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10 Trendy Kalire Designs To Get The Perfect Bridal Look

Kalira, also spelled as a kalire, is an umbrella-shaped accessory made in gold or silver. It is tied to the bangles, popularly known as the bride’s chooda. The wedding outfit of a Punjabi bride is incomplete without kalire. These loosely flowing kalire strands hold a lot of bridal charm. A bride adds importance to the kalire and it is so overwhelming.

Trending Phoolon Ki Chaadar Ideas For Ultimate Bridal Entry

The phoolon ki chaadar was intended to ward off evil eyes and keep the bride looking her very best on her wedding, surrounded by a bed of blowers. Though the idea may have changed, the feeling remains the same. The phoolon ki chaadar are becoming more creative and exotic. Find out some of our favorite choices.

All about Chooda and Kalira Ceremonies a bride needs to know!

From completely smashing the dance floor, endless sumptuous treats, long cocktail and beer sessions to memorable moments like the Sangeet ladies, Haldi, or Kalire ceremony, there’s no boring moment to see. All the rituals which are done in an Indian wedding hold some cultural or religious significance for the bride and groom.

New Ways To Wear Floral Jewellery For Every Bride-To-Be

Floral jewellery looks appealing and now is also available to match your outfit making the bride-to-be look “awwdorable”. From tiaras to anklets, here are some new ways to wear floral jewellery for every bride-to-be.

Kaliras Made of Real Flowers

Brides Are Turning Towards Kaliras Made of Real Flowers For Their Weddings

A Kalira, also known as Kalire, is a traditional piece of ornament that is tied to the Chooda (set of bangles) worn by the bride on her wedding day. Chooda is a set of white and red bangles worn by the bride, which is known to be the evident mark of a new bride and … read more

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