I’m going to share some aesthetic floral jewellery creations I hope you will enjoy. We all know Jewellery is a top priority of many women. We can find it in different materials like diamond, gold, silver, lead, copper and in many other metals. But the very old tradition is to make jewellery with flowers, leaves and cowries. These worn by ancient women were considered more aesthetic and valuable, which are once again trending, especially in weddings mostly in the Haldi celebrations. So, Let’s see different types of aesthetic jewellery.
1- COWRIE SHELL JEWELLERY
Cowrie Shell Jewellery looks more aesthetic and real with a little flavour of multiple flowers. Bride looks pretty and beautiful after wearing it. She looks like a fairy flying in the flower plaintiffs. Cowrie jewellery generally used by Kaniyar Panicker, Astrologer of Kerala. But, Now, it’s generally used in garments, and jewellery, especially for ‘Mangtika’ and ‘Kamarband’
2- YELLOW AESTHETIC FLORAL FLORAL JEWELLERY
Yellow floral jewellery of multiple yellow colours like daffodils, lemon meringue flowers made jewellery is too much wear in ‘Haldi Celebration’. This jewellery especially uses for a wedding in the Haldi ceremony because the flowers look similar to Haldi’s colour, which looks more traditional and natural.
3- RED AESTHETIC FLORAL JEWELLERY
The red colour is a sign of love and purity. The colour itself is also a sign of goodness and happiness, that’s why an Indian wedding can’t be complete without a red lehenga. Now, Bridals wear Red floral jewellery also which indicates their natural beauty.
4- ORCHID FLORAL JEWELLERY
Orchids are plants that look more beautiful. This plant grows different colours of flowers like purple, White, light purple etc. Orchid’s jewellery reflects the beauty of sunset. Tiny leaves with any different colour look marvellous and bride shines like flowers smiling in the rain.
5- WHITE FLORAL JEWELLERY
Although, white colour is not traditionally used in Indian weddings. Still, it’s too much use with other colours and separate as well. White floral jewellery spread the fine art of love and nature. There is a lot of white floral use for jewellery like white roses, Tulip and Cala Lily etc.
Now that you know more about aesthetic floral jewellery you may want to incorporate it into your wardrobe, especially for weddings and special events. If your event is Indian-inspired then this jewellery is an absolute must!
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