Managalsutra or auspicious thread is a symbol of marital status for Indian brides. Usually, a mangalsutra is made up by stringing nine black beads and nine gold beads. It is an ornament which the groom puts around the bride’s neck during the wedding ceremony. New-age brides aren’t looking at a mangalsutra only as an auspicious ornament anymore, it much more! It has become statement jewelry and something that can be flaunted very well, on the wedding day and thereafter! Here we are with some trendy and unique mangalsutra design ideas for this wedding season.
To flaunt your eternal love for your husband, you can opt for a short mangalsutra design with a personalized name pendant. Having the names carved on the pendant is the most raging mangalsutra for the recent trend.
Inspired from Sonam Kapoor's mangalsutra that comprised of zodiac signs, this bracelet mangalsutra is your way to ace modernity. You can get it customized according to the relevant various zodiac signs.
This long mangalsutra design is super unique in ways more than one. The chain is divided into two halves - the upper one is made of the quintessential black beads, the lower half is pure gold leading to a contemporary pendant.
Festooned with yellow and red semi-precious stones, this mangalsutra with a V-shaped pendant is a true traditional mangalsutra design. The fact that this is a long mangalsutra makes it look even more traditional.
Here's another latest mangalsutra design which has an alluring big square-shaped pendant adorned with intricate work. A diamond-shaped sub-pendant and pearl droppings make this mangalsutra design look so beautiful and unique.
This mangalsutra design is actually a double bonanza featuring two strings and two pendants respectively. While the upper half of the string is made with quintessential black beads, the lower half consists of two gold chains.
Much like everything in weddings, minimalism has paved its way to mangalsutra designs as well. Here's a gorgeous simplistic yet so elegant mangalsutra design featuring five solitaires surrounded with small clusters of diamonds.