Intimate, elaborate or a simple ghar ka affair, you want your wedding day to be perfect and magical. After all, it is one of the most important days of your life and everything needs to be on-point. From zeroing in on your dream lehenga to finalising the makeup artist, each and every aspect of your shaadi needs proper research and time. And the same holds true for your wedding jewellery as well. It's the wedding jewellery that finally ties in the whole look together and more often than not, it's the biggest expense of the wedding. From the choker to the earrings, raanihaar, nath, maangtika and matha pattis... there is a lot to buy! My favourite remains the matha patti that frames a bride's face and just adds that royal touch to her look. So brides-to-be, to help you find one for your special day, we've curated a list of bridal matha patti designs that we loved and so would you.
Heavy and oversized matha pattis look beautiful and with the variety of designs and patterns available, a bride can opt for the one that suits her style the best. Here are some of the options that we thought you’d love.
This three-layered kundan and pearl matha patti design is not just stunning, but perfect for brides who prefer all things OTT on their special day.
How about something like this for the stunning South Indian bride?
Chandbali matha pattis always impress. They come in different shapes and sizes but we loved this one for its royal look.
Borlas have been a part of our tradition for a long time now, and they are beautiful. But you gotta love just how exquisite this one is.
If you’re a bride who likes to keep things minimal and simple for their D-day, you’ve come to the right place. Here are some simple matha patti designs that you might like.
How gorgeous is this simple yet stunning matha patti design? If your lehenga is heavy or if you're having a day wedding, this is just the piece for you.
This is the perfect math patti to pair with your mehendi outfit, what say?!
Thanks to the antique plating, this matha patti will complement most colours so go hit buy even if your outfits are yet to be decided!
Enhance your bridal look by choosing from these elegant kundan matha pattis online and style them in different ways, as you like.
This one here is a beautiful kundan matha patti design adorned with maroon stones and Basra pearls. Won’t it look absolutely stunning with a kundan choker and chandbali earrings?
If gold is not your thing, you're going to love this white pearls set which is adorned with green beads.
If you’re planning to wear a matha patti at your sangeet, we’d recommend you to go for something like this and ditch the earrings. It’s going to look stunning, trust us!
You might’ve seen many brides wearing headband-style matha pattis online, but have you ever seen it with a chandbali-style maangtikka? Well, this one here is the perfect combination of both.
Pearls are considered to be delicate pieces of jewellery that look stunning when paired with anything--be it kundan or polki. Here are some matha patti designs that had pearls as one of the major elements and we loved them all.
This matha patti is a mesmerising combination of kundan and white pearls, that will look beautiful with your bridal lehenga no matter what colour you choose to wear.
How stunning is this multi-stranded pearl matha patti that has a crescent moon-style maangtikka in the middle? Well, we love it.
We’re totally in awe of this unconventional matha patti online that has big pearls and cut green stones so elegantly placed. Trust us, this will look stunning with a traditional red lehenga.
While you can get the matha patti design customised depending on your outfit, this one right here with golden pearl drops will go with every traditional outfit out there, especially with a Kanjeevaram saree.
If you think that multi-layered matha patti designs will take the focus away from your bridal attire, you’re wrong. Instead, it will add that extra touch of royalty to your bridal look.
We can’t get over how beautiful and elegant this double-stranded pearl matha patti design is. The pearl strands with a kundan maangtikka in the centre make for a stunning design we found online.
There are many millennial brides who prefer to keep it minimal and the same holds true for matha patti designs. This one has got five pearl strings with a big stone in the middle as a maangtikka with a pearl drop hanging. Isn’t it gorgeous?
This multi-layered gold chain matha patti is one of the best matha patti designs if you’re looking to accessorise your contemporary mehendi look.
Take your bridal look up a notch up with this magnificent matha patti for the wedding. This all-kundan three-layered matha patti design will definitely make heads turn at your wedding.
This ten-strand trendy matha patti is not just stunning, it will go with any kind of lehenga you’re opting for--be it the boho-chic style or a traditional one.
When it comes to one-sided head jewellery, paasas aren’t the only option. One-sided matha pattis are a great option that looks super trendy!
This half matha patti maangtikka is such an elegant option for a morning function.
How about this paasa-style wedding matha patti to accessorise your shaadi ka joda? It’s gorgeous, right!?
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