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Ideas To Incorporate Glass Bangles In Wedding Ceremonies

Glass bangles are an indispensable part of any girl’s wardrobe and have withstood the test of time. For some, it is has a historical significance, whereas, for others, it is a style statement. They can be worn alone or mix and matched with other types of bangles to create different looks. They are available in every colour you will need, go along with most outfits and best of all, they are very, very cheap. But when it comes to weddings and other such grand events, we often never even consider glass bangles as an option. In this article, we will show you some quirky and innovative ways to use them in your wedding.

Along With Your Wedding Ensemble:

Generally, glass bangles are used if you want to add a subtle element while at the same time adding to the colour of the entire ensemble. A simple bangle ups you’re bridal look much more effectively than you may think. It is generally to go for bright colours if your outfit is in muted hues and vice versa. 


Of all the colours that these bangles seem to be available in, bottle green appears to be the most popular. This follows the general trend of contrasting adorning green jewellery with red, orange and other similar toned lehengas. Use bottle green bangles bordered by golden ones to achieve maximum effect. You can intersperse golden bangles along with glass ones to make it look grander. 


Simple glass bangles aren’t the only option out there. If you are looking for a slightly more elaborate model, you can go for a crystal or mirror worked glass bangles. You can go for this, especially if you are opting for a diamond or pearl jewellery. 

If your outfit is of an unusual shade and you are finding it difficult to find jewellery of the same hue, more often than not you will be able to get glass bangles in the precise colour. For example, check out these lovely olive green colour bangles. If you have a monochrome outfit, go for bangles with contrasting colours. If your dress is in an off-white or golden shade, then you can use multicoloured bangles. 

As A Decorative Element:

Increasingly now, bangles have become a favourite of the decorators. They are dainty, elegant, colourful and can be strung together with surprising ease. 

The simplest way to use bangles is to string them together in a single strand. They can be alternated with morgas or mirrors. These can be used as the backdrop of your stage during the Mehndi or Sangeet function. They can also be used to create a makeshift curtain. 

They can also be hung from ceilings or used to adorn the existing features right from tress to pillars and can be even a part of your mandap. Not only simple designs, but glass bangles can also be used even to make colourful and vibrant chandeliers. Instead of the usual sashes which are tied around chairs, you can add a few bangles around the knot in order to give a pop of colour. You can stack them up, have a light inside and set them up as a centrepiece. 


Set Up A Bangle Booth:

These are probably the easiest and yet one of the best options for a return favour for a Mehndi or Haldi function. Just the presence of these colourful bangles in the corner makes the area look festive. Also, you can rest assured that your girls are going to be super happy with the gift and something that they are going to keep as a memory. It is better to mix them up with mehndi cones and other articles of jewellery. 




Marina Raja

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