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Heavy Bridal Necklace Designs for the Dolled-up Bride!

Congratulations—you’ve completed the task! You’ve discovered The One. It’s now time to adorn your wedding attire (not your soul mate). While choosing wedding jewellery may appear to be a difficult task, it doesn’t have to be. It has been rightly said that Jewellery makes a dress belong to the bride. They add a personal touch to her wedding look and feel. If not combined with the appropriate bridal necklace, a lovely lehenga with the most fashionable choli might become a disaster. When it comes to selecting jewellery, brides are more concerned with the colour, stones, and material than with the cut and design of the necklace. So, worry not, we bring to you some of the latest bridal necklaces that will make your wedding day look more appealing for you to cherish fondly for years to come. So, read on and trust your instincts, choose what you like and follow the best style tips given below.

Today’s brides have a plethora of alternatives to choose from. The options are endless, from everyone’s favourite “choker” to the traditional “rani haar“. If you’re still undecided about which type of necklace to wear at your wedding, here’s a comprehensive reference to the various types of necklaces available.

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 1. Choker Necklaces for Brides

Take a look at how this bride has stacked her jewellery, which is primarily traditional with a standout choker. The choker necklace looks fantastic and goes well with her bridal outfit. A bridal choker set is a form of a necklace that is both attractive and trendy. Brides look stunning in these close-fitting dazzling jewels, which are modest solid ones with stones or large ornate ones. It’s the perfect bridal jewellery item to have, a fashion statement and a must-have in every bride’s wardrobe.

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 2. Short and Edgy Chokers for Brides

The finest aspect about this choker is that it fits properly and looks lovely; the best part is that it can be worn with both Indian and western attire. These are small chokers that sit around your neck, emphasising it aggressively with lovely designs and bizarre stone settings. These types of bridal neckpieces have a distinctly modern edge that makes the bride look great with both Indian and western clothes.

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3. Polki and Pearl Chokers for Brides

How do you like this bride’s polki and pearl choker set?! This magnificent piece so elegantly adorns the neck, making you stand out very elegantly. This particular combination always has a style statement. Try it!

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4. Diamond Chokers for Brides

Diamonds are every bride’s choice, and if the occasion is a wedding, having a diamond set would be beneficial as well as attractive. Look at these mesmerising delicate diamond chokers with pearl accents. This necklace is a perfect accessory for engagement or reception attire!

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5. Temple Jewellery Chokers for Brides

The bride in the picture above opted for a traditional antique temple jewellery look. It goes well with the traditional kanjeevaram saree and is a perfect choice for traditional attire. Temple jewellery can be magnificent and timeless at the same time. Ready to get one for your collection?!

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6. Jadau Choker Sets for Brides

Full & extravagant chokers in a classic jadau setting with a splash of rubies or emeralds are the perfect options for brides who want to be immersed in an all-royal aura! These classic Jadau choker sets are perfect for brides who want to sail in traditional style.

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7. Polki and Kundan Sets for Brides

Jewellery tradition continues for ages. Polki and Kundan sets are always in style, and they could be a perennial choice for your wedding. Take note of how this bride has gone for a full-on Polki style. A combination of polki with a few Kundan bits falling. You can try this look; the result will be amazingly good!!

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8. Chand Ballis Set for Brides

The bride looks royal in that choker necklace with cascading ‘chand baalis‘. She appears to be gorgeous and a perfect example of over-the-top bridal jewellery. These sets are just meant for them.

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9. Enameled or Meenakari Choker Necklaces for Brides

Statement choker designs for a bride’s mehndi ceremony include enamelled or meenakari choker necklaces. A must-have for small religious ceremonies, family get togethers or celebrations.

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10. Simple Gold Chokers for Brides

Gold chokers have a particular beauty to them and would look great with any ensemble – we love them with silk sarees with golden borders.

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11. Floral Chokers for Brides

A floral choker set would be lovely and cute at the same time. You can try this for the mehndi ceremony, haldi ceremony or ladies sangeet. It is also a favourite among the brides for photo shoots thus making them a must-have for such occasions. Can’t miss out on this!

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