India is full of different culture and traditions. Different communities follow different traditions during weddings. This includes the wedding outfits and jewelry, too. Today, we are going to discuss Gujarati brides and the Jewelry trends they should not ignore. Gujarati weddings are full of colors and they are known for their fun-loving nature. One of the most important parts of their wedding is jewelry. Gold, Kundan and diamond jewelry are a part of Gujarati bride’s outfit. They love to deck up brides in gold and diamond ornaments
Being a Gujarati bride, you must know what’s in trend and what’s not. Devika Patel, Jewelry Expert on Truly Bridal by Kalyan Jewellers will guide you on what are the must-haves for a Gujarati Bride. She is a Gujarati herself and knows the ins and outs of Gujarati trends and traditions. She will make sure that you look like a diva on your D-day.
If you are confused between gold and diamonds then take Devikas advice. She suggests that you should invest in both. Gold is a solid long term investment and diamonds are a girls best friend 😉 Go for a heavy gold Gala nu Haar and Kaan ni Butti and opt for a diamond necklace for the reception. Hathphool is a must-have for a Gujarati bride. Plus, the point of a hathphool is that it is in vogue these days and you can flaunt it at your pre and post-wedding functions, too. Devika says Gujarati brides usually adorn gold jewelry like Nathni, Bajubandh, Payal, Kamarbadh, Matha Patti and many more. She showed some gorgeous pieces from Kalyan Jewellers Latest Bridal Collection Mudhra. Each one of them is exceptional 😀
Most brides don’t wear their wedding jewelry after the D-day because their ornaments are either too heavy or don’t match with anything. Devika made it a point to show you how you can style these awesome pieces after your wedding too. Checkout the video for some styling tips from the expert herself.
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