Unique & Trendy Bridal Necklace Designs – Wedamor

The bridal jewellery selection is a time-consuming and elaborate task. There are multiple choices to make right from your Maatha Patti to payal, and they have to go with each other and also with your outfit. One such important element of your jewellery is the necklace. This is often the one piece that attracts a lot of attention and is at the centre of your look. And, by virtue of the same, a lot of care has to be given to its selection. We are aware that there are a gazillion designs and trends out there and that is why we have collated for you here all the fashionable models. 

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Rani Haar

True to its name, a rani haar makes you look like a queen and immediately elevates your look. Its design can vary from various styles from a multi-stranded one to something with elaborate pendants. You can style them with a choker or collar necklace and a rani haar goes beautifully with both sarees and lehengas. 

The best way to style a rani haar is along with a choker. These are the only two pieces of neck jewellery you will need. Also, both of them can be flaunted to maximum effect without one covering up the other. 


If you feel that a choker fits too tightly around your neck, then you can opt for a collar necklace. They circle the neck from the collar area and hence maybe, a better option for you. 


Satlada Haar

The Satlada is a beautiful piece of vintage jewellery that was brought back to vogue by Aishwarya Rai (in Jodha Akbar) and Sabyasachi. The Satlada is essentially a seven-layered pearl necklace which is usually embedded with polki diamonds, rubies and emeralds. The bigger pearls are placed at the centre, and they decrease in size as you move away from the centre.



If you want something simpler, then you can go for the Panch Lada (five-stringed one) or even a three-stringed one. 

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Bridal Choker

Choker necklaces are all the rage nowadays with designers coming with elaborate, ultra-modern designs every season. Chokers can be worn for any of the wedding-related events, that is how versatile it is. It has become an essential part of every modern bride’s trousseau. You can go for a short edgy model or something more ornate, depending on your taste.


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Polki Necklaces

Polki is basically raw diamond which hasn’t gone through any enhancement, and this natural beauty is what the polki charm is all about. It is incredibly versatile, and you can design all sorts of jewellery with polki and adds a lot of glamour to any bridal look. 

This gold collar necklace embedded with rubies and polis along with hanging south sea pearls looks beautiful. The bride has further elevated her look by pairing it up with a matching set of earrings. 


Polki necklaces are also available in several unusual shades and pastel colours. 


Temple Jewellery

South India brides generally favour temple jewellery as it looks gorgeous with Kanjivaram sarees. But now temple jewellery is available in a wide array of designs and brides are wearing them along with lehengas too. Temple jewellery gives brides the chance to combine traditional patterns with contemporary designs. 



Kundan necklaces

Kundan jewellery looks best with gold and pearls and goes along better with lehengas rather than sarees. This multi-stranded Kundan necklace with matching earrings and nose ring makes the bride look like a princess. 


Aren’t you in love with all the beautiful designs and the styling patterns? Let us know your favourites in the comments.