After all the wedding drama is over, the ‘bahu’ moments arrive. From the first Diwali to the first dinner party at home as husband and wife, you have umpteen outfits to prepare for. Besides that, you need to add some extra bling to your newly married look. Here are 15 gorgeous jewellery pieces for post wedding events. Take your pick, ladies.
1. Rani Of The House
It's time to double the drama with these gold and pink earrings. The whole combination of so many different elements looks regal. Pair this up with simple anarkalis or kurtis to jazz up your look.
Shaped like disco balls, this bracelet is one of a kind. The different sizes add a unique touch to the jewel piece. Wear this with simple diamond or gemstones earrings and a pendant for an elegant look.
A traditional layered necklace for the days you want to take a break from heavy earrings seems sweet. These translucent beads along with the rounded kundan pieces look marvellous. Pair this neckpiece up with simple floral sarees in pastel shades. Keep the earrings very small.
Want to try something more modern? This ring will serve the purpose perfectly. It’s best to match your smart western outfits and even the simple fusion ensembles with this ring. Wear rounded or square earrings and exude confidence, ladies.
When you are in the mood to spice up things a bit and not just go for a boring look, you wouldn’t mind trying this delicate haath phool. The trio of floral motifs resting on your finger will look incredible and you’re sure to make a fashion statement after the shaadi with this accessory.
Made from natural stones, this pair of aqua blue and gold earrings is every bit beautiful. Wear this for a formal event and be assured to get noticed. Finish the look with a cocktail ring in gold to bring out the most charismatic version of you.
This silver metalled necklace is not over the top yet makes a statement. Pair this along with gold or silver earrings and make it large by choosing jhumkis or long danglers for a pretty, festive and feminine look post shaadi.
Stock up on loads of bangles in a variety of colours to adorn your hands while wearing sarees or ethnic suits. This combination has an assorted style of bangles along with some classic red and pink stones to make your new bridal feels stronger.
Do yourself a favour and invest in one of these. They complete the look beautifully along with your traditional kundan, meenakari gold and stones jewellery. Whenever you feel that your hands are looking bare, just put these on and you’re good to go.
This darling stringed beauty is going to come very handy when you are wearing a deeper neck. Wear this with pearl or gold earrings for a luxurious look without working too hard. It’s a great accessory for a newlywed, we say.
This is one gold pair you should have. The bold discs and the pearl drops add a great conventional value to this and we cannot help but imagine wearing this with our silk sarees and salwar suits. Complete the look with a simple chained necklace.
A perfect ring when you feel you need to add just a little bijou to your ensemble. This round shaped kundan ring will match with most of your fine jewellery and thus is a total saver when it comes to taking things a notch up! Go on, newlyweds, get your hands on this one.
Sometimes, it’s best to go old school and pick a victorian style jewellery piece. Take these rough cut stone studded earrings. A well-deserved break from gold, subtle yet worth having and showing off with black and white outfits.
Putting on a tiny diamond pendant in a gold chain seems appropriate when you don’t want to overdo the earrings and necklace bit. Just toss this delightful infinity symbol pendant along with tiny stud earrings and spread the love all around your new family.