It’s the era where weddings are getting more lavish and royal than before and wearing jewelry on the big day is not limited to just brides now. Grooms of different cultures are also seen wearing different jewels for their special day. Gone are the days when men would pull it off by just wearing a ring. With the hype surrounding celebrity weddings in Udaipur, a trendy wave of men’s jewelry has been introduced.
Be it a Punjabi wedding, South Indian nuptials or even a Christian wedding; here are a few jewelry trends that men and grooms-to-be should know!
Obviously, design can be tweaked according to a person’s liking but men’s engagement rings are no longer just a plain, simple band. Many grooms now prefer diamonds and/ or other precious stones like ruby or emerald for their engagement rings!
Thick and heavy wrist bands made of gold, silver or a precious metal of your choice matches perfectly with Indian attire. A wrist band is the kind of accessory which goes along well with any kind of outfit. The latest trend for an Indian groom-to-be is a wrist band with something special engraved on it. It can be the significant other’s name or even the special date which marks their beautiful journey.
Yes, brides are not the only ones wearing necklaces at their weddings now. Many grooms are now been seen with gold or kundan embossed designer malas. Our very own Ranveer Singh was seen wearing a glamourous kundan necklace in his Sindhi style wedding. The flawless pairing of sherwanis and men’s necklaces have also acted as tough competition for simple, embroidered sherwanis.
World famous designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee started this trend long ago with his collection. Grooms of Sabyasachi wore custom designed jewelry, mostly made out of rich birthstones. Just a sober design is enough to make a groom look dashing on his special day!
Be it a Rajasthani wedding or a Punjabi one, a groom’s pagadi can be accessorized with jewelry or even a brooch. Turban is a significant part of a groom’s clothing, as it defines His honor. It is what gives him a royal look. A brooch attached to the front of the turban gives it a wonderful touch.
A brooch can be worn on the sherwani or on the turban or both as well, depending on how you like it. This accessory is worn on the left side, near the heart. It gives a better and brighter look to the groom’s overall look. Although, a brooch and a necklace should not be worn together unless the necklace is not too big, otherwise it would just look overdone and not at all soothing to the eyes. If it’s a long, heavy-studded necklace, a brooch can be stitched on the turban to make it look even more graceful.
Nowadays, couples are also seen wearing matching jewelry with their matching outfits be it the design or the color. If you wish to give others couple goals, reach us so we can plan your dream destination wedding in Udaipur!