Bridal Necklace Designs Ideas And Photos
Necklace is like the showstopper in the entire bridal jewellery set. Choose the correct style and material for your wedding day here at UrbanClap. From meenakari to gold jewellery we have it all. Browse through 100+ bridal necklace photos to get the best ideas for bridal jewellery this wedding season.
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Beautiful Shot Of The Bride In Her Red Lehenga And Gold JewelleryBy Gautam Khullar
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Polki Jewellery To Complete Your Bridal LookBy Gautam Khullar
Polki And Kundan Jewellery For The Bride's Wedding DayBy Gautam Khullar
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Sumptuous Mughal Jewellery With Heavy Stone Work And Elaborated EnamellingBy Patel Pritiben
Magnificent Emerald Green Kundan Jewellery For A Regal Bridal LookBy Sourab Sharma
Amalgamation Of Indian Intricacy With Gold Work And Middle Eastern EleganceBy Paramjeet Singh Dhanjal
Bridal Front Slit Updo And Kundan AccessoriesBy Navdeep Soni
Perfect Combination Of Red Lehenga And Polki-Kundan SetBy Anoop Mahajan
Highlighted Makeup And Diamond Jewellery Of Bride And BridesmaidBy Kabeer Grover
Rajasthani Heavily Embellished Bridal JewelleryBy Kabeer Grover
Bridal Mangtikka,Necklace And Earings Entwined With Pink RosesBy Kabeer Grover
Ravishing Bride In Golden Polki Kundan JewelleryBy Akshat Mongia
Two Piece Polki Kundan Necklace Suits Best With Bright Magenta Bridal AttireBy Kabeer Grover
Magnificent Kundan Bridal Jewellery For The Wedding DayBy Kabeer Grover
Kundan Bridal Accessories With Green Pearls Goes Best For The Wedding DayBy Kabeer Grover
Bright Highlighted Bridal Makeup With Heavy Kundan AccessoriesBy Kabeer Grover
Ostentatious Kundan Accessories Complimenting Pink Attire Of BrideBy Kabeer Grover
Magnificent Polki Kundan Necklace With Red Pearls And EarringsBy Vithal Chavda
Bridal Getting-Ready Shot With Focus On The JewelleryBy Gautam Khullar
Beautiful Bridal Jewellery Set With A Meenakari Necklace With PearlsBy Gautam Khullar
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Wedding Necklace Designs
Indian Bride is the center of attraction in wedding ceremonies she grabs everyone’s attention with her attire, appearance and jewellery. The Indian bridal jewellery is very special because of its beautiful and intricate designs. The intricate design catches everyone’s attention so a lot of thought is put into selection of jewellery. One ornament that attracts everyone’s attention is the necklace set. While buying the entire jewellery set for wedding special thought is given to the necklace set i.e. whether to buy gold necklace or diamond necklace. It is not just the intricate gold necklace design that catches the eye but also the cultural essence and perfect match to the wedding attire. Thus, necklace set is an important ornament in bridal jewellery as the no bride is complete without the exquisite touch of intricate necklace set as it gives a magnificent and regal look to the bride. Adorning a necklace set not only enhances the beauty of her look and attire but also takes beauty of the bride up to another level.
So, when it comes to buying a necklace set for the bride it often becomes a tedious and confusing task as there is a plethora of necklace sets available for choice in the market. Also due to availability of variety of options in necklace sets selection of one specific necklace for the bride becomes difficult task. Necklace is an important ornament and as it adorned at the center place, so it can change the entire look and makeup of the bride. So, it is very important to choose a gold necklace design that will go perfectly with the bride’s makeup and outfit. But not many brides’ – to – be are aware of the different types of diamond necklace or gold necklace designs available in the market and the importance of wearing the right necklace. Thus, here is a guide of different types of necklace so that every bride – to – be can choose right necklaces for every ritual of her wedding ceremony.
Bib Necklace: as the name suggest the design of this necklace is like that of a baby’s bib. A bib is worn around the baby’s neck while feeding food. Thus, a bib necklace is worn around and near to the neck. A bib necklace can be designed using a single stone or can be made using numerous precious or semi – precious stones and pearls. A Bib Necklace is best suited for a pre – wedding or a post – wedding cocktail party. A Bib Necklace looks stunning for a party attire especially on a off – shoulder dress or gown. If not off – shoulder, make sure to keep the neckline of your dress subtle so that the design of the necklace is displayed predominantly. If you are adorning a bib necklace, make sure that you keep every other ornament subtle.
Choker: A choker is a close-fitting necklace type popular in jewellery set of wedding. This neckpiece is 14 inches to 16 inches long and settles close and high on the neck and circling the throat. A choker necklace design can be a single band or multi – layered with gem beads or pearls hanging from it. Choker gold necklace design is best suited for traditional attires like saree, lehenga and with western outfits like gowns or cocktail dresses which have low – cut necklines or are strapless or off – shoulder. Thus, choker necklace design compliments every type of attire except the formal dresses. If you want to wear choker on your wedding day, then opt either Gulbandh; which is a pearl choker; or Chintaak which is seven layered chokers with pearls on the top and at the bottom ruby or emerald drops. For heavier look you can opt for choker with kundan and polka stones embedded in gold bearings.
Rani Haar: Rani means Queen so as the name suggest Rani Haar gives a royal look like a queen. This ornament looks very regal, so it can be adorned as a standalone neck piece. The craftsmanship of Rani Haar is very intricate and includes the use of kundan, Polki and other precious and semi – precious stones in large number. So, if you do not want to jazz up the look with many ornaments yet want to look regal then go for Rani Haar as it will give you both traditional and royal look.
Satlada: Satlada is a seven-tiered neck piece. The necklace design is very intricate as all the layers or the tiers of the necklace are woven and attached together to make a single neck piece. The seven tiers are woven with precious stones and pearls to make this necklace set. The craftsmanship of Satlada is the specialty of the Nizams of Hyderabad. A Satlada necklace is 30 inches to 35 inches long and is 7 layered starting from neck till the navel.
Addigai: Addigai necklace set is a worn close to the neck and is single layered. This gold necklace design showcases prominent use of floral motifs with often use of precious stones like Polki, Emeralds and Rubies.
Mango Haram: Mango Haram is a traditional necklace set of south India. The use of beautiful mango motif at the outer line of the necklace gives a grand appeal to the necklace. The length of the Mango Haram varies from short to medium to long as per the preference of the bride. A short length Mango Haram can be used as a standalone neck piece while the medium or long length Mango Haram are often paired with short length neck piece. Often the Mango Haram is made of pure gold and is embellished with rubies, emeralds and diamonds and the pendant has pearl drops or precious stone drops looped to it. Mango Haram is best suited with a traditional south Indian Saree like the Kanjeevaram Saree.
Lariat: Lariat is long necklace that does not have clasps at the ends but may have loop at one or both ends of the neck piece. This piece of jewellery is very contemporary and is best suitable for pre – wedding cocktail party.
Thus, above is a guide of various types of necklaces that every bride must have in her collection. Choose a necklace as per your bridal look and depending upon the shape and length of your face and neck.