Look refreshing in ‘gota’ on your mehndi day



May 18 2016     By Asha Parvathy


Mehndi and sangeet ceremonies are a regular part of the Indian weddings. They are also equally important like the main wedding functions.

 

So the bride also needs to take care of her attire and jewellery for these functions too. But unlike the wedding day, you don't have to wear gold or jewellery made of precious stones on these occasions.

 

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You can actually play with colours and can add floral jewellery to your trousseau.

 

You can even use floral garlands to adorn your neck, or use the gota jewellery which trending among the brides. Though gota jewellery is traditionally made in Pakistan, it has slowly become popular among the Indian brides.

 

Gota jewellery is made out of materials that resemble gold and silver, and floral patterns are a staple feature. They are unique in styles and cuts and artistic creativity.

 

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You can wear beautiful silver or gold gota jewellery for your mehndi function. Anything from matta patti, tikka, cocktail rings, bangles, jhummar to any jewellery made in gold or silver is available in gota.

 

Gota jewellery enhances the beauty of the blushing bride. The beautiful floral design gota jewellery is also available in a variety of attractive colours and sizes. Colourful silk ribbons are used to create the floral motifs in gota jewellery. So you can match the jewellery with your dress.

 

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In olden times brides used to wear ornaments made of real flowers, but now gota has replaced the flowers. Gota jewellery is more reliable for the mehndi function because they are more durable compared to the floral ornaments.

 

Some jewellery makers even provide bridal jutti along with the gota collection. The juttis are also decorated in gota ornament style.

 



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