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Bangles And The Brides

By Richa

We present to the modern girl’s guide to fancy wedding bangles! Read on to know more!

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‘Mere haathon mein nau nau choodiyan hain,’ most of us Indian girls have grown up listening and believing these songs. We all know the significance of nau nau choodiyan in a bride’s life. We might hide it but secretly we all have enacted the song way too many times and dreamt of our wedding day. Bangles look graceful and truly charming! From every day to special occasions, they add a touch of bling and sparkle to your wedding attire. They can be bought in varying materials, colours, styles, and designs; depending on personal taste and need.

However; wedding bangles deserve every bit of attention. Each and every element that goes in creating the perfect wedding look must be well thought of and carefully picked. After all, it’s a once in a lifetime experience and every single thing needs to be grand and beautiful. Here we’ll take you through the best of wedding bangles designs and styles. These varying styles can be used for the wedding day or for the many occasions, before or after, the main wedding. Take your pick!

As a bride, you’ll definitely be buying or getting gold or diamond bangles at the wedding, we’ll also tell you what’s in store in the imitation jewellery department? Whether you’re looking at bangles for your engagement, mehendi, or sangeet, there are a lot of options available if you don’t want to go down the tried and tested gold/diamond/glass bangle route! Here’s what’s in these days!

Kundan Bangles: Just like Kundan earrings and neckpieces, kundan bangles are also in vogue, and look stunning on their own or paired with other bangles for a more festive look. Kundan looks traditional yet contemporary, adding tonnes of grace and charm to the beaming bride.

Meenakari Work Bangles: If you want to add a magic around your soft wrists, then there can be no better option than grabbing the Meenakari bangles. Enchanting patterns, pleasing colours and mesmerising artwork, they exude a majestic feel. These bangles team up with Indian as well as western outfits. You don’t need more than this on your wrist for a function like the Engagement or Reception!

Beaded Beauty: If your wedding attire is beautifully highlighted with bead work, team it up with the statement beaded broad bangles. You can combine it with metal or glass wedding bangles or wear them alone too. Beaded bangles and bracelets with a stone work pendant are also good option for Indo-western outfits and gowns, like say for your Sangeet or Reception when you don’t need too much jewellery!

Metal Affair: Glass bangles look beautiful but can easily break and hurt (especially for those planning on belting some energetic dance moves). Metal bangles look equally beautiful and come in a range of colours and designs. Plus, you can easily store them without worrying about damage.



Ghungroo Bangles and Kada: Perfect for the mehendi to wear or give out as favours, these come in a range of colours and look so so festive!

Gota Bangles: Gota jewellery is so so in these days for the mehendi function, and it comes in so many colours and designs that you’ll be spoilt for choice!

Bangles with a Haathphool: Bangles or kadas with connected haathphools are also in vogue these days, which are perfect for a statement look! You can go as thin or thick with the bangle as you want!

Avant-garde Cuffs: Tough and timeless, the cuff is a distinct jewellery statement. Stack them together for avant garde style.

“Gone are the days when brides wore stacks of heavy bangles on their wedding and reception functions. Broad cuffs are light in weight, big on style and can be paired with cocktail dresses easily,” Mrs. Manju Kothari - Creative Director, Entice.

Lac Wedding Bangles: Lac wedding bangles add a touch of traditional to the complete look. They are easily available in a range of colours and designs. They are light and don’t add unnecessary weight while extending beauty and charm.

Thread Cuff Design: You don’t necessarily need to buy multiple bangles when one can be enough to fill the complete wrist stylishly. Orange and pink is a raging combination and so are these silk thread bangles and cuffs. One broad cuff highlighted with gold bead or crystal work is all you need to put your best hand forward.

Kaleere Inspired Bangles: Instead of going for the long chura danglers, you can get a beautiful wedding bangles set with smaller hangings. These look traditional yet stylish and are convenient and easy to manage too. Smaller hangings are not as heavy as traditional danglers but offer the same charm.

Classic is Best: Simple glass bangles with little embellishments and gold highlights are the traditional and classic choice of wedding bangles. These can be in the same hue and colour as the wedding attire or highlight a contrasting shade.

Strap Bracelets: Strap bracelets look uber chic and are extremely comfortable to wear if you don’t like the clingy-clanginess of a bangle!

Zardozi Bangles: Bangles and kadas with zardozi work also make for pretty mehendi accessories! You can also consider giving these away as mehendi favours. They come in probably every colour and design possible!

Acrylic Bangles: Acrylic bangles come in a wide variety of colours and you can get a lot of options when it comes to the work on it too! From kundan to sequin and even bead work, they are light and are an amazing choice for the sister of the bride/groom who has to do a lot of running around!

Floral Bangles: Mrs. Kothari suggested, “Flowers have always been the most beautiful inspiration when it comes to designing jewellery. Bangles should always have smaller flower motifs otherwise the flowers start taking more importance that the wearer.”


“Wedding bangles are available in almost every colour and material. The choice depends on the bride’s likes and dislikes, her garments and her lifestyle. Indian brides mostly opt for traditional red and gold bangles for the wedding day and prefer to experiment with diamond bangles or cuffs for their cocktail and receptions,” Mrs. Kothari further added.

“A fusion of traditional jewellery with contemporary aesthetics is best when the neither of them loose their appeal. The fusion should add much more value to the final product than when designed with single ideology. The design process is very crucial here,” Mrs. Kothari concluded.


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