Kundan: for brides who craves the aesthetic vibe for their wedding day!thelittlejb
For the bride who craves the aesthetic vibe for her wedding day, what is better than a jewelry piece consisting of priceless gems set with gold foil between their mounts? The answer is nothing. Kundan is one of the oldest forms of jewelry to ever exist in India. Originally worn by queens in the royal courts of Rajasthan and then later carried forward by the Mughals, Kundan is more than just a form of traditional jewelry. Made by carefully weaving together various gemstones and uncut diamonds on a gold or metal base, the exquisite designs bring forward a tradition and heritage that was lost centuries ago.
If you are one of those brides that are looking for timeless pieces that will never go out of style, we have exactly what you require. Kundan pieces are versatile in their use and can be paired with all kind of lehengas. Here is a guide for brides looking for these vintage pieces.
For the brides who are not big on heavy jewelry, small Kundan earrings paired with a heavy maang tikka is perfect. Kundan earrings are very versatile as they are available in various colored gems and can be paired with all lehengas. With brides choosing white lehengas as their wedding outfits, Kundan earrings with their uncut diamonds and silver stones are one of the choices that will give the bride an angelic look. Brides in Red and Pink can opt for earrings with gemstones in the same color if they are going for the royal look. For those who are looking for more of an indo-western vibe, brides can go for contrasting pieces that will give a modern look without compromising the traditional factor.
A bride is never complete without a neck piece. Kundan neck pieces are nothing less than art. Bringing with them centuries-old heritage and traditions, these pieces are fit for the royalty. A bride can never go wrong with these timeless pieces. Made with intricate patterns by the experienced designers in Rajasthan, heavy kundan sets worn with a light lehenga and heavy headpiece will give a pretty simple and elegant look the bride who loves bling. Heavy lehengas can be worn with heavy neckpieces and light earrings for the balanced look that the contemporary bride looks for.
Kundan maang tikkas were worn by the Queens of Rajasthan and Gujarat centuries ago. They still haven’t lost their elegance. A bride can never go wrong with this vintage piece of jewelry that will ensure that she looks and feels like a queen. Born in the thick of culture and heritage, it is difficult to find such pieces that will remain timeless through the ages. Thankfully, we have just the perfect collection that you are looking for. Check out our collection of maang tikas made with delicate kundan work.
When the Mughals took over Rajasthan, the Mughal queens were in awe of the beautiful kundan headpieces that Hindu brides wore. Bringing their own twist to this art of jewelry making, they started wearing passas made in Kundan and from there on, there was no looking back. The contemporary brides that look for pieces that have a history, Kundan Passas are it. Combined together with a heavy neckpiece and studded earrings, minimalistic brides are good to go. For the brides that are looking for traditional and bling look can combine passas with a maang tika and heavy earrings made in the same style.