14 Accessories To Add A Touch Of Royalty To Your Wedding Ensemble

All the stunning pieces you will need this festive season!


Looking for jewellery that can easily be worn from lunch with friends to an evening out? Consider Amaris by Prerna Rajpal. Its selection of cocktail rings, stackable bracelets, and diamond and polki studs are lightweight and dainty, and priced under a lakh.

3-_020520065904.jpgBangle, Amaris by Prerna Rajpal

4-_020520070032.jpgEarrings, Amaris by Prerna Rajpal


What is festive dressing without the richness of traditional jadau jewellery? We like the Kanika collection from RC Bafna. Its elegant neckpieces and rings, classic solitaire earrings, and pendant sets—all featuring polki complemented by emeralds, opals, and rubies—are sophisticated and timeless.

1-_020520070131.jpgEarrings, RC Bafna

2-_020520070207.jpgNecklace, RC Bafna


Radhika Chanana of Devi Designs celebrates emeralds in her wedding range for the year. Dramatic cocktail rings, cascading earrings, and heart-shaped danglers—each set with glistening Colombian emeralds—all make for trousseau-worthy candidates.

7-_020520070338.jpgEarrings, Devi Designs


Pastel gemstones are a safe bet, always. And the latest collection from RK Jewellers South Extension II, comprising chokers, enamel-work jhumkis, and polki chandbali sets with light-coloured gems, has the right mix of elegance and subtlety. We specially love their mint green and blue haar, a blend of meenakari and traditional pearl-work—might just be what you need for your mehendi.

5-_020520070419.jpgNecklace, RK Jewellers South Extension II


Accessorise your reception or cocktail outfit with De Grisogono’s new Modern Beauties line. Contrasting black and white diamonds are set in asymmetrical earrings, and a white and brown diamond necklace, featuring a 25.09 carat ovalshaped centerpiece, pairs well with a low-neck gown.

6-_020520070658.jpgNecklace, De Grisogono


If you are a bride who loves diamonds, you cannot go wrong with Rosetta Jewels. They set precious stones such as emeralds and sapphires in lavish beds of intricately laid, fine-cut diamonds. We especially like their multiband cocktail rings and cascading chandelier earrings that are glamorous options for your reception or cocktail.

12_020520070823.jpgRing, Rosetta Jewels

13-_020520070841.jpgEarrings, Rosetta Jewels

14_020520070859.jpgNecklace, Rosetta Jewels


From a jewellery workshop in Gujarat to a respected national brand, Om Jewellers celebrated its 80th anniversary earlier this year. Traditional designs continue to be the hallmark of the brand, amply evidenced in the heritage pieces of the latest range, the signature Jodha collection. Uncut diamonds are set in gold, and bedecked with coloured stones, enamel, and pearls to create handcrafted necklaces, earrings, kadas, and rings. Exquisitely regal, they can be worn by the bride as well as the rest of the wedding party.

9-_020520071015.jpgEarrings, Om Jewellers

10_020520071107.jpg Om Jewellers

8-_020520071126.jpgNecklace, Om Jewellers

11_020520071213.jpgMaang Tika, Om Jewellers


Sunita Shekhawat’s design philosophy draws heavily from the past. The classic iconography of Ottoman art is the inspiration behind her latest Lady of Alchemy collection. Precious polkis, pearls, rubies, jadau, and Russian emeralds come together in stylistic flower motifs to create eye-catching pieces for your big day.

15_020520071355.jpgThe new Lady of Alchemy collection, Sunita Shekhawat




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