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Looking For Offbeat Wedding Jewelry? Don't Miss Checking Out These Brands!

BY Garvita | 25 May, 2019 | 334 views | 3 min read

We're in an era where brides are ready to push their boundaries to create an unconventional bridal look! Whenever we spot a bride wearing quirky jewellery, it literally make us go weak in the knees. With millennial brides breaking the barrier and moving past traditional jewellery pieces to go the eccentric way, we're now spoilt for choice! 

There was a time when parents used to decide jewellery for the bride - which was the same 'ol traditional gold! However, now brides want to keep all their looks distinctive and innovative, so that none of them look mainstream. Hence, to help you plan a fresh bridal look for your wedding ceremony, with this post we've got something that you shouldn't miss checking out! 

While scouting for latest jewellery inspiration, we found brands offering offbeat wedding jewellery, and we knew we had to share it with you! So go ahead drive through this post and get inspired to add them in your wedding checklist. Don't forget to tell us if you do! 

Prerto 

 

Image via Prachi & Dev

Image via Prerto

If you're a fan of oversized, statement jewellery pieces, then you should definitely check out Prerto! Incase you're planning to wear an understated ensemble with minimalistic embroidery for any of your pre-nuptial ceremony, then their jewellery will add the right amount of drama that you'll need. 

We love how our real bride, Prachi wore Prerto for her Mehendi ceremony and totally nailed this quirky, unconventional look. Everything from the maangtikka to the earrings screamed modernity and freshness!! 

Outhouse 

Image via Komal & Krish

Image via Anish & Rijuta

 

Images via Naman Verma Photography@davidbastianoni and Instagram

Outhouse is quite popular amongst brides-to-be as it effortlessly adds a modern flair to a traditional, bridal ensemble! Not only for wedding jewellery, but a lot of brides are also keeping it as their first choice when it comes to curating luxe bridal favors.

We have spotted soo many brides wearing Outhouse's dainty but exquisite headgears for their mehndi or their handcrafted haathphools to amp up the Sangeet attire! And if this wasn't enough, Outhouse's founder, Kaabia Grewal broke the internet with her sea-shell kaleeras and other out-of-the-box bridal jewellery pieces. Can't help but fall in love with this millennial twist to the bridal looks! 

Aetee Designs

Image via Aetee Designs

Aetee Designs like to keep its jewellery trendy but understated! Their pieces are so versatile, that they perfectly compliment lehengas, gowns and even Indo-western outfits. You can even keep their pieces for your trousseau considering that you can style them with both western or ethnic wear. If you'll ask us to pick one piece from their collection, we'd pick any of their maangtikka in a fraction of seconds. Why? Because it's feminine yet edgy!

Isharya

Image via @isharya

Isharya offers a bit of both – art deco and elegance! You can definitely give it a try if you're looking for jewellery to accentuate your Cocktail gown. Or simply pick their sleek, intricate pieces to wear them at a smaller pre-wedding function! So go ahead, sparkle your way to the big day and let your jewellery do the talking. 

Zariin Jewelry

Image via @karunaezara

Image via @zariinjewelry

Zariin defines itself as a modern-Indian jewellery label! And seeing how brides are going the minimal way these days, it is the best alternative for that voguish charm. Despite being intricately modern, it's still rooted traditionally, and can fit perfectly for any of your wedding ceremony! We love how these brides went the simplistic way and yet stood out with their looks by wearing these innovative jewellery pieces. 

Amazingly refreshing, aren't they? So, which one are you planning to pick for your wedding? 

Psstt.. if you're planning a destination wedding, then you should definitely infuse these pieces to your ensemble, and possibly start a trend because it has not been done to death yet!

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