6 jewellery designers share insights into some of the most trending styles for bridal trousseau

Bling it on!

Jewelry is a crucial investment in a bridal trousseau. From polki necklaces to diamond-studded chokers, statement rings, and much more, the wedding season calls for ornaments in refreshing colours and designs. Embark on your bridal adventures with as these jewellery designers share insights into the current trends that can set your nuptials apart.

Queenie Singh

All brides need a few chic jewellery pieces to carry them through the many post-wedding festivities. The wedding bling trend that caught the attention of all brides was combining different coloured stones such as diamonds, emeralds, rubies, sapphires and opals, says Queenie Singh. “Gemstones and diamonds bring together magic. It’s also great for those who want to wear statement pieces for non-bridal events in the future, making it a win-win in both situations.”


Farah Khan Emerald and Aquamaring Necklace, price upon request



Crisanto Jewels Earrings, price upon request



Kohinoor Jewellers Agra Carved Emerald Kunzite Earrings, price upon request


Jewels by Queenie Beatle Bug Cuff, price upon request




Niaj by Shradha Tutti Fruti Diamond Necklace, price upon request



Swarovski Florere Cocktail Ring, ₹35,000
Donna Hourani x Gemfields To Glory Bracelet, price upon request.


KAJ Fine Jewlery Multi-Sapphires and Diamond Drop Earrings, price upon request.
ASV Polkis Pastel Paradise Earrings, price upon request


Neety Singh

Which bride can resist wearing a wide array of gemstones? Jeweller Neety Singh says the top choice among her brides is the Navratna, jewellery with nine multicoloured gemstones, each exuding a vibrant energy that makes for the perfect mehendi or sangeet accessory. Featuring rich shades and interesting combinations of gems, Navratna jewellery often become heirloom pieces and great day-to-night staples.

Neety Singh Jewellery Navratan Chaand Baalas with Detachable Studs, price upon request.


Amaris by Prerna Rajpal Classic Navratan Necklace, price upon request
Shri Ram Hari Ram Jewellers, Dariba Kalan Navratan Polki Earrings, price upon request


A Jewels by Anmol Navratan Necklace Studded with Diamond Polki, price upon request
Razwada Jewellers Navratan and Uncut Diamond Necklace, price upon request


Avama Jewellers Choker, price upon request


Yash Agarwal

While the world of bridal fashion undergoes significant change, foster tradition with a splurge of decadence. Feast your eyes on traditional gold jewellery embellished with a pop of colour. “Many brides are loving this trend as it allows them to incorporate their individuality into their bridal attire, creating an explosive entrance with gemstones and enamel accents, yet possessing a traditional style,” says Yash Agarwal, creative director of Birdhichand Ghanshyamdas Jewellers.

Khanna Jewellers Tanzanite with Diamond and Diamond Polki Necklace, price upon request
Birdhichand Ghanshyamdas Jewellers Pink and Emerald Sapphire Paisley Studs, price upon request
Shiv Narayan Jewellers Enchanting Peacock Ring, price upon request
Zoya White and Rose Gold Kashmir Tulip Farm Earrings, ₹3,06,007
Ghatiwala Jadau Earrings, price upon request
Sunita Shekhawat Tanzanite and Diamond Necklace, price upon request
The Line Jhoomar Earrings, ₹4,75,000
Dhirsons Jewellers Handcrafted Gold Earrings, price upon request


Rohan Narang

Diamonds are forever

In a woman's fashion vocabulary, diamonds are indispensable ans have a reserved spot in their jewellery box. Rohan Narang, managing director, Hazoorilal Legacy, anticipates the resurgence of vintage-isnpired diamond cuts, with emerald, cushion, and marquise shapes taking centre stage and adding a magical touch to their wedding ensemble.

Her Story Interlace Necklace, price upon request
Amaranté Jewels Clair de Lune, price upon request
Jet Gems Fine Jewellery Petala Diamond Studded Necklace, price upon request
Varuna D Jani Diamond Cuff Bangle, price upon request
Studio Renn Pagoda Nest Earrings, price upon request
Irasva Fine Jewellery Diamond Earrings, price upon request


Hazoorilal Legacy Diamond Necklace, price upon request
Shea Luxe Jewels Floral Radiance, price upon request


Pratiksha Prashant

Let regal jewellery set the mood for the rest of your trousseau. Imbibing the values of regional variations in trends, temple jewellery and Satladas reflect our cultural heritage. “Southern craft brings forth unique individualistic dimensions to a bride, offering regal charm,” says Pratiksha Prashant, creative director at Kishandas & Co. “Modern brides are adorning themselves in mathapatti and sheeshpatti headbands, which combine traditional with contemporary fashion.”

PP Jewellers by Pawan Gupta Temple Jewellery with Gemstones, price upon request
Mahesh Notandass Fine Jewellery Polki Necklace with Ganesha Engraved Emerald, price upon request


The House of MBj Gold Temple Necklace, price upon request
Jaipur Gems Godess Galore Earrings, price upon request
Kishandas & Co Magarimala, price upon request
S K Seth Temple Jewellery Maangtika, price upon request
RK Jewellers South Ex- II Gold Temple Necklace, price upon request


Umang Gupta

A bridal trousseau can’t do without the timeless and elegant polki. Umang Gupta, the seventh-generation owner of Shri Ram Hari Ram Jewellers, believes that present-day wedding sets go above and beyond just the big day. “Old favourites like uncut diamonds are high up in the checklist today. Embedded with coloured stones, the wearer’s look remains rich, opulent and trendy for all seasons,” he says


Shri Ram Hari Ram Jewellers, Dariba Kalan Stardust Halo Polki Earrings, price upon request
Anjali Bhimrajka Fine Jewels Polki Necklace, price upon request
Indian Gem and Jewellery Creation Earrings, price upon request
Bharany's Polki Necklace with Green Enamel, price upon request
Hazoorilal by Sandeep Narang Classic Polki Ring, price upon request
Grace Fine Jewells Multi-layered Polki Necklace, price upon request
Jewel Saga Jaipur Polki and Enamel Fusion Earrings, price upon request.