Destination Wedding Jewellery
Weddings are without a doubt, the most exciting time of any woman’s life. Be it the bride herself, her friends, family and everyone involved. It involves a series of events and dressing up. Everys event has a significance and the clothes and jewellery are worn accordingly. With an increasing trend of destination wedding the jewellery trend is shifting from real jewellery to costume jewellery. Costume jewellery for wedding is called as Destination wedding jewellery.
Destination wedding jewellery was initially created for weddings held at exotic destinations such as Goa, Rajasthan, Carribean and Bali. Guests would want to enjoy and be stress free and did not want to risk carrying real jewellery given the safety issues and hassles at custom checkpoints. The excitement for attending a destination wedding can be felt right from day one. Weddings are also the perfect excuse to get dressed up and flaunt your best jewellery. Here are our tips for what jewellery to wear to your next destination wedding.
Most often, destination weddings are held by the beach, in a tropical environment. The weather here tends to be on the humid side, so keep that in mind while keeping your jewellery light and best suited for the atmosphere. Pieces which are not too heavy, like beads or tassels jewellery are best worn here.
If you’re heading for a destination wedding steeped in royalty, bring out your most opulent pieces of jewellery to highlight your outfits. Wear a luxurious looking necklace with coloured gemstones to add glam to your outfit. Traditional dressing would not be complete without elaborate earrings, and the perfect ones to make an impression are the jhumki or danglers with intricate details and the sheen of gold.
If the destination wedding is a more intimate gathering, a good idea is to keep your jewellery simple yet classy. Chic and understated pieces are the perfect picks for the big night. Nose-rings and rings, tikkas and jhumkas, anklets and toe-rings, any wedding is incomplete without the shimmer and sparkle of ethnic jewellery on an Indian bride. However, with more and more couples opting for a destination wedding, it is becoming increasingly riskier to carry a fortune in jewels for the numerous occasions that are a must of every Indian wedding.
So next time you are invited to a destination wedding do follow these simple tips and enjoy a stress free holiday.