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There are so many things you have to take care of when tying the knot but with the new condition of getting to have only an intimate wedding, one has to focus twice more than usual. One of the things which do need you to fret on is getting your hands on your wedding jewellery. It’s not like you can step out and be done in two-three visits like earlier. That’s why we suggest that there is no better time than this one to don your mum's or your grandma’s heritage jewellery on one of the most important days of your life. You will look like royalty and by doing this, you’re gonna make the ladies of your family super happy. 

Take inspo from these real brides who pulled off their maternal side’s jewellery on their wedding day and looked beautiful beyond words! 

Brides In Their Mum & Grandma’s Jewellery On Their Wedding Day

Passa That Has Been Passed From Generations

The passa that this bride has worn on her wedding day has been passed on from generations and every woman in her family has worn it on their wedding day. Isn’t that such a beautiful family tradition?

Prettiest Choker We Spotted On This Bride Who Also Wore Her Mom's Saree

One of the first lockdown weddings to take place in India, this bride wore the prettiest choker set on her wedding day. With the gold silk saree that she’s wearing, the necklace looks like a perfect match. Oh, we’re crushing so hard on this choker! 

Bride Wore Wore Her Nani's Choker Is The Sweetest Thing You Will See Today...

Another bride to have a lockdown wedding AND wear her Nani's choker is this one. The couple got engaged just a few days before the lockdown and while the lockdown was going on, they decided to tie the knot. That’s when the bride decided to wear her mother’s saree and her Nani's gold choker. Well, isn’t that just wonderful!?

A Perfect Bridal Nath From A Perfect Grandmother!

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The beautiful Nath that you see on this bride’s face was given to her by her grandmother to wear it on one of the happiest days of her life. It’s so pretty that we can’t take our eyes off it. What about you? 

Regal Mum's Necklace For The Royal Bride

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This bride has worn her mum’s necklace on her wedding day. It’s got all the right elements and is practically screaming regal!! Don’t you think so?

Maangtikka Given By Her Maternal Side Is Simply STUNNING! 

Don’t you just love the maangtikka on this bride? Well, it’s from her maternal side and what could be better than to wear it at her intimate wedding which took place during the lockdown! 

Heirloom Rani Haar That We Are Crushing Over!

The rani haar that this bride has worn on her wedding day is an heirloom that has been in her family for decades. This haar is stunning and is working like magic for this bride. 

Take Your Family's Silver Jewellery Forward

This bride has done something different by wearing her family’s silver jewellery. It’s making her look drop-dead-gorgeous and exquisite, both at the same time! 

Old Is Gold! Grandmother's Haar Gifted To The Bride

Another bride who wore haar that was her grandmothers is this one. We love how beautiful that haar looks with the gold choker and red silk saree. It’s making the bride look so elegant and beautiful. 

Our Favourite Pearl Necklace That Is Going On From Ages!

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Brides, I just can’t move my eyes from the pearl neckpiece that this bride has worn on her wedding day. It’s stupendous and is looking wonderful with that red lehenga. The bride looks so natural and fuss-free cos her jewellery is simple, charming, and is definitely not super heavy. 

Mom's Passa Done Right? Yes!

We spotted another real bride who wore her mom’s passa on her big day. The red coloured passa is working so well with the jewellery that she’s wearing. Doesn’t she truly look like a vision? 


So are you also considering your mum or grandma’s jewellery for your intimate wedding? Cos we’d definitely love to see you wear it!

Real Brides Who Wore Their Mum's & Grandma's Jewellery On Their Wedding Day!

by Shweghna Gursahaney

Real Brides Who Wore Their Mum's & Grandma's Jewellery On Their Wedding Day!