Why choosing jewelery is not a cake-walk?

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Winter has arrived and so has the wedding session. While the bride is busy with his fitness diets to get toned for the wedding day, the soon-to-be bride is still pondering over her perfect jewelry pieces to be garnished. After all, no bride wants to look even a little shabby or out of style on her most important day of life. One cannot simply emphasize the importance jewelry holds in a traditional Indian wedding as it signifies the prosperity of the bride’s family. It makes the bride ‘shine like a diamond’ on her wedding night, a look that will make her groom fall to his knees.


Meanwhile, Bollywood actresses have set a trademark in their weddings with their beautiful attires, not to mention their glowing jewelries. Indian brides can certainly look up to them for a change. Here are 5 Bollywood actresses who looked out of this world in their wedding:


Dia Mirza


Dia Mirza is one Bollywood actress whose dressing has always been simple and beautiful. She was completely visible in the choice of her ‘maang tikka’ at her wedding. While she wore simple gold maang tikka with a pearl string, the tikka had charming ruby drops in it. She attached a jhoomar’ in pearl, emerald, and gold making her look just perfect.


Aishwariya Rai Bachchan


The most beautiful women on the planet chose to be heavily jewelled on her wedding day which made her look more mesmerizing than ever.


Gold kundan jewellry made her sparkle like a fairy princess. But that one piece which ultimately stood out was her grand neckpiece.


Shilpa Shetty


The sensuous and sexy Shilpa Shetty was at her best at her wedding. She chose to keep it simple and traditional, and was filled with jewels. In a typical Mangalorean style with her maang tikka, armlet and the ‘kamarbandh’, everything fell in its right place. Her gajra added to her fabulous jewelled look.


Esha Deol


Hema Malini’s pretty daughter looked like a dream girl on her big wedding day. She wore proper temple jewellery in gold to match her beautiful attire, but her maang tikka clearly stole the limelight. It was a delicate piece perfectly matching with her attire. It had small pearls, ruby and emeralds in it and a ‘matha patti’.


At the end, it’s you who will finally decide what will look good on you. The mirror is a bride’s best friend, not to forget.