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11 Top Trending Temple Jewellery Designs for Beautiful Indian Brides of 2020

Published by Manohar Singh

 

Your Temple Jewellery Bucket List: Trending South Indian Bridal Jewellery

 

Earlier used to beautify the idols of gods and goddesses and later found in the chests of royal families, Temple Jewellery has always been an essential part of a South Indian bride’s wedding day look. Owing to its alluring charm, it has further paved its style to a lot of other brides’ bridal trousseaus. 

 

 

The first piece of Temple jewellery is dated long back in the ninth century amid the rule of the Chola administration. Today temple jewellery is available in a myriad of designs and motifs like that of Lord Shiva, Goddess Lakshmi, lotus flowers, swans, crocodiles and various other royal figures. They are handcrafted in pure gold and other metals encrusted with precious and semi-precious gemstones like diamonds, emeralds, rubies, and pearls. 

 

 

 

Whether the jewellery is as small as a ring or necklaces with motifs of Indian deities, or fancy jhumkas, brides are teaming this exquisite jewellery with their bridal outfit. And so should you! So I have created a guide on temple jewellery you can get inspiration for your D-day look. Scroll down and save your favourites!

 

Temple Jewellery Designs for your Wedding 

 

Earrings

These temple jewellery designs are so unique and elegant to style, especially if you are looking for a bridal look. Temple jewellery is not just limited to necklaces. These beautiful temple jewellery earings are proof that all kinds of temple jewellery are just adorable. These thick earrings look amazing as they are, or you can even pair them with glass bangles for a bridal look. 

 

 

 

Maang Tikka

If you are a millennial bride to be and are looking to go all out with your temple jewellery, we think I have found you the one. This design of maang tikka is stunning and can be paired with a dainty choker for your D-day.

 

 

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Nose Ring

Absolutely stunning and such a pretty bridal nose ring in temple jewellery design. I loved the peacock in it. Styled it with a dainty maang tikka and let this gorgeous nose ring do the talking for her bridal jewellery.

 

 

 

Necklace

Are you planning to wear a kanjeevaram to your 2019 wedding? An exquisite temple jewellery necklace design. Take inspiration from these temple jewellery designs. I loved the necklace with pearls. You may pair it with the matching kamarbandh. 

 

 

 

 

Choker

How elegant looking are these choker designs? It is perfect for brides who are in love with gold temple jewellery. Stunning necklace with Goddess Laxmi choker. You can pair this with a longer necklace or just wear it alone along with a mathapatti. 

 

 

 

 

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Bajuband/ Armlet

Don’t you find these designs of bajubands just heavenly? These armlets in temple jewellery designs will definitely amp up the bridal look. These are simply stunning! 

 

 

Bangle

What is better than one temple jewellery piece? Two of them. These beautiful two-piece sets of bangles literally get out hearts. It has colour, patterns, it is oh-so-bridal! Just perfect to compliment your wedding attire.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rings

Such breathtakingly elegant are these antique designs of the ring. Add temple jewellery bangles to your hand and you are in seventh heaven! Antique pieces have a certain charismatic charm of their own, which is so alluring for a bridal look. 

 

 

 

 

 

Kamarband/ Waistband

 

 

 

 

 

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Muthu- Jadai

A touch of tradition goes a long way. Looking for something dainty and delicate muthu-jadai in the temple jewellery? Take inspiration from this beautiful cut piece with a goddess motif which is giving us divine feels.

 

 

 

 

While South never ceases to stun us with its backwaters, beaches and nature, its jewellery is no less of a stunner! Want to look different than most desi brides? Pick our inspiration from these South India’s trademark jewellery, temple jewellery.

 

Image Source: Gautam Khullar Photography, Shubhdeep Gili, Roma Ganesh Photography, Wed Mantram 

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