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There is no other occasion so important in any woman’s life as her marriage, to own all the splendid jewelry. If you are dreaming of a wedding that resembles that of an Indian Rajkumari then kundan or polki jewelry is set to realize your royal imagination. Jewelry crafted in antique finish has become popular in India for its ethnic looks and have become a significant bridal choice. The haath-phools, maang-tikkas, kadas, vanki, waist belts and heavy neck pieces in antique designs are making a huge comeback.
Gutta Pusalu haram is a famous South Indian traditional design with heavy bunches of beautifully adorned small pearls, clustered along an antique gold chain. The beautiful Kundankari was introduced to Rajasthan during Moghul period and today the kundan jewelry is the hot favorite of bride-to-be. Kasu haram or kasulaperu is a traditional piece of jewel designed with coins teamed together with embossed design over the coins. A beautiful assortment of an intricate choker or uniquely designed necklaces and harams of different lengths creates a luxurious appearance for the brides.
A matching Mathapatti paired with an ornate piece of Maang Tikka is essential to highlight the bride’s forehead which makes her look like a princess.
Diamond jewelry has occupied a most prominent place in Indian weddings with its precious characteristics.
This lavish elaborate traditional Mango Mala intricately set with precious stones is one of the best South Indian wedding jewelry and is very much in trend.

The antique finish layered chains of gold balls, colored beads and Nakshi work is all set to give the bride a million dollar appearance. The Gutta pusalu haram or necklace is usually studded with rich rubies, emeralds or kundans and looks very graceful which is why it has become a trendy choice for today’s brides.
Gems and stones are so skillfully set in gold with intricate Meenakari work which makes the ornament look extremely elegant.
Richly designed jhumkas, gold bangles, vaddanam(waist belt), vanki(armlet), anklets and rings complete the overall bridal look. The Indian bride looks so resplendent in her dazzling jewelry sets teamed up with her exclusive bridal clothing. The lavish bride in her authentic bling-bling diamond jewellery set amazes everyone on her big day. Mango Mala makes the bride look extremely flamboyant and ethnic on the significant occasion. The Goddess pendants studded with precious gem stones, uncut diamonds, polkis, nakshi balls or south sea pearls are trending since this jewellery looks heavy and gives the bride an opulently traditional appearance. Polki necklace sets, heavy chokers, chandbalis or the Jadau polki sets with intricate Meenakari and enamel work are trending now among Indian brides and gives the bride an extremely royal look on her wedding day. The dull polished antique jewelry with black look or Bikaner jewelry in fact camouflages the glittery heavy worked bridal attire. Some of the Gutta pusalu necklaces come in reversible models with different colored  stones studded on both sides.

Pacchi jewelry pieces are created using glass stone, colored pacchi leafs, and moti (pearls).
This famous timeless jewel of Kerala is admired by the brides who want those rich traditional looks. Bridal jewelry accentuates the overall appearance of the bride on her D-day and should be carefully chosen. Diamond jewelry goes well with any kind of bridal attire and adds more extravagance to the great occasion. Every leaf is embellished by hand on the top of the other, which makes pacchi jewelry even more special and unique with a three dimensional appearance.
These Kasu malas are trending in a huge varieties of designs and different traditional works, each piece being an eye-catching antique art. Thanks to all those pre-wedding ceremonies in India such as the Engagement, Sangeet, Haldi ceremony, Mehendi ceremony, Tilak, Janavasam and many more, depending on the family tradition. Aesthetically designed and finely finished, the pacchi jewelry have become the bride’s latest favorite.
Each ceremony have its own importance and the bride looks no less than a princess with all her adorned attire and sparkling precious jewellery.

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