Wedding bridal accessories are much in demand and one of the most essential ornaments that a bride flaunts is the ones that adore her wrist! In various cultures across the world different bridal wrist accessories are famous for instance in India bangles and chuddas are must for every bride in the west a simple bracelet or corsages add to the wedding fervour! In this post we will cover the most happening and exquisite shaadi bridal accessories for your delicate and pulsating wrist.
Bridal Wrist Corsages: In many cultures corsages, small bouquets made with fresh flowers, are worn by bride on her right hand wrist which usually matches her bridal wedding gown. Currently couples love to match their corsages with their wedding theme. Fresh flower corsages in sync with the wedding mood can brighten the whole bridal look.
Wedding Bridal Bracelets: One of the most elegant accessories that a bride wears on ‘her day’ – Bracelet. Bracelets designed out of white metal studded with diamond and precious stones are very in. Precious and semi precious stones that match the bridal gown gives beaming bride a very uniquely charming look. One should not go overboard with the bracelet, especially, if you are loaded with a heavy necklace and earrings.
Shaadi Bridal Bangles: Bridal bangles are made of numerous precious or non-precious materials such as gold, silver, elephant teeth, platinum, glass, wood and plastic. In a shaadi Indian women usually stick to precious auspicious materials or a combination of both which typically includes gold, glass, elephant teeth, etc. With trend changing, nowadays, young brides choose to wear bangles that match with their wedding outfit, but during pheras they keep it traditional. In many traditions bridal bangles are supposed to be in certain colours like green and red.
Shaadi Bridal Chura: An essential for every North Indian bride, though daily soaps and Bollywood movies have glamorised it so much that most girls, regardless of their religion, wear this red and white shaadi bridal chuda in their marriage and it usually stays for a few weeks. However, depending on various cultures and how comfortable the newly wed bride is about carrying them, some bride show of this wrist accessory for about an year.
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