A Brief Introduction on Types of Bridal Jewellery

by Francis Alukkas | 21 September 2021 | INDIAN WEDDING JEWELLERY

Looking like a princess on her wedding day is every girl’s dream. But shopping for bridal jewellery can seem easy but is probably one of the most important parts of a wedding other than finding the right groom for the bride.

It is the responsibility of your bridal jewellery to make you look like the queen that you are by adding opulence to your wedding attire and by complementing your wedding hairstyle.

Knowing your way around the different types of bridal jewellery available for you to choose from is the first step in making that special day in your life extra special for you and the ones you love. It can help you discover your dream-look, be it all the ornamented diva or the minimalistic beauty. Check out these evergreen types of best Indian wedding jewellery that you will go gaga about just like all your friends and family.

To the millennial bride, the types of Bridal Jewellery available for her to choose from is bafflingly good. And this can get confusing. Wedding jewellery is, to many, more than an investment and a part of the family heritage and is passed down through the generations.

Here is a few must-have Indian gold jewellery for Indian wedding jewellery for you to clear your confusion.


They say that the diamond is a girl’s best friend. And what is a wedding without the bride’s best friend? Diamond jewellery for weddings is getting more steam than ever before and rare in nature making them special, desirable and perfect as wedding jewellery. They are usually not heavy and can hence be used for other occasions as well. This is what heightens their desirability.


Our love for Temple work jewellery can never be explained in words. The love in our eyes as we hold or adorn one can. Originally originated to adorn deities and royalty, it has a rich heritage and is now an indispensable part of the must have Indian gold jewellery according to every Malayali bride. Crafted in pure gold and less or no stonework, these designs have motifs of gods and goddesses that are pure art that makes every bride fall in love with them.


While Temple work is traditional and has a great heritage behind it, the traditional Kerala wedding jewellery has always been a mix of of the ever-gorgeous Manga mala, Palakka Mala, Mulla Motu Mala and the Nagapada Thali. They are native to Kerala and are some of the oldest among the Kerala jewellery. Every traditional ornament has its own story to tell. The love for them can always stand the test of time.

Also, Read: A Guide on South Indian Marriage Jewellery


Adorned with glass and gemstones, the Kundan jewellery is a traditional style originated in Rajasthan. Extremely elaborate with numerous layers of stonework and gold along with complex yet beautiful joint work, they are different from everything on the list. Lighter than heavy diamond jewellery, they have gleam less yet have an elegance that cannot be explained.

While these are the few design types for best Indian wedding jewellery, you could always visit your nearest Francis Alukkas showroom and get more bridal jewellery ideas than you could ever find on the internet. Drop by but don’t forget to wear a mask!

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