Because gold is a serious business!
Wearing gold on weddings is a serious business starting from the bride to her family, her in-laws and the guests. Gold is considered to bring good luck for the family that the bride is going to start her new life with. It is also a common practice for grandmothers and mothers to pass on their gold jewelry to their granddaughters and daughters for their wedding. So, it also holds a strong sentimental value. Be it a jhoomar, bangles, maang tikka, matha patti, earrings or necklace, they are locked up in the locker for years, eventually becoming a family heirloom. Let’s have a look at how gold brightens up the bride as she sets herself to begin the new phase of life.
The combination of gold with red stones accurately complements the off-white Barat dress look. It not only brings out the color of the dress but also lends the bride a perfectly sleek look.
You know what looks good with gold? EVERYTHING! Be it pearls, gemstones, polka, or diamonds, brides have an absolute open hand in combining gold with anything they want.
If you're not a fan of all-gold bridal set, adding stones and pearls of color of your choosing can give you the desired balanced look.
This peachy delight with a very unique gold set definitely make the bride stand out from the rest of the brides!
We do love a balanced look! The necklace, the mala, the jhoomar and everything else blends perfectly with the expertly done makeup on this bride.
This minimal gold mehndi look is the perfect way to shine through the event! The combo of gold set with a pearl earrings elaborates the mehndi attire with a touch of elegance.
Looks like the ultimate bridal look with just enough elements to stand out. The beautiful center stone completes the unique design of this set.
The Kundan gold and pearl combination set with a statement ring rounds up the look with a smooth flow of off-white lehnga and blood red dupatta.
The multi-layered elaborate, striking white gold set adorned with pearls spreads itself carrying a royalty feel. Pair it with hefty jhoomar and earrings and your gold-laden look is complete for Barat event.
Traditional gold set with pearls and stones makes the perfect match for the bride in red.
Gold doesn't have to be boring! The use of pearls and stones gives the advantage of adding color and charisma to your jewelry.
Despite changing trends, gold is still the way to go because it mostly simply and elegantly takes the bridal attire to a complete next level. As soon as she enters the room, shining in gold, heads turn, eyes gauge out of their sockets and the groom can’t help but smile and wait for his bride to walk down the aisle so they can start their new life together. It’s a beautiful sight! What is your opinion on gold as a necessary item for weddings?