Indian Wedding and Jewellery

Indian Wedding and Jewellery

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Bridal Kundan Jewelry Necklaces and Earrings

Kundan jewelry draws its inspiration from the art, wealth, and power of the Mughal Dynasty. 22k gold is the most featured metal, with rose cut diamonds, emeralds, rubies, and other precious stones surrounded by the detailed pattern-work that characterizes the jewelry of this era. Most of the handmade jewelry pieces in the collection are completely unique, hand-crafted by some of the best jewelry artisans in India who spend 2-8 weeks creating a single intricate work. This one of a kind jewelry beholds painstaking and breath-taking artistic detail, and the use of only the finest materials makes the Kundan jewelry a favorite amongst celebrities and high-profile clientele throughout the world. The splendor and brilliance of the Mughal empire comes through in the works of art that comprise the distinctive and world-renowned Kundan jewelry collection, which adds timelessness and depth to the dynamic selection of earrings, pendants, broaches,bangles, designer Indian necklaces, designer rings. Some of my favourite Kundan Bridal Sets are shown below which include Necklace, Earrings, Maang Tika, Nath and Haath Phool in dull gold finish studded with pachi kundan and rhodonite stones.

Thursday, September 13, 2012

India Bridal Fashion Week 2012

Tarun Tahiliani opened India Bridal Fashion Week 2012 in Mumbai last night with a Sufi-esque show set in an enchanted garden of overgrown, overhanging vines woven around a U-shaped ramp twinkling with fairy light chandeliers.  Highlights from Tahiliani this season include peplum cholis and asymmetrical bridal lehengas that curl up shorter in the front and trail in the back. Also included were slim mermaid gown kurtas, trim sharara silhouettes and the fascinating evolution of the pre-stitched, belted sari and the sari gown — both of which Tahiliani is credited for launching into modern bridal trends. Tahiliani balances the value of traditional couture hand embellishment (zardozi, antique gold work and appliqué) with meshes of Swarovski Elements that serve to modernize Indian bridal couture by making it lightweight and more fun to wear. Here are some stills from the India Bridal Fashion Week.

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Kundan Jewelry at IIJW 2012

IIJW 2012 showcased some of the most exquisite Kundan Jewelry necklaces and earring sets I have seen. Showcasing these beautiful kundan jewelry designs were Madhuri Dixit, Sonam Kapoor, Dia Mirza, Konkona Sensharma among other Bollywood starlets. Here are some of my favourite kundan jewelry designs from IIJW 2012.

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Five Tier Necklace in Kundan

Monday, September 10, 2012

Indian Wedding Bridal Diamond Jewellery

If Diamond jewellery is your style this wedding season, check out these beautiful diamond necklaces and jewellery sets combined with gorgeous pearls and other semi precious stones. These designs are available at Tanishq jewellery stores.

Thursday, September 6, 2012

Marathi wedding, bridal saree and jewellery

Typical Maharashtrian bridal saree colours are yellow, green and purple. These sarees are usually called Paithanis and they have a golden border. The hairstyle is usually a bun adorned with mogra flowers ("gajara"). Nose ring or "Nath" is worn. The bindi is typical and shaped like a crescent moon with a dot below it. Bangles are always green in colour with interspersed gold bangles in between or on the sides. Marathi style of wearing a saree is called "Kashta" or "Navari" saree and is usually when the saree is tucked from in between the legs.


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