elegant. For the haldi ceremony wear something light, for the mehendi something heavy yet classy, for the sangeet definitely bright and flashy! Therefore, go as per the
rituals when you plan on buying jewellery
- Invest in Re-usable Jewellery
Wedding jewellery is most definitely an investment but make it a wise investment by choosing something that can be repeated and reused. A one-time wear, is not a prudent choice. Curate a jewellery set that can be mixed and matched with different looks so you can use your wedding jewellery on many more occasions.
- Finger Rings & Bracelets
Rings never go out of fashion. While they are a part of the wedding jewellery ensemble, they can also be an everyday wear, a part of the brunch look, or an evening party. Make sure to buy finger rings that complement your wedding look but can also be worn every day.
- Maang Tika
Maang Tika is definitely a part of your bridal look. Maang tikas are a smaller version of the matha patti and therefore can be worn by all brides regardless of the forehead size or face cut. But make sure the delicacy or the heaviness of the maang tika is chosen wisely. Own your very own classy Meenakari Polki Necklace Set with Mang Tika and complete your bridal look!
- Bangles & Bracelets
Bangles and bracelets are the key to completing the bridal look. While its cultural significance is very important, its appearance is equally important for your wedding look. Therefore, you can choose heavy bangles for the wedding ritual and delicate bracelets for the evening reception. But always buy heavy bangles for that’s something that you will cherish and it will come handy in all the family functions you will soon be expected to attend! Try the Tripled Layered Peridot Stone Bracelet or Double Layered Amethyst Bangle for that perfect look!
These tips are a guidebook for your wedding jewellery shopping! But the best tip that will make you truly beautiful is that pretty smile of yours!
Wear your happiness and that contagious smile to complete the wedding look!