Celebrities and artists like Anuska Sharma, Deepika Padukone, Sonam Kapoor and the likes have heavily embraced and rocked unusual and attractive jhumka designs and styles on their own weddings. Perhaps, jhumkas are so versatile that they look breathtaking for any type of occasion and can be easily paired with ethnic, western or Indo-western styles. There are some timeless pairs of jhumkas that will enhance the beauty of each type of a bride and that’s what you’ll find here today. So, get to the reading and find your new favorites and inspirations to wear jhumkas on your own wedding day.
Temple Jewellery Jhumkas
The basic design of these jhumkas are inspired by the traditional design of Temple Jewellery jhumkas. The design can be or not be in gold. The more modern version of this one comes in a coloured design that is embellished and spruced up with different gemstones like rubies, sapphires, emeralds, etc.
The Mughal era is known for its beautiful handcrafted baubles. All designs and styles of Mughal jewellery are very majestic. Mughal inspired jhumka designs have embedded stones in Jadau, Polki and Diamonds. These look vintage and if that’s what’s your persona like, get inspired to wear Mughal jhumkas on your wedding.
Chhatri Jhumkas with Polki and Pearls
A bride can expect to be transformed into an ethereal looking bride when she’ll wear chhatri style jhumkas that have Polki embellishments over them with tiny pearls hanging at the bottom.
Chunky Gold Jhumkis with Rhinestones
A modern mix of traditional metal, gold, and a more urban taste of stones, Rhinestones, together look breathtaking. These can also be hoop styled with a jhumka design at the bottom.
Long Beaded Pearl Jhumkas with Turquoise Stones
Maximum gorgeousness! That’s what this combo feels and looks like. The bright hue of the pearls and the blue blaze of the Turquoise stones can easily light up the heavenly face of any bride. Also, the length of this type of jhumkas helps in elongating the neck to make it look slender.
Chandbali Jhumkas with Rubies and Uncut Diamonds
The duo of chandbali design and jhumka style is a classic combination for any bride. You’re guaranteed to look like a royalty. Kareena Kapoor is often seen wearing this style of jhumkas that adds to her royal aura.
Green enamelled ear cuff jhumkas in diamonds are to die for! This is another elegant and royal looking style of jhumkas for the brides who wish to garner all the attention and compliments from people around on her wedding day. Peacock motifs and filigree designs in these are quite stunning to look at. Sometimes these come with pearl beaded strings attached with hooks at the ends that can be used to fix them into the hair. Even colourful stones are often used to decorate the cuffs to give the jhumkas a very heavy and vibrant look.