Without a doubt, an Indian wedding is a splendorous showcase of undiluted glamour and glitz. Paying a tribute to this mega event, Swarovski has launched a special bespoke collection of bridal jewellery & accessories.Keeping in mind the new trend of theme weddings, Swarovski’s range can be crafted to sync with weddings inspired by royal Indian palaces or the streets of Venice.
Here’s giving you a peak on a range made of the pristine Swarovski crystals crafted in Austria.
Like Lotus in a Pond is inspired by the serenity of a Lotus, this theme is perfect for a summer wedding. The traditional Padma maang tika and kamar bandh are handcrafted, the beaten metal look in gold combined with coral pearls and luminous tones of crystal. Mughal Garden, true to its name is about the grandeur of the Royal palaces to the enchanting royal costumes and the captivating jewellery, such as the anklet set and brooch, which are studded with prominent tones of Emerald and crystal Paradise Shine colour. Vintage Elegance offers a choice of an option of maang-tika, kalgi and brooch inspired from the Nizams of Hyderabad, made of subtle tones of crystals in Peridot and pearls.
Gems of Jaipur – Soaked in the essence of traditional Indian jewel colours, the washed out and vintage look of the Amber Maang Tika, hand belt and brooch with the Crystal Patina effect combined together with rich green and ruby tones make it classic as well as contemporary. For the love of handcrafts is an elegant line using the Indian embroidery, arts, crafts and jewellery techniques inspired by the ancient Kundan work, Kalgi’s and brooch. A Classic affair is about classic shapes for Kalgis and Brooches too.
Speaking about introducing the collection, Vivek Ramabhadran, Managing Director, Swarovski Professional, India, says, “The brand has achieved an iconic status in the country with its magical, theatrical and glamorous offerings that resonate with the Indian love for sparkles—especially when it comes to weddings. The use of Swarovski crystals in weddings is a completely bespoke offering that can range from jewellery to quirky fashionable giveaways and specially-crafted gifts to décor settings. The tremendous response from customers reflects a natural affinity, passion and growing demand for bespoke experience during weddings. Swarovski aims to fuel this segment by taking the opportunity to meet the fast growing demand for sparkling customised elements in weddings.”
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