The latest in bridal temple jewellery are portraits and photographs of gods and descendants

The latest in bridal temple jewellery are portraits and photographs of gods and descendants

Indian wedding dresses, sarees, and lehengas are a must-have for women of all races and ages. We thought the sexy wedding dress was only within the Pakistani and Indian border, but women all over the world cannot get enough of these stunning hand-embroidered Zardozi, mirror, Chikankari, Cut Dana, and zari stitches on bridalwear. 

The Indian traditional dress comes in a million colours, with hand-sewn regal motifs and designs. The designer bridal lehenga never loses its flair, tradition, or magnetism. Even as a wedding guest, visitors can show off this season’s hottest bridal looks. The newest designs in Indian dresses, suits, engagement gowns, ethnic bridesmaid and bridalwear looks is the ancient Mughal jewellery.

We’re particularly in love with portraits and photographs fixed on regal jewellery. You can customise your bridal looks with images of your grandparents, descendants, gods, or ancestors on your rani haar or bib necklace. Actresses like Sonam Kapoor and Madhuri Dixit are seen wearing the latest in traditional bridal jewellery. The latest south and north Indian looks are complete with traditional temple jewellery. 

Look 1: For the Valiant

The look is Summer, playful, eccentric, bold and filled with sweet memories.

Look 2: Bollywood

A classic wedding look, jovial Bollywood is about neon colours and the festive full bloom.

Look 3: Spellbound

This look is about fairy dust, the full moon, enchantment and all things pixie.

Look 4: Moon Glow

Another look for the spring, this lavender ensemble is perfect for fresh morning weddings.

Look 5: Regal Royalty

This bridal outfit is inspired by ancient India, with key traditional designs and elements included. Sabyasachi is a leading designer known for his regal looks. Celebrities like Deepika Padukone is one of his muses.