Planning the perfect bridal look can be quite confusing and intimidating, especially as the big day comes closer and closer. The endless functions and rituals put a lot of pressure on a bride to have all her looks on point. And no outfit is complete without complementing jewellery and accessories. Gone are the days of donning heavy, layered gold jewellery at wedding functions. Brides now like to stand out in their own way and showcase their unique personalities through their bridal looks. To make sure you stay on trend as a bride, we’ve curated some of the most quirky bridal accessories and add-ons to take your look up a notch.
1. Mirror work anklet and haath phool to make you shine bright
Jewellery by Prune
To achieve that perfect bridal glow, you need some shimmer and glitter. These mirror work anklets and haath phools are all the bling you need to complement your outfit. They are light and fresh, perfect for dancing around all day without heavy jewellery weighing you down.
2. Portrait jewellery for a vintage touch
Jewellery by Art Karat
If you love vintage jewellery and accessories, this is a beautiful option for you. Add this portrait set to your bridal trousseau to make a statement on make your big day.
3. Thread bangles to add some colour
Bangles from Crafthaat
How many colours are too many colours for an afternoon mehendi look? Add a little oomph to your outfit with these thread bangles in multiple colours. One of the most quirky bridal accessories, they look festive and can be reused later as well. You can also get a similar bunch of bangles for your bride tribe so that you look coordinated.
4. Customised footwear for all the pataka dulhans
Footwear by Zubiya
If you are a trendsetter, this is the perfect pair of bridal shoes for your big day. Channel your inner swag with these customised shoes from Zubiya’s bridal collection.
5. Floral nath instead of the classic one, because why not?
Jewellery by LeFleur Jewels
The classic nath has its own elegance and charm, but this floral nath looks alluring. If you don’t want to sport a completely floral look, this looks gorgeous paired with traditional jewellery as well.
6. Customised chooda covers for a personal touch
Covers from Pirohi by NB
When everything in your look is colour-coordinated, why not go for a matching chooda cover as well? You don’t have to wear silk handkerchiefs, which don’t match your look, to cover your chooda. These customised chooda covers can be made according to your preference and can add a personal touch to your look.
7. Quirky and hand-embroidered earrings for a little bridal swag
Earrings by Krafted With Happiness
Quirky bridal accessories, like these earrings, are all about fun, liveliness and the festive spirit. Try these for a vibrant mehendi look or a fun add-on to your cocktail outfit. They are light and extra at the same time – the perfect balance.
8. Customised badges for the bride and her tribe
Badges from Dulhan Diaries
These fun badges are super fun add-ons for you and your bride tribe. Don them on the wedding day with your squad, and get some memorable pictures clicked. A gesture like this will make your friends feel special and ensure that they remember your wedding more than anyone else’s.
9. Metal work paasa for a unique bridal look
Paasa by Fooljhadi
If floral isn’t your thing, but you still want to experiment with your jewellery, look no further. This unique metal-work paasa looks absolutely stunning. The little dash of colour and intricate detailing make it one of the most unique and quirky bridal accessories.
10. Customised clutches for the pataka bride
Clutch by Wedding Chura
Don’t rummage through your mom’s wardrobe for a purse to carry on your wedding. Instead, try these customised clutches which can be made just for you. From prints to hand embroidery and wedding hashtags, you can create your own clutch to match your outfit.
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