Your wedding day is one of the most special days of your life. As a bride, you want everything to be perfect, from the dress to the jewellery. Wedding jewellery plays an important role in enhancing the overall look of the bride. It can make or break the entire outfit. Choosing the perfect wedding jewellery can be overwhelming, but it doesn't have to be. Here are some tips and tricks to help Indian brides choose the perfect wedding jewellery .
Consider Your Outfit -
Your Wedding jewellery should complement your wedding outfit. The style, color, and design of your jewellery should complement your wedding dress. If you are wearing a traditional red lehenga, consider choosing gold or kundan jewellery. If you are wearing a modern outfit, consider wearing diamond or platinum jewellery. Your Wedding jewellery should be a reflection of your personal style and should enhance your overall look.
The WeaverStory's Zhalak Necklace Set With Moissanite Polki And Pearls Handcrafted In Pure Silver makes for an elegant set that is super versatile and would instantly elevate your look. The base of this piece is made of sterling silver that has been gold-plated, and it is lavishly embellished with a floral expanse of Moissanite Polki stones, red melons-shaped Moissanite Polki drips, and ageless pearl hangings. To give you the full look, the striking earrings are made with the same aesthetic.
Plan Your Budget -
Wedding jewellery can be expensive, so planning your budget beforehand is important. Set a budget for your Wedding jewellery and stick to it. Remember that your Wedding jewellery is an investment and it's important to choose pieces that you will wear again. It's better to choose a few timeless pieces that you can wear on multiple occasions rather than buying something that you will wear only once.
Check out the WeaverStory's Maham Handcrafted Pure Silver Necklace Set With Moissanite Polki And Emeralds. Investing in an item of such everlasting beauty can completely alter your sense of style. Ethereal, rectangle-shaped emerald, diamond, and moissanite polki stones in multiple layers with beautiful pearls and tiny diamond rings in the last layer make for a timeless design. White pearl beads and green watermelon tourmalines are used to embellish these hangings. The multi-layered green beads strewn together in an adjustable string bring the whole piece together in a regal manner. To match the elegance, the earrings are designed with a similar aesthetic.
Choose a Focal Point -
When choosing your Wedding jewellery, choose a focal point. Decide which piece of jewellery you want to highlight. If you are wearing a heavy necklace, consider wearing simple earrings and a bracelet. If you are wearing heavy earrings, consider wearing a simple necklace and bracelet. Choosing a focal point will help create a cohesive look and prevent your jewellery from overwhelming your outfit.
Have a look at the WeaverStory's Farida Handcrafted Pure Silver Necklace Set With Moissanite Polki And Emeralds. Inspired by royalty and the impeccable treasures of the Mughal queens and princesses, this gold-plated, pure silver necklace is destined to make you stand out from the crowd. The head-turner necklace consists of the Moissanite Polki and timeless pearl strings adorned with drop-shaped Moissanite Polki hangings decorated with green watermelon tourmalines and green and white moti.
When looking at statement pieces that draw attention to a single point, you must also consider Noushin Moissanite Polki Earring with Pure Silver and Tiny Pearls. Together with the hanging jhumki, this blend of history and style is flawless. The combination of polki and colored stones set in pure silver are oozing class and luxury. This classic form of earring is made even more beautiful by the freshness of the pearl drops on jhumkis.
Consider Your Hairstyle -
Your wedding jewellery should complement your hairstyle. If you are wearing your hair up, consider wearing statement earrings. If you are wearing your hair down, consider wearing a necklace or a bracelet. Your wedding jewellery should enhance your hairstyle and complement your overall look.
Check out a few standalone statement pieces from the WeaverStory such as Dania Handcrafted Pure Silver Bracelet With Moissanite Polki And Ruby and Naima Handcrafted Pure Silver Earrings With Moissanite Polki And Melons
Choose Jewellery that You Will Wear Again -
Your wedding jewellery is an investment, so it's important to choose pieces that you will wear again. Consider choosing classic pieces that are timeless and versatile. Classic pieces like diamond studs, pearl necklaces, and gold bangles can be worn on multiple occasions and will never go out of style.
The WeaverStory's collection of classic moissanite polki jewellery consists of timeless pieces made in gold-plated sterling silver that can be worn multiple times with various outfits, both Indian and Western ensembles. Do have a look at the
Think About Your Wedding Theme -
Your wedding theme can also influence your choice of wedding jewellery. If you are having a traditional Indian wedding, consider wearing gold or kundan jewellery. If you are having a beach wedding, consider wearing simple and elegant jewellery. Your wedding jewellery should complement your wedding theme and enhance the overall aesthetic of your wedding.
Try on Different Pieces -
Before making a final decision, try on different pieces of jewellery. It's important to see how the jewellery looks on you and how it complements your wedding outfit. Try different styles, colors, and designs to find the perfect wedding jewellery.
Choosing the perfect wedding jewellery can be overwhelming, but it doesn't have to be. By considering your outfit, planning your budget, choosing a focal point, considering your hairstyle, choosing jewellery that you will wear again, thinking about your wedding theme, and trying on different pieces, you can find the perfect wedding jewellery. With these tips and tricks, you can choose jewellery that complements your overall look and enhances the beauty of your wedding day. Remember to choose pieces that you will wear again, as your wedding jewellery is an investment in your personal style.
Author - Aditi Bapna