Jewellery tips for Bride’s Mother and Sister

As the mother and sister of the bride, next to her, you are likely to receive a lot of attention. You should also keep in mind that you will be one of the stars in her wedding album and videos. Clearly, you want to be remembered by the guests for your stunning taste of jewellery and outfit. This is why you should be very careful in choosing the right wedding jewellery. Choose designs that will complement your outfit, statement earrings and necklaces that can set you apart among the wedding attendees.

Jewellery tips for Bride’s Mother and Sister
Jewellery tips for Bride’s Mother and Sister

Put your best fashionable foot forward at the wedding. But this doesn’t mean to be outrageous or experiment in any way with your jewellery and overshadow the bride. To help you out, Shreya Kalra, Jewellery and Fashion expert from Truly Bridal by Kalyan Jewellers series, is here with some jewelry tips for the mother and sister of the bride that you can make good use of.

Jewellery tips for Bride’s Mother and Sister
Jewellery tips for Bride’s Mother and Sister

According to Shreya, the mother of the bride-to-be should make full use of her antique jewellery pieces and keep it classic and simple, and not overdo it with too much jewellery. And for the sister, she suggests to skip matha patti and to go for a mang tikka or passa instead. She showed some gorgeous pieces from Kalyan Jewellers for both the mother and the sister of the soon-to-be bride.

Jewellery tips for Bride’s Mother
Jewellery tips for Bride’s Mother

These were some of the tips she gave in the video. Shreya made sure that you know about the latest jewellery trends and what are the must-haves in your jewel case. Check out the video to know what else you need to keep in mind before choosing the jewellery.

Be rest assured that Shreya will help you look the best on the most important day of your sister’s & daughter’s life!

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    Ankita

    Yes, Very important topic. You represent girl’s family you have to look better than boy’s family. 😉 I think the sister’s advice was better as I never picture my mother wearing big Jhumka’s on my wedding. Nice tips!

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