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15+ Exceptional Temple Jewellery Designs for Brides

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By Kanika Chachera

Updated on 30 June, 2020



Indian culture worships Hindu Gods and Goddess where they not only pray to them but also wear their figures as jewellery to signify their devotion. Temple Jewellery is merely worn in South India. Authentically, the pieces are shaped into Indian deities, specifically in gold and immersed in precious gems and stones. Although various other metals such as silver are used to craft this heritage jewellery, gold has a wider ratio of its making. This blog lists antique to unique pieces of 15 Trending Bridal Temple Jewelry that could be ornamented with your chosen outfit. Necklace, Earrings, Matha-Patti, Maang-Tikka, Bangles/Bracelet, Muthu-Jadai, Kamar-Bandh, Baju-Bandh and Rings, you can find them all here. 


Unique and Heavy Gold Necklace


Lord Ganesha and Goddess Lakshmi are the deities of finance and prosperity. In the image below, both of them are carved beautifully in a gold necklace with added Kundan work. This necklace can be worn with a red and pink coloured outfit that has golden detailing. For a heavier appearance, a choker can be worn along with this set. 


Gold Necklace Bridal Temple Jewellery Design

Image Source: Griiham.net


The necklace in this image portrays deities in the pendant and matching earrings in pearl and gold. If pearls are your choice, then you may consider similar pieces like this necklace.


Pearl Gold Necklace  Bridal Temple Jewellery Design

 

Well-Crafted Chokers


The choker in the images below can be paired with an extended necklace. These gold chokers can add weight to the entire set if you plan to be the bride in gold. The left image displays Lord Krishna celebrating. 


Crafted Chokers Bridal Temple Jewellery Design

Image Source: Pinterest


Goddess Lakshmi engraved in this gold choker is a real beauty as she sits on the lotus, and besides her are elephants. Finished with red Kundan work, this choker can be wholeheartedly worn by a bride.  


Kundan Chokers Bridal Temple Jewellery Design

Image Source: Pinterest


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Authentic Temple Jewelry Earrings


One of the most common elements of a jewellery set is earrings, and there are multiple types of them.


Jhumkas


Authentic Earrings Bridal Temple Jewellery Design

Image Source: Kameswari Jewellers


Chandelier Earrings


Chandliers Earrings Bridal Temple Jewellery Design

Image Source: Sneha Rateria


Studs


Earring Studs Bridal Temple Jewellery Design

Image Source: Kayara Bling


Earcuffs


Gold Earcuffs Bridal Temple Jewellery Design

Image Source: Kempu Jewellery


Jewel Up The Hairline With Matha-Patti


The forehead accessory that goes in a traditional Indian jewellery set is called Matha-Patti. There are two kinds of them. One is broad, and the other is sleek. Below are the images of both. This accessory is worn by a bride for a fuller look. Available in silver and gold, ladies mostly prefer gold.


Broad Maatha-Patti


Broad Matha Patti Bridal Temple Jewellery Design


Beautiful Matha Patti Bridal Temple Jewellery Design

Image Source: Pinterest


Sleek Matha-Patti 


Sleek Matha Patti Bridal Temple Jewellery Design

Image Source: Pinterest


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Light-Weighted Maang-Tikka


For all the brides who wish to substitute a Matha-Patti can opt for Maang-Tikka as it is designed to be placed on the middle partition of the head and is comparatively lighter. The variety of Maang-Tikka designs can be viewed in the images below.


Light Weight Maang Tikka Bridal Temple Jewellery Design

Image Source: Pinterest


This Maang-Tikka variant is thick and has a repetition of a shape throughout. This traditional maang-tikka is designed in gold with beads and kundan.


Kundan Maang Tikka Bridal Temple Jewellery Design

Image Source: Aarvee


Gold Maang Tikka Bridal Temple Jewellery Design

Image Source: Kushal’s


The Maang-Tikka above are broad from the front and get narrower from the bottom.


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Bangles and Bracelet


An Indian bride does not miss her wrist accessory, especially when the jewellery industry has antique designs to offer. Gold plated, mixed metal, Kundan or studded diamonds, your choice! We have listed well-crafted Bangles and Bracelet designs that will delight you.


Bangles


Gold Bangles Bridal Temple Jewellery Design

Image Source: Pinterest


Beautiful Bangles Bridal Temple Jewellery Design

Image Source: SVTM Jewels


Bracelet


Beautiful Bracelet Bridal Temple Jewellery Design

Image Source: Pinterest


Best Bracelet Bridal Temple Jewellery Design

Image Source: Pinterest


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Muthu-Jadai


Muthu-Jadai derives from the South Indian culture where it is worn by a bride as a hair accessory. This piece of jewellery is tucked on a braid, and it stretches out till the bottom. Gold Muthu-Jadai that are in trend, have Indian floral and deities in its detailing. 


Gold Muthu Jadai Bridal Temple Jewellery Design

Image Source: Savitha Patil


Golden Muthu jadai Bridal Temple Jewellery Design

Image Source: Fifth Angle Studios


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Kamar-Bandh


Kamar-Bandh is a waist accessory that keeps the sari in place and works as a waist belt. In Tamil Nadu, ladies wear it as part of their bridal attire. Which one will you choose from the following?


Golden Kamarbandh Bridal Temple Jewellery Design

Image Source: Kushal's Fashion Jewellery


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Best Kamarbandh Bridal Temple Jewellery Design


Golden kamarbandh Bridal Temple Jewellery Design

Image Source: Pinterest


Baju-Bandh


One accessory that truly marks its cultural reference is a Baju-Bandh that is worn on the upper arm and used to be an accessory God & Goddess used to wear. In South India, brides still love to wear them and if you wish to choose one that complements your wedding outfit then have a glance at the images we have categorized for you.


Golden Baju Bandh Bridal Temple Jewellery Design

Image Source: Kushal’s Fashion Jewellery


Baju Bandh Bridal Temple Jewellery Design

Image Source: Kushal’s Fashion Jewellery


Beautiful Baju Bandh Bridal Temple Jewellery Design

Image Source: Kushal’s Fashion Jewellery


Rings


A bridal jewellery set includes a ring as one of the ornaments, therefore, in temple jewellery ideas there is a miniature of temple roof which is worn and sacred elephant figures as well could be found upon some ring designs. Coordinate your jewellery with a couple of rings and finish up your bridal look. 


Gold Ring Bridal Temple Jewellery Design

Image Source: South India Jewels


Pearl Ring Bridal Temple Jewellery Design

Image source: Pinterest


Classic Ring Bridal Temple Jewellery Design

Image source: Pinterest


If you loved this selection of Bridal Temple Jewellery, then do share which accessory were you most drawn to in the comment section.




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