Only her smile was more precious than the diamonds laden on her – Yes, that is the impression we had when Shrutika Dheer recounted the story of her wedding journey with team TJD!
Shrutika met Mumbai-based Vinit Mehta in London while studying, and it was a fun and exciting ride from there on with no looking back. The much-in-love young Punjabi girl’s wedding was an amped-up version with a spot-on combination of band, baaja and bling. The couple had a beautiful wedding planned, well balancing the functions between the two states.
Being the daughter of owner Nauhria Ram Dheer and Jewellers, Punjab, the bride ecstatically states how she and her dad planned every single piece of jewellery to precision keeping polki for D-day.
We take you through her jewellery story which is a dazzling and inspiring one.
For her engagement, the bride-to-be decided to wear a glittering diamond necklace boasting spectacular detailing with its soft, flowy arrangement of stones as if to form a mesh. It looked dazzling but extremely comfortable as it exuded the silhouette of wrapping softly at the neck. The matching danglers with rows of diamonds cascading as in a waterfall, (and won’t you say), complemented the powder blue of her dress.
The mehndi was fun and a relaxed affair with the bride glowing in a subtle hued outfit heightened with a glittering layered string of diamonds around her neck. Layered diamond pieces are always so fresh a choice when you want to stand out but not be over-the-top too, especially when you are saving the best for the last.
We loved how a colour pop was offered with the emerald and ruby detailing on her handcuffs, highlighting the diamond floral motifs all the way around. Gifted by her mother, the exquisiteness of the brooch necklace was noteworthy.
A ravishing bride in red and gold, Shrutika was adorned in stunning polki jewels which she designed to par-excellence by with her father. Modishly attractive, the set was a medley of fine uncut stones arranged beautifully to do complete justice to her Sabyasachi outfit. The crescent moon shaped enamelled border to her necklace, along with the matching chand balis and mang tika was highlighted with pearls for a fresh appeal which are also the bride’s favourite, and she insisted on having them to define the design.
From smooth flowing mesh, layered strings and gorgeous polki jewels, the reception jewellery was an exquisite motif-detailed choice, bordered with pearls and an emerald centre stone. Graceful arches and motifs wound their way around the neck, matched by a pair of danglers.
However, what we found fancy in was the broad jali cuff with diamonds strew across the rows, which she opted for instead of the standard bangles and bracelets.
Rich and luxe but so trendy, comfortable to watch and extremely elegant, we must say, the Dheer girl was all about statement and panache throughout her wedding events.
Who wouldn’t find this inspiring and fetching – Perfect for a summer or winter wedding, we bet you know what want now!