Indian bridal jewellery comes with much gorgeousness and beauty and as a quintessential part of it, hand jewellery plays a vital role in completing a traditional bridal look. Apart from the mehendi, bridal makeup and hairstyle, bridal accessories are a very significant part in the making of a traditional Indian bride. With those pre-bridal manicure sessions, getting your nails enamoured with pretty nail-art along with a gorgeous mehendi design, all teaming up to beautify a bride’s hands, accessorising them with pretty hand jewellery is as delighting to the eyes as an icing on the cake. And, to give you some amazing ideas on how to jazz up your wedding look or rock your mehendi look, we have compiled a mesmerising list of gorgeous haath phool designs for every bride to be! Whether you are a minimalist accessory lover, an intricately designed jewellery enthusiast or if floral elements define your bridal jewellery style, we’ve got something special for everyone! So, sit back and get ready to fall in love with our showcased collection of latest Indian bridal jewellery for hands!
1. For the beauties who think “less is more.”
Minimalism is the new black. Why am I saying this? Well, there is never a lurking threat of overdoing things if you go by the rules of a minimalistic bride. Minimalism prevents a person from any sort fashion fad. The elegance and pretty elements amalgamated in a single piece of jewellery which only adds up to the beauty of a bride is what simple and minimal designs are made for. And, resonating the same idea, Anita Dongre‘s bridal hand jewellery collection is emblematic of classic and alluring pieces of Indian traditional ornaments. What I love about these haath phools is their designs have been inspired by the classic traditional Indian jewellery from the bygone eras and yet, a contemporary bride will look resplendently modern is she decides to accessorise her looks with these kinds of haath phool designs.
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2. Floral Haath Phool for a refreshing bridal mehendi look!
Indian mehendi fashion comes with different styling ideas breaking away from the monotony of regular gold and silver jewellery. I usually call floral mehendi jewellery the first cousin of gotta jewellery! For these are worn for the same ceremonies. While gotta mehendi jewellery is just too 2014, floral jewellery is something that will never go out of style. These pretty petals adorning a bride’s henna-laden hand, their refreshing touch to a bride’s beautiful aura, and the essence of natural beauty elevating the beauty of a would-be bride, everything about floral jewellery is just too pretty to not talk about it! Floral jewellery designers in Delhi and NCR are always asked to come up with the gorgeous floral haath phool, and the results are always the prettiest! Here are some of the beautiful floral haath phool we spotted on real brides who recently tied the knot!
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3. Kundan Haath Phool for the brides who love traditional embellishments!
Indian bridal jewellery with kundan gems are always the widely preferred type of wedding accessories. One of the reasons is, nothing oozes regal elegance more than a pretty piece of Kundan jewellery if used for adorning a bride’s wedding look. And if you are a bride who has an eye and liking for kundan jewellery, we know, you will definitely love these kundan haath phool designs showcased below!
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4. For the bling loving brides!
While floral, kundan, gold and silver haath phools will always belong to the traditional tribe of Indian bridal jewellery, modern designs can also make for a perfect arm party for any wedding related event! I mean, just look at these beautiful modern haath phool designs! So chic.
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5. For the brides who’d love to break the monotony of single types of jewels!
Indian bridal jewellery comes in innumerable designs, hybrid with many gems and they usually have different types of stones and pearls embedded in the single ornamental jewellery piece. And following the same footsteps of making multi-stone or multi-gem jewellery, bridal haath phool designers have also been introducing new and unconventional hand jewellery designs to keep the variety-loving brides happy! And we came across with some uber-gorgeous haath phool designs with multi-stones or gems embedded in their making. Pearls and kundan, flowers and gotta, meenakari kundan haath phool in multiple hues, faux floral jewellery and what not! We have enlisted all the prettiest haath phool designs that would make you want to order them in bulk for your upcoming mehendi ceremony!
We are sure you will like each one of them!
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So, that was us showing you different beautiful forms, types and designs of wedding hand jewellery! Which one did you like the most? Share with us in the comment section below!
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