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We all know chooda as the customary stack of red and white bangles that most Punjabi and Hindu brides wear on the morning of their wedding day. The ritual not only marks the beginning of a happy married life, but is also considered to be quite a favourite bridal accessory. While traditionally, it is meant to be worn anytime between 45 days to an year, we are sure that these bridal chooda inspirations will make you want to wear it forever!
If you are one of those bride’s who is not afraid of embracing different colour combinations, then this would be perfect. A great idea would be to mix and match your choodas with a bright hue to contrast it beautifully with your wedding lehenga.
Fancy a monotonous colour for your wedding? We say, you opt for a all-round colour palette that also complements your skin tone. A blush toned chooda design like this would not only work well with gold jewellery but will also brighten up your overall bridal look.
Lovers of jewellery, behold! Choodas don’t necessarily have to be red and white throughout. You can definitely mix and match them with different hues of red and stack it up with gold or silver jewellery. Paired with intricate kundan kadas, this one’s a great idea.
Go the extra mile and exude your inner diva avatar in aubergine hued choodas matched with traditional gold jewellery. The fresh burst of colour certainly adds a refreshing new look to this gorgeous bridal ensemble.
There is nothing more beautiful than embracing your roots and making the most of your culture and tradition. The red and white chooda will always remain a classic and will definitely favour most bridal ensembles regardless of the colour of your lehenga.
If you’re wearing a traditional red lehenga and want to up the ante with your jewellery selection, then an edgy combo would be perfect. Match them with pretty bangles for a subtle contrast. How lovely does this bride look in her bright pink chooda matched with sleek pink bangles?!
Even though choodas mostly complement traditional Indian wear, it is quite a versatile accessory that looks great with western wear. The bridal choodas on this bride not only look stunning with the cocktail gown but also works as an intricate statement piece.
Sometimes, it is the small details that matter. A minimalist bride exudes grace and elegance like no other. A delicately stacked chooda in bright hues like this one here, will be a great option for someone who wants to add just the right amount of bling to their overall bridal look.