Jewellery trends for weddings in 2024

Emerging wedding jewellery trends in 2024 are the latest thing that the internet is obsessed with right now. A trend shift shows a growing obsession with jewellery made of pearl stack chokers, statement necklaces, and bridal polki sets embellished with diamonds.

Here's how you can celebrate the significance of commitment, love, and prosperity with bridal jewellery in polki. 

Accessories like brooches are expected to make a comeback. Polki bridal jewellery sets fashioned in gold with their intricate designs are an heirloom-worthy investment, with timeless appeal. Holding high cultural significance in wedding rituals and traditions.

Bridal Necklace Sets

Redefining regal, the trend of wearing elaborate polki bridal jewellery necklace sets is back. Featuring intricate floral patterns, peacock motifs, paisley designs, and filigree work made with delicate craftsmanship.

Embellishing your classic necklaces with green emeralds, pearls, colorful gemstones and enamel work in Victorian style is a popular choice.

You can pair this stunning purvi polki multi-layered beaded long necklace embellished with natural polki diamonds and gemstones with a choker that compliments your look and your overall bridal attire.

Statement Earrings

Earrings enhance your overall look completing your bridal jewellery set. Style your pair of intricately crafted jhumkas layered with a choker and a long necklace to give you the traditional look.

Try our Damini Polki chaandbalis or chandelier earrings drawing focal attention to your face that compliment your hairstyle and attire for a touch of glamour and sophistication on your big day.

With polki’s seamless ability to blend in and give your classic jewellery a modern spin. You can explore contemporary designs if you are a modern bride.

Want to go for a fusion look or feel bold? Try different statement earrings like oversized studs, in geometric shapes, and asymmetrical styles.

Maang Tikka

Discover the timeless allure of our polki maang tikkas at Tyaani. A place where modern sophistication meets traditional elegance. A captivating blend that elevates your outfit with an ethnic yet contemporary flair.

Returning to tradition, the resurgence of wearing a maang tikka encrusted with polki stones, pearls, and intricate gold motifs is on the rise in bridal fashion. Rooted in Indian culture, the tradition of wearing a maang tikka along with your bridal jewellery set dates back to the Vedas symbolizing beauty, grace, and auspiciousness.

Grooms Accessories

Polki seamlessly blends with the wedding theme, there is a growing trend to incorporate polki jewellry for grooms sherwanis or bandhgalas.

Adding a brooch to a groom's attire with polki is the best way to subtly add a touch of tradition. With polki stones and colorful enamel work featuring geometric patterns, floral motifs, or traditional symbols like peacocks or elephants on your brooches.

Small polki buttons infused with diamonds crafted in gold or silver are emerging as a unique accessory. The buttons are enclosed by intricate enamel detailing that adds a touch of opulence to the groom's outfit. Cufflinks embedded with polki add a touch of luxury and refinement.

Dreaming of having that perfect wedding look with your outfit? Weave the threads of love with graciousness on your big day. Stun in our diverse range of bridal polki jewellery sets collection that brings you an amalgam of colors in the perfect ensemble at Tyaani.