Must-Have Styles Of Jewellery For South Indian Brides

They say that jewellery is like excellent spice - it always approves what's already there. And in this case, it's the majestic beauty of a bride on her marriage day.

From scintillating Kanjivaram sarees to unique blouse designs and even saree lehengas! There is so much goal-worthy marriage inspo from the bridal trousseau of a South Indian bride. And it's not just the companies we pine after from her wardrobe, but also some of the most exquisite pieces and styles of jewellery complete to South Indian brides. 

So, after studying South Indian brides that always depart jaw-dropping wedding ideas, we've gathered a list of the different types of jewellery for South Indian brides that have been valued in the past. Gear up, new-age brides, as we list all types of complimentary jewellery for your ultimate bridal look!

 

Styles Of Jewellery For South Indian Brides

 

  • Diamond Jewellery

Diamonds are a girl's best friend. And these lovely shiny little things have been a central part of Indian weddings due to their preciousness. Honestly, every bride merits showing off her bling on her big day. Diamond jewellery goes well with every dress, especially green, pink, or red!

 

  • Antique Gold Jewellery

Gold jewellery is presumably the type we have all seen in South Indian weddings. Believed to be optimistic, this jewellery is made in many designs and forms, like Meenakari, Kundan, etc., and is deemed one of the best for South Indian brides. Since South Indian gold is barely lighter, antique gold jewellery is shone a bit darker to look like a dull gold colour that camouflages the heavy blingy look of the dress.

Antique designs like haath pools, maang tikkas, kadas, vans, waist belts, and heavy neckpieces have been produced, especially in South Indian bridal fashion. And when talking of popular antique gold jewellery for South Indian brides, the Gundla Mala (beaded necklace having three layers) is also a hot selection amongst brides. 

 

  • Nakshi and Temple Jewellery

Nakshi and Temple jewellery give brides a divine and beautiful look. Brides in the South are staggering Nakshi jewellery, which makes them look like a million dollars. Nakshi and Temple's jewellery is more prevalent than any because of their wealth and royal loo.

Pendants of Lakshmi & Ganesh studded with exceptional gemstones, uncut diamonds, polkis, nashi beads, and south sea pearls are hot and trending in bridal fashion. Nakshi waist belts, traditionally known as vaddanams, are preferred to exhibit the overall bridal appearance.

 

  • Polki Diamond Jewellery

If you desire a wedding resembling an Indian Rajkumari, then Kundan or Polki jewellery is set to discover your royal imagination. Polki jewellery which Moghuls presented, is made of incomplete natural diamonds. Polki necklace sets, heavy chokers, chandbalis, or the Jadau Polki sets with detailed Meenakari and enamel work are trending now among Indian brides and give the bride an incredibly royal glimpse on her wedding day.

 

  • Mango Mala

Mango Malas, traditionally known as Manga Malai, is a South Indian jewellery in the form of a necklace with beads that resemble a mango shape strung together with a long and wide chain. The extravagantly decorated and ethnic mango Mala creates any bride look excessively striking on this momentous day. 

 

  • Kundan Jewellery 

Kundankari, developed in Rajasthan during the Mughal era, is popular jewellery for weddings down south, made from Kunan (glass stones). Kundan is something we often see decorating a bride's neck. The talent to set these gems and stones into intricately designed jewellery is fantastic and so refined that even a delicate Kundan choker can make a bride look smart. 

 

  • Guttapusalu Haram / Pearls Necklace

A heritage necklace is a necessary ornament that every woman possesses. And it is a crucial part of every South Indian bride's attire. One such heritage necklace design is the Guttapusalu. Guttapusalu is a loopy necklace creation that owes its roots to the pearl fishing coastal areas of the Andhra region. The necklace is created with columns of beads attached in fringes which seem like a small fish shoal, therefore the name. This is further decorated with ways to decorate the base area of the necklace. It is usually studded with rich rubies, emeralds, or Kundans and looks very elegant, which is why it's become an intelligent choice for today's brides.

 

  • Pacchi Jewellery 

The stunning appeal of Pachchikam or Pachhi jewellery has allowed it to acquire a popularity status in the modern world. It is a centuries-old, particularly intricate jewellery art that developed in Jaipur. Pacchi jewellery pieces are designed using glass stone, coloured pacchi leaves, and pearls. Every leaf is decorated by hand on top of the other, which makes pacchi jewellery even more memorable and unique due to its three-dimensional impression. Aesthetically designed and finely completed, the pacchi jewellery has become the bride's latest favourite.

 

  • Kasu Haram / Kasulaperu

'Kasulaperu' is the Telugu title of an iconic jewellery creation that is both smart and trendy. It is a form of neckpiece and consists of gold coins imprinted with the pictures of deities connected. Kasu harams are a kind of gold jewellery for South Indian brides that comes in either a shiny or dull antique finish. This famous and timeless jewellery is appreciated by brides looking for a richer everyday look. Kasulaperu's are huge in South Indian bridal fashion and come in various varieties, with each piece being a fine, eye-catching piece of art. 

 

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