By Shivali Dhiman Last Updated:
Indian weddings have an age-old tradition of using flowers to decorate the wedding venue. But these days, the usage of flowers in a wedding is not limited to just the venue décor. With the latest trend of floral jewellery, flowers are now used to enhance the beauty of the bride as well! Floral jewellery is something that makes all women feel special and unique. That is why, so many brides are going for this trend these days.
Well, if you too are planning to wear the refreshing floral jewellery on any of your wedding functions, then here are a few important things we would want you to know about!
Floral jewellery comes in a wide variety of styles and you can get whatever you want. The usual set includes a pair of earrings, necklace, maang tikka, bracelet and anklets. But if you also want something extra, such as a bajuband, haathphool or a kamarband, you can always ask for it from your jewellery provider. If you want to be really creative and different, you can even go for a floral dupatta!
The type of flowers used to make floral jewellery generally depends on your choice and the colour of your outfit. Usually, all types of flowers are used to make floral jewellery. However, it is easier to make jewellery out of small flowers rather than the large ones. Roses, orchids, carnations, tuberose (rajnigandha) and jasmine flowers are some of the most popular types of flowers used for making this type of jewellery.
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If you are worried that the flowers used to make your jewellery will not last for the entire duration of the wedding function, then put your fears to rest. Floral jewellery will last throughout the day without wilting, even in the summer season. In fact, if you keep it under refrigeration, it will survive for about three days.
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It usually takes one whole day to make a set of basic floral jewellery. It is best to place your order at least one month in advance, especially if you are going for some exotic flowers. It gives your jewellery designer plenty of time to prepare and have the jewellery ready in time. Most designers will insist on meeting the bride to discuss or see the colour of her outfit so that they can find out the flowers that will match it. The jewellery is made free size so that you are not required to come for measurement trials.
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So, take a break from the usual gold, diamond, platinum, or any other metallic jewellery, and opt for the floral jewellery for your wedding. Trust us, you would not only be the most stylish bride of this season, but also be a trendsetter.