Right from Kundan to Polki jewellery designs, you would see some very amazing temple jewellery designs around, which you can choose for your own wedding to wear. The collection we have at Krishna Jewellers Pearls & Gems is one of a kind, stunning and stylish, which we are sure you would love to wear on your D-Day. Here are three types of temple jewellery designs amongst the many that we have for you. Check them out.
Also known as Mango Mala is a piece of traditional temple jewellery, which is a hit amongst South Indian brides. The distinctive part of this type of jewellery is that it is unique and worn for special occasions like weddings. It is simple and very elegant in design and matches well with gold earrings, gold chokers and more.
Also known as Vaddanam, it is a traditional piece of South Indian jewellery, known as the Kamarbandh. This is worn on the waist, by the South Indian bride mostly, with a traditional type rich saree, Kanjeevaram or something belonging to the same category on her D-day. It is considered a must-have for all South Indian brides, but now other brides are also following suit. The vadiyanam is adorned with gemstones and emeralds, which adorns the waistline and the entire bridal trousseau too.
Commonly called the Bajubandh, the Vanki is a stunning piece of jewellery for Indian weddings. Especially for brides down South India, they pair the vanki, the gold earrings and gold chokers, with their saree, which is the attire they wear for their wedding. You can wear a small-sleeved blouse or a puffed sleeved blouse and you would look beautiful in it, with the vanki and this we can guarantee you of.
These were some of the many temple jewellery designs for you to choose from. Do contact us for more styles.
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