TSS Top 10: The Coolest Labels to Score Your Mehendi Jewellery
With enough ‘functions to don those heirloom jewels, the Mehendi definitely calls for keeping it light. Gota, florals or eclectic and edgy, we bring you ten brands with the coolest Mehendi jewellery that will turn any Bridezilla into a Bridechilla!
Nothing better than fresh blooms on a glowing bride. Get your dose of real floral jewellery by designer flower boutique, Ferns n Petals. Their collection this year is all about whites sprinkled with dashes of colours, easy to go with any outfit.
Fooljhadi’s jewellery goes beyond the typical gota designs. Coupled with pearls, zari, coloured embroideries and chains, the designs add a supremely chic and edgy twist to otherwise traditional jewellery.
When the ladies behind the brand have multiple degrees in Ikebana, you know you’ll get something beyond stunning. As the name suggests, this brand is your ultimate fix for all things floral. You can even get designs customized for yourself.
Based out of the culturally rich city of Multan, Pakistan, Nino’s Creations supplies its beautiful gota jewellery all over India. From earrings and bangles to fun headgears and potlis to keep your essentials by your side, you’ll get all that you need
If you’ve been following The Style Stamp, we’re sure you’ve wowed at the jewellery from Titli by Aayushi. Now called Paakhisia, the brand does a stunning variety of gota and floral pieces, each very unique and creative.
What sets Prune apart is the use of the most refreshing colours. Apart from bright festive colours you’ll find florals in fresh Lavender, baby pink and a soothing blue, perfect for the winter bride.
Anoo Flower Jewellery
A brand under the popular wedding flower retail company from South India, Pellipoolajada, Anoo does gota and floral jewellery as well as tiaras. They also help with fresh floral jewellery across 6 cities in India as well as in America.
Along with chic and super comfortable footwear, this talented designer also does an extensive line of jewellery. Gota, ghungroos, beads and pom-poms are put together for an eclectic mix of accessories.
If you don’t want to go down the floral and gota jewellery route, reach out to Nakhrewaali. Bright colours, kitsch motifs, tassels, mirrors, beads and shells, think pieces that are inspired by Indian heritage but with a fun, pop twist.
Traditional meets pop with this brand from Jammu. While you’ll find your dose of super fun gota and tasselled jewellery, Paisley Pop also does evening pieces in semi-precious stones, in case you want to stick to the traditional look.