5 Incredible Muslim Bridal Jewellery So Poetic It Will Make You Say Irshaad!

Muslim bridal jewellery just like any other bridal jewellery is a dangerous field. They can be like landmines… if you step on the wrong patch i.e. choose the wrong bridal element… *sounds of explosion*! Amongst all the rudimentary things that go into building the bridal profile, one of the crucial building blocks that can make or break an entire bridal look is the proper choice of bridal jewellery. Thanks to the increasing competition in the creativity and innovation in bridal jewellery designs, you can now find the perfect jhumka or hand-chain or neckpiece of your choice today to complete your trousseau!

There are many pieces of jewellery that are distinct to traditional bridal looks in different cultures and practices – like the tiara for a Christian wedding, or the Chandra-Surya pirai in the Tamil wedding… you get the gist of the story. Muslim bridal jewellery is a class apart from any other bridal trend in the Indian wedding scene in that it adds up to a distinct flavour that is traditionally elegant and gracefully contemporary. The amazing variety available today in Muslim bridal collection of fashion jewellery keeps in mind the sartorial evolution, the innovations in bridal themes for weddings, and accessories that will keep the bridal look current and catchy!

Here are 5 of the most amazing Muslim bridal jewellery designs for the trendiest additions to a classy bride for a chic wedding look!

1. Polki Maang-Tikka With Green Stones

Maang tika

Image Courtesy : Aliya Baig

Nothing completes the bridal look like a good maang-tikka. Made with the combination of a round yellow gold framework with polki diamond setting finished off with a row of green stones embellishing the lower circumference of the circular tikka, nothing could add a more prosperous and charming look to the bridal profile in a perfect Muslim wedding. The colour of the embellishing stones can be chosen according to the colours and embellishments in the fabric for the ghoonghat, so you are in tune with your entire bridal look!

2. Gold Jhoomar With Pearls And Diamonds

Gold Jhoomar With Pearls And Diamonds

Image Courtesy : Aliya Baig

The maang tikka may or may not be accompanied by a jhoomar, but when it looks so gorgeous… why not? You can see a pretty gold jhoomar with strings of tiny pearls interlock pieces of gold framework with filigree studded with diamonds. This is a classic Hyderabadi bride at a Muslim wedding, and the pearl motifs do all the talking! So pick this gold jhoomar with pearls and diamonds for a stylish and traditional look that displays precisely the comportment of a graceful bride.

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3. Rich Diamond Rings With Coloured Stones

Rich Diamond Rings

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When the intricate mehndi work was done on the bride’s hands up to her sleeve, and you thought her hands could not get prettier than this… These rich diamond rings with lilac diamond encrusted in one and a bright circular topaz in the centre of another band, add so much bling to the mehndi drawn hands that with the perfect attire and a clutch to go… forget the aisle, she’s gonna walk the ramp, ya’ll!

4. Close-stacked Diamond Choker And Earrings With Single Rubies

Earrings With Single Rubies

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There is nothing more grandiose than a close-stacked diamond choker with a central red ruby and a matching pair of diamond studded earrings with a bridal red ruby core! This sensuous Muslim wedding jewellery design goes for that dainty bridal look where the bridal dress makes use of stone-work tatting or bright sequins in Karchobi, to accentuate the bridal jewellery set and vice versa.

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5. Polki Diamond Red And Green Set With Diamon-Ruby Nathini

Diamon-Ruby Nathini

Image : Deep Photography

Bend the trend with a Polki diamond necklace set with earrings that match your suit or bridal gown, here is a colour palate of red and green. Add to it a stunning nathini with a ruby droplet encrusted with diamonds around it, for a bridal style that will make you smile… maybe with a wink!