For a bride-to-be, most of her days are spent dreaming about the D-day. She mentally plans everything to make sure she knows what she wants when she ventures out to put ticks on her bridal list. The most important things on her list are the bridal gold jewellery sets and her dress. Most designers advocate the practice of first choosing the jewellery set and then going for a dress according to the colours in it.
Now, in some families, heavy jewellery is usually passed down generations as a family heirloom. But if that is not the case with you and you are heading out to get your bridal jewellery set then here are some bridal gold jewellery sets that you might like.
Since a wedding is such an ethnic event, it would be best to go for a set that is more on the traditional gold side. The thing about bridal gold jewellery sets is that they are timeless. They never go out of fashion and even 20 years down the line you can wear them in the same way.
Now while you set out to purchase your first set, you might want to keep these things in mind:
- Set a budget. A budget is the most important thing, because let’s face it, wedding shopping always goes over-board.
- Have a design in mind beforehand so that you know exactly what to look for.
- Do your research on the stores and their making charges so that you can figure out which store will offer you a reasonable option without compromising on the quality.
- Always look for a hallmark logo on the jewellery.
Here are some of the bridal gold jewellery sets you might want to consider.
1. Rani Haar
This is one of the most popular choices for bridal gold jewellery sets. It may be a little expensive but will definitely be cheaper than two sets of different lengths.
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2. Choker Set
A choker set comes in various sizes. Depending on your budget you can choose the most appropriate size.
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3. Kundan Set
Kundan bridal gold jewellery sets are trending in the market these days. You can either have a gold and kundan set in a choker form or in a multiple-mala form, both look equally ravishing.
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4. Antique Look Set
A lot of brides these days are also going for bridal gold jewellery sets with an antique look. They bring a different colour and look to the set instead of the usual yellow gold look.
5. Matar Mala Set
A matar mala is basically a chain with multiple gold beads. If you’re wearing a dress which is neither too light nor too heavy, a matar mala would be the perfect choice to go with it.
6. Kerala Gold Necklace Set
In parts of south India, gold has been given a lot of importance, since the older times. Therefore, you see most brides from Kerala wearing heavy bridal gold jewellery sets made from a special bright yellow gold.
7. Marathi Gold Bridal Set
A Maharashtrian bride will mostly be seen wearing a mohan mala, which is quite similar to a matar mala. Along with it she also adorns a nath on the nose. Marathi naths are traditionally bigger and different in design as compared to a nath from any other culture.
8. Bengali Bridal Jewellery Set
A Bengali bride looks extravagant in the different components of her jewellery that she wears on the wedding day. Traditionally, she wears a nath, which is a big round ring, with a tikli (also known as maang tika), jhumko (chandelier style earrings)and a necklace set. These can of course be paired with matching bangles.
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9. Ruby & Gold Set
The colour of the rubies somehow bring out the beauty of gold much more than any other gem. Be it a heavy set or a light one, rubies can always be paired with gold. Also, just like gold, rubies are evergreen. Therefore, you can even wear bridal gold jewellery sets like this one after 20 years without feeling out of place.
10. Peacock Style Pendant Set
Another design which is trending in the markets these days is the peacock bridal gold jewellery sets option. They are usually beautiful neck-pieces with a pendant with a peacock design in the centre. You can easily get matching earrings and bangles too.
11. Pearl & Gold Set
Pearls are beautiful when it comes to statement jewellery. And when paired with gold, they can easily be worn as a heavy bridal gold jewellery sets. Also, they look extremely ravishing when worn as tiara or a maang tika.
12. White Gold Bridal Set With Emeralds
The beautiful thing about white gold is that it is way cheaper than platinum but looks equally exquisite. And since green is the most perfect colour for weddings, pairing your white gold bridal gold jewellery sets with emeralds would be a good option.
13. Gold & Gem Work Set
If you already have you wedding dress picked out in red and green then a set like this would complement it beautifully. Red and green are perfect choices for a wedding attire due to their connection with the Indian traditions.
14. Polki & Gold Set
Polki sets are another great option among bridal gold jewellery sets for a traditional look which stays evergreen and can go with almost any colour combination of your dress.
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15. Diamond Studded Gold Set
Diamonds are a girl’s best friend, so how can we not keep this as an option?! Diamond studded bridal gold jewellery sets will be on the more expensive side but if they match your budget then it is the most perfect option for a wedding.
So these are our top 15 picks for bridal jewellery sets. Along with these sets, a bride can also add matching naths, maang tikas, haath phool, baju band and kamarband (tagdi).
Happy wedding to you!