Every bride will be dreaming of her wedding day when all the eyes will be on her and she will shine with an eternal glow. Jadas are one of the most remarkable pieces of bridal jewelry, typically adorned by a South Indian bride to also give an edge to your entire bridal look. Jadas have traveled a long way from the original temple to the modern era of floral and even full mogra wrap. Ladies, if you’re up to play with your bride hairstyles, and you wouldn’t mind trying something totally new, then this article is for you.

Take a look at these designs and styles that we have listed for you here and go rock your wedding with that beautiful hair!

1. The Fusion Jada

We admire the brides who try to play with patterns and colors. Here’s one such bride in a color-coordinated jada in blue and vintage gold tones. This Jada is intended to cover the plait completely. Although baby breath and synthetic flowers are used, alternate jasmine flowers are studded for an extra touch. This is a vibrant match for Brides in pastel sarees.

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2. Pearl Strands And Kundan Jada

Don’t just make your clothes look like royalty on your big day, consider your hair too. Adorn your plaits with intricate hair jewelry with cascading pearl strands and kundan work.

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3. The Ethnic Jada

Sonam Kapoor always loves experimenting with her clothes, hair, accessories, etc. She rocked the red carpet of Cannes in 2019. We love her Indo-Western type dress that she has delightfully matched with this ethnic jada billai.

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4. Flowers With Jada Billai

The combination of flowers and the jada billais is an unusual yet elegant hair look. This style is superfluous and can make the hair stand out. Make sure you wear it when your dress isn’t too bright or extravagant.

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5. The Rosy Floral Jaal

The floral jaal has a history in itself, and all the years have brought the best out of it. This floral jaal was designed exclusively for a bride who wanted the best of both worlds. It is a ¬†bright rosy base covered with the iconic jaal, and we’re just impressed.

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6. Traditional South Indian Jada

This is a good example of the typical South India jada billai. The “rakodi” on the top is a circular pattern, accompanied by a typical “Chandiran” crescent design and a snake design termed as “naagar”. The whole piece is completed with a circular or tassel decoration made of cloth or threads called “kunjalam” which are also embellished sometimes.

 

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6. Single Pearl Strand Jada

We love the simplicity of this jada. Made of pearls and basic single pearl strands, it can be fitted with any color of saree or lehenga.

 

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7. Silver Jada

Look like a present-day queen adorning the silver-made antique jada billai, filled with precious stones of kemp, white and green.

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8. Goddess Laxmi Jada

This is a spectacular jada with beautiful, large gold ornaments which is designed in the form of the goddess Laxmi. She is a representation of prosperity and wealth.

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9. Modern Jada

This is the look for the brides who want to keep things simple. Give the jada a new twist by adorning them on messy braids with a traditional touch of rose flowers. This would be a perfect hair accessory for your Mehendi.

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10. Pendant And Golden Jada

To achieve this look you require no extravagant hair accessories. All you will require are a few pendants and a ribbon of golden / zari that can be plaited together with your plaits.

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Which designs of jada are you loving? Please let us know in the comments section below!

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