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Bridal Jewellery

Bridal Jewellery

Handcrafted Opulence for Your Special Day - Bespoke Jewels in Gold, Diamond, Polki, Kundan.

Store Location

Krishna Jewellers Pearls and Gems
ADDRESS
Plot No, 1222, Rd Number 36, Near Metro Station Check Post, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad, Telangana 500033
Store Manager :
Mobile : 8499011111
Email : [email protected]
Location
Krishna Pearls - Jubilee Hills
ADDRESS
Plot no 1222, 2nd Floor, Above Krishna Jewellers Pearls And Gems Road N0.36, Near Metro Station, Jubilee Hills
Store Manager :
Mobile : 8499011111
Email : [email protected]
Location
Krishna House Of Silver
ADDRESS
2nd floor, block B, 8-2-293 82, A/1222, Rd Number 36, Hyderabad, Telangana 500033
Store Manager :
Mobile : 8499011111
Email : [email protected]
Location

Bridal Jewellery Enhances the Beauty of the Indian Bride   

 An elegant set of bridal jewellery always enhances the beauty of the bride. The wedding bridal jewellery in Hyderabad, India, serves as a symbol of wealth and status. While many enjoy glorifying a bride's beauty as part of Indian tradition and culture, gold jewellery is among the most favourable and precious gifts anyone could give to a bride.

 

Gold bridal jewellery is an absolute must for an Indian bride. When worn, they make a tinkling sound with every movement, tending to remind us of the laughter that signifies the joys of a wedding day. In India, gold is considered precious and has the power to purify anything it comes in contact with. Gold is also a sign of power, wealth, prosperity, good health, and femininity.  

 

Gold bridal jewellery sets include earrings usually chosen to complement the bride's necklace and hairstyle. Gold earrings are considered "required attire" and should be worn throughout the ceremony.

 

South Indian bridal jewellery means heavy use of gold, as seen in antique jewellery sets. From gold-beaded chains to Kundan Haars, antique jewellery has been relied on and regularly sought for wedding jewellery. South Indian bridal jewellery adds richness and provides a traditional and timeless essence.

 

The Paambadam is a kind of earring popularly worn by elderly South Indian women in Tamil Nadu and Kerala.

 

A Mangalsutra or "auspicious thread" is an Indian wedding necklace tied around the Hindu bride's neck during the wedding ceremony. This symbolises that the bride and the groom are bound in matrimony. This also indicates that the bride's status changes to a married woman.

 

Some Indian brides wear diamond bridal jewellery to symbolise love and beauty. This love could be a family member, a romantic partner, or a friend. Diamonds are associated with love and commitment, making them perfect for presenting as an engagement or wedding ring. They are also hard and durable stones that can last a lifetime.

 

If you're wondering what Polki bridal jewellery is, well, Polki is the name applied to uncut and raw diamonds. These are made using gold foil, with a detailed design at the back. The Polki diamond is a timeless and classic style of Indian jewellery suitable for a wedding and investment. As in cut diamonds, Polki can be passed from one generation to another.

 

Indian bridal jewellery grabs the attention of everyone in the wedding with the appeal of its intricate design. However, the beauty of these pieces of jewellery is much deeper and seen as a blend of spiritual and cultural essence for most of a woman's life.

 

Chokers are also popular among South Indian brides of late, as long-style gaudy necklaces called haram were popular in the past. But the modern-day bride feels that purchasing too many long necklaces is not a good idea, as these can only be worn for special occasions. At the same time, chokers can also be worn to a party in the office, as most women are working in the South these days.

 

Every bride feels complete with a touch of jewellery pieces because these pieces give her a majestic look. Bridal jewellery is of great significance as it enhances the beauty of her attire and her beauty.

 

In India, bridal jewellery is given significant value; the bride's look is determined by the kind of jewellery she wears. Due to the beautiful designs and easy availability, Indian bridal jewellery has become well-known worldwide; even people outside India love to adorn it on special occasions.

 

If you are looking for genuine wedding bridal jewellery to give as a gift to a soon-to-be bride, you can visit the website of krishnajewellers.com