Home » Engagement Rings & Jewellery » Bridal Jewellery » Bengali Bridal Jewellery: 9 Amazing Ways To Mix & Match Bengali Bridal Jewellery: 9 Amazing Ways To Mix & Match by Aastha Sirohi June 29, 2016 Leave a reply Bengali bridal jewellery is an inherent part of every bride’s attire. Bengali weddings are known for the endearing and extravagant celebrations and events. We bring to you 9 amazing traditional Bengali bridal jewellery accessories that can complete your whole bridal look for the big day. So read on to find the most exclusive and elaborately done maang tikkas, naths, bracelets and more from our extensive collection of Bengali bridal jewellery. For a bride looking for great Bengali bridal jewellery options, here are 9 amazingly authentic bridal jewellery accessories that go well with the overall Benagli bridal look.1.Maang Tikka: Authentic Bengali Bridal Jewellery Maang tikka, tikli, or maatha patti is the quintessential Bengali bridal jewellery for every Bengali bride. Traditionally, Bengali brides wear a gold one but contemporary trends have introduced the likes of polka and kundan. The options range from single tikka in the centre to an elaborate one with chains all across the forehead.2. Nath: Traditional Bengali Bridal Jewellery Sponsored SearchThe nath or the ‘nose ring’ is another very important part of Bengali bridal jewellery. Traditionally, large gold rings were worn with an elaborate chain going all the way up to the side of the forehead. One can choose between a nose ring with a chain or without. Even those who do not have nose piercings can wear clip-on nose rings.[Read More: Tanishq Wedding Jewellery You’ve Always Wanted]3. Bangles And Bracelets Bengali brides love to adorn their wrist with bangles. Glass bangles, gold bangles, metal bangles, bracelets, pearls, stones… the options are numerous! Traditional Bengali bangles like choor, navratna and the evergreen shakha pola bangles look absolutely stunning too!4. Haath Patti: Designer Bengali Bridal Jewellery Haath patti is a beautiful bracelet and ring attached by a single or multiple chains. It beautifully adorns the whole hand and looks elegant. Traditionally, gold haathpatti was worn by the brides but now beautiful kundans and delicate metal chains have become popular too. Wearing a haath patti made of flowers for the mehndi ceremony is a great idea too![Read More:Bengali Mehndi Designs]5. Paayal Paayal or anklets add a touch of glamour and elegance to mehndi adorned feet of Dulhan. Paayals are essential Bengali bridal jewellery for a complete head-to-toe bridal look! These too offer multiple options from thin delicate metal chains to elaborate kundan or stone work.6. Haar The haar, or the necklace, is probably the most extravagant statement piece of Bengali bridal jewellery. It is elaborate, intricate and probably the most significant piece of jewellery a bride wears. While some prefer to wear family heirlooms, others prefer a more contemporary look. Complete gold, diamond studded, kundan or polki are the most popular. You can choose between one or multiple necklaces![Read More: 9 Statement Bridal Gold Necklace Designs]7. Kamarbandh The kamarbandh or waistband has always been associated with royal and regal dressing for Indian women. Bengali brides love their kamarbandh as it adds a touch of sparkle to the outfit and also looks beautifully feminine. A simple and narrow kamarbandh looks beautiful and is also more comfortable while sitting![Read More:Bridal Imitation Jewellery]8. Jhumka Jhumkas or earrings are an absolute must-have in our list of Bengali bridal jewellery! While most bridal necklaces come as a set with a pair of wedding earrings, you can always choose something different to wear, as long as it does not look out of place! Traditional gold jhumkas are an evergreen option, but the newer and stylish crystal chandeliers look beautiful too![Read More: Bridal Jewellery On Rent: 20+ Pieces]9. Wedding Ring While your engagement ring is one, we are talking about big and bold rings that make a statement and stand out! A single statement ring is enough to make a mehndi decorated hand look elegant!So that’s our take on the ‘must-haves’ of Bengali bridal jewellery. What is your take on it? Would you rather go all the way traditional or contemporary or create a fusion look? SHARE THIS STORY ON FACEBOOK RelatedRELATED ARTICLES24 Gorgeous Indian Bridal Looks In Celebrity Pictures & More15 Mesmerizing Wedding Necklace Designs You Must Try OnIndian Bridal Hairstyles: The Perfect 16 Wedding Hairdo Pics15 Exquisite Bridal Gold Jewellery Sets For The Bride-To-Be4 Lovely Traditional Bengali Bridal Saree Selections To Paint A Pretty Picture5 Incredible Muslim Bridal Jewellery So Poetic It Will Make You Say Irshaad!