By Ankita Mukherjee Last Updated:
A bridal outfit is never complete without a proper jewellery set. It's a jewellery set that helps each and every bride to attain different looks. And over time, we have seen brides wearing gold jewellery, polki to kundan sets. But as we know, 'Diamonds are a girl's best friend'. There are brides who opt for different patterned diamond jewellery to pair up with their outfit and look absolutely dazzling. Even the dainty neckpieces can transform your regular look into something alluring.
A jewellery box comes with many options from where a bride can choose her perfect pick. From chokers, and bibs to ordinary necklaces, layered neckpieces to haar and many more, along with matching earrings, a varied range of maang teeka, matha patti, sheesh patti, nath, haath phool and so on and so forth. Every look deserves an exquisite set of jewellery, and here are a few brides who shone like real stars at their wedding by donning sparkling diamond jewellery with their grandeur designer bridal outfits. Read on as we decode further and take inspiration for your own wedding.
Be it the wedding day, reception night, cocktail party or sangeet, name any event, any outfit, diamond is the one jewellery that goes perfectly with every occasion. This bride looked absolutely stunning in a pale pink-coloured embellished outfit which she paired with an embroidered dupatta. However, what caught our attention was her unique half-n-half neckpiece design that was adorned with diamonds. She accentuated her look with barfi-designed diamond and pearl studded earrings and completed the whole look with bold eyes, shimmery makeup and glossy lip shade.
The bride, Twisha wore an intricately embroidered red lehenga choli from the shelves of Anamika Khanna. However, instead of pairing her look with gold jewellery, she opted for a diamond set and dazzled like a star. She donned a layered neckpiece, along with haar that was adorned with a ruby pendant and it added a special charm to her look. She completed it with matching ruby embellished diamond earrings, and it was her diamond-studded chandbali nath that caught our attention.
There are a few brides who opt for heavy jewellery instead of heavy outfit and let their accessories do the talking. This bride had donned a blush pink-coloured lehenga choli and paired her look with an emerald and diamond studded string choker, along with a layered neckpiece. She further accentuated her look with matching earrings and maang teeka, and a single-line diamond nath. She completed her look with subtle makeup and tied her hair in a bun.
Influencer bride, Sanjana Rishi had worn a powder blue-coloured pantsuit with a beige bralette and a sheer dupatta with a scalloped embroidered hemline at her wedding. She had accessorised her look with a dainty layered diamond neckpiece, a pair of hoops, and a diamond and pearl studded maang teeka.
The bride, Ayesha opted for a gorgeous ivory-coloured sequinned saree from Manish Malhotra's collection for her reception night. However, it was her choice of jewellery and the MM veil that made her look like a royal princess. She completed her look with a waterfall-patterned, beautifully designed diamond neckpiece along with a pair of earrings. Her subtle makeup and the messy low bun had accentuated her look.
Another design that is quite trending nowadays is the layered choker. Many brides are donning these kinds of jewellery pieces to add charm to their look. This bride opted for a layered diamond and mauve-coloured stone studded choker to pair with her mauve-coloured wedding outfit.
The South Indian bride had donned a Kanjeevaram saree and paired her look with a diamond and emerald stone studded five-tiered exquisite haar, along with a necklace, earrings and a kamarbandh. She looked absolutely stunning.
Flared choker bib or necklace is another jewellery pattern that many brides are opting for nowadays. These designs exude royalty and give the brides a rani feeling. This bride wore a pastel pink-coloured intricately embroidered lehenga choli and paired it with a matching embellished dupatta. She accentuated her look with a diamond and peach-hued stone studded flared neckpiece, jhumkas, maang teeka and a beautiful floral-designed nath. This makeup artist-turned-bride kept her look dewy.
This bride looked like an angel at her wedding as she donned a pristine white-coloured lehenga choli which featured intricate embellishment with beads, crystals and pearls and paired her outfit with a long trail. She accentuated her look with a crown-cut diamond neckpiece, matching earrings, a passa and a nath. She tied her hair neatly and adorned it with hair accessories. The bride completed her look with winged eyeliner, high-defined brows and nude brown lip shade.
These are a few brides who opted for uniquely designed diamond jewellery for their wedding events and looked like shooting stars. Would you like to opt for diamond jewellery for your wedding, or will you choose the kundan or polki designs? Let us know!