Your Ultimate Guide on Buying Bridal Accessories for Your Wedding Trousseau

Your Ultimate Guide on Buying Bridal Accessories for Your Wedding Trousseau

-by Srishti

Wedding jewellery for a bride is her crowning glory. It holds a special place in her trousseau collection. No matter, she’s having an intimate wedding or a lavish celebration, her bridal accessories reflect on her tradition and appreciate her uniqueness. So, when you are shopping for your bridal jewellery, make sure you don’t do it in haste over weekend’s shopping spree, but give it a proper thought and time, and follow a well-informed approach.

From piling up on the shimmer to indulging in elegance, modern Indian brides have come a long way from the time when MORE used to be MORE. Today’s millennial bride believes in sophistication while shopping for her bridal accessories. Whether you are a Bohemian bride or the one who’s a lover of traditions, here’s a guide to help you choose your bridal accessories.

In case you were wondering where to begin, it is advisable to choose a neckpiece first. Yes, even before you shop for a lehenga. How is this helpful, you ask? Since wedding jewellery is a hefty investment, you must choose it first and then match your lehenga, i.e. investing in a timeless piece over a trendy outfit is what we advise.  Now, while picking up trousseau pieces, the goal is wearability, and not to leave them to gather dust in the bank vault. So, buy a multi-purpose necklace. While choosing the bridal accessories, it’s up to you, whether you want to buy the jewellery as a full set or as individual statement pieces; either way, it is instantly going to elevate your traditional look.

So, whether you already have a Pinterest board filled with your top picks or are beginning your search for bridal accessories online, we are here to help you put together your complete bridal look with our top picks.

For a Bride Who Believes in Minimalism

You can pair a temple necklace with green and magenta beads and jhumkas with a simple yet gorgeous nose ring and Borla Rajputi style maang tikka to celebrate a masterpiece that you are. You can further elevate your look by carrying a carmine red potli in ikkat weave.


Get this gold plated temple necklace, here


Buy this tear-drop shaped ring, here

Get this gold plated round nose ring, here

Buy this Borla Rajputi style maang tikka, here


Buy this red potli, here

How Much is Too Much?

When it comes to dressing up for your wedding day, you can go as extravagant and as over-the-top as you want. This is your day and you can dress up as you want. So, here we have curated some of the most precious and timeless pieces to get your wedding trousseau ready, just the way you like it.

Buy this multi-strand necklace, here


Buy this gold plated temple choker, here


Buy this one-sided maang tikka, here


Buy these Kundan studded chandelier earrings, here


Buy this gold plated nose pin, here


Buy this gold potli bag, here

Bride Who Wants to Flaunt A Regal Look

Showcasing some of the regal and stately-looking pieces for the bride-to-be. The heavily embellished multi-strand necklace can be paired with Kundan earrings and maang tikka to complete your awe-inspiring look.


Buy this white pearl multi-strand necklace, here


Buy these chandelier earrings in crescent shape, here


Buy this kundan studded maang tikka, here


Buy this red sling clutch bag, here

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