For Tanya Mehta from Lucknow, her wedding in June this year was a lovely traditional affair with Subodh Chopra, based in Gurgaon. Though they met on a matrimonial site, it instantly clicked between the two; as they say… Marriages are made in heaven!
Excitedly planning each look with her stylist, Tanya claims how she wanted to showcase her love for traditional gold and temple jewellery with an antique touch for the different functions. Not very fond of diamonds, she went for ethnic designs in oxidised gold and polki.
Doing away from the conventional choker, the beautiful bride opted for an attractive rani haar crafted in oxidised gold bordered with polki. Gifted to her by her mother in law, the set with its matching earrings blended effortlessly with the dress while fetching due attention. The layered design and fan pendant while truly traditional in every aspect looked amazing during the contemporary affair!
Gracefully boasting of her ‘Indian bride deco’, Tanya was bejewelled with stunning gold jewellery with enamelling and polki with an oxidised effect. The newly wed fondly recalls how after a thorough search for the right jewellery in Jaipur, she landed in Aishpra Jewellers in her home town that gave her just what she had in mind! She and her family were definitely clear about the design, and instantly liked the necklace set with its floral choker with pendant and long polki haar. With the addition of a matha patti, nath and haath phool, the bride stunned all by getting the forehead bindi also custom made in gold to match her ensemble!
Giving us here at TJD some major wedding tip goals, Tanya refrained from the contemporary choice of sparkling stones, and made a choice of ethnic jewellery with a hint of temple styling! Old is certainly gold here… as the pun goes..